Comparison between Pilates Yoga Zumba and Weight Lifting Name Institution Comparison between Pilates Yoga Zumba and Weight Lifting The history of Pilates originates from the work of Joseph H. Pilates who worked in an English hospital as a Doctor. From the observation of the injured soldiers admitted in the hospital Joseph came up with the idea of making a machine the old beds and springs with the objective of helping the wounded soldiers to rehabilitate and regain their strength. He extended the method to New York and since then Pilates became a popular method practiced all over the world. The technic operates by combining the breathing approach with other body stretches. According to Bernardo (2007) the Philosophy of the Pilates is on improving the body’s primary core by making the body stronger and flexible. The process operates under eight principles which are philosophically constructed. For instance they focus on in orthopedic rehabilitation.” Techniques in Orthopaedics Volume 18 Issue 1 Buchanan C. Kadlec A. Hoch A. Gutterman D. & Durand M. (2017). “Hypertension during Weight Lifting Reduces Flow-Mediated Dilation in Nonathletes.” Medicine and science in sports and exercise Volume 49 Issue 4 Kuntz A. Karampatos S. Brenneman E. Chopp-Hurley J. Wiebenga E. Adachi J. & Maly M. (2016). “Can a biomechanically-designed yoga exercise program yield superior clinical improvements than traditional exercise in women with knee osteoarthritis?” Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Volume 24. Luettgen M. Foster C. Doberstein S. Mikat R. & Porcari J. (2012). “ZUMBA®: Is the “fitness-party” a good workout.” Journal of sports science & medicine volume 11 Issue 2. Yang J. Chen Y. Lia Y. Huang C. Tsai Y. Chen H. & Lo C. F. (2015). “To investigate the effects of yoga exercise with physical therapy on balance in subjects with subacute and chronic stroke.” Physiotherapy Volume 101 [...]
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