- After Joseph Pilates (1880-1967), German-born American physical fitness instructor who developed the system. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“If Pilates is more your speed, then you'll probably like this workout.”
“They jealously guard the name Pilates and are allied with Sean Gallagher, director of the Pilates Studio, a training center on Broadway between 73rd and 74th streets.”
“Mr. Gallagher bought the rights to the name Pilates for $18,000 in 1992, and he has threatened to sue just about anyone else who uses the Pilates moniker.”
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“By the time I was done with cardio I felt okay about only doing forty minutes because I’d run for over an hour that morning and moved to the mats on the floor to begin the glorified sit-ups they call Pilates, I noticed my brother still standing in the corner.”
“The body conditioning class was different -- it was based on something called Pilates, and I could see it would help me understand my own body and deal with my physical weaknesses and injuries.”
“It's called Pilates [Puh-LAH-tees], and it's the perfect exercise for women of our time: It has spiritual overtones, it makes you drop a clothing size, it promises a better orgasm, and men will never really get it.”
“The club offers classes in aerobics, yoga and over 40 different workout courses, including Pilates, which is currently a hit in Hollywood.”
“Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates, which is the best option for someone that's young but out of shape? en Español”
“Instead, he took to what's called a Pilates reformer - a machine of springs and sliding platforms that looks like a medieval torture device.”
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