Men's Pilates Classes Henderson NV

Local resource for men's Pilates classes in Henderson. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to Pilates training tips for men, like choosing Pilates instructor, Pilates class preparation, Pilates equipment, Pilates accessories as well as advice and content on functional fitness and healthy movement principles.

Pilates Plus
(702) 564-5642
72 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy # 125
Henderson, NV
 
Henderson Snap Fitness
(702) 202-1300
1550 N. Green Valley Parkway
Henderson, NV
Programs & Services
Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Personal Training, Pilates, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Towel Service, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Absolute Pilates
(702) 914-9944
2225 Village Walk Dr # 171
Henderson, NV
 
Las Vegas Snap Fitness
(702) 254-7627
9325 S. Cimarron, Mountains Edge (Cimarron & Blue Diamond)
Las Vegas, NV
Programs & Services
Circuit Training, Elliptical Trainers, Free Weights, Personal Training, Pilates, Stair Climber, Stationary Bikes, Towel Service, Treadmill, Weight Machines

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Bodies By Pilates
(702) 228-2005
2790 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy #120
Henderson, NV
 
Body In Mind Pilates Studio
(702) 531-2639
8925 S Pecos Rd # 13a
Henderson, NV
 
Art Of Pilates
(702) 436-9004
6346 S Pecos Rd # 2
Las Vegas, NV
 
Bodies By Pilates
(702) 228-2005
2790 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy #120
Henderson, NV
 
Mark Lani
(801) 833-9573
Las Vegas, NV
Specialty
Strength Building, Weight Loss, Yoga, Pilates, Body Sculpting
Schedule Type
CAPT Certified Advanced Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist, Certified Weight Management Specialist (NESTA) (ISSA) (IFPA) also hold Certifications in Yoga, Pilates, Core Stability, Online Training, Phone Coaching.
Education
12 years experience working with adults, specializing in strength building and weight loss.I have taken numerous courses including:Exercise Physiology, Sports Nutrition, Weight Management, Weight training techniques, Core Stability training, Biomechanics - the way the body moves naturally, I incorporate Yoga, Pilates, resistance band training, strength training, core stability, and aerobics into my ever changing programs. My goal is to change up your workout so much that you continue to see res
General Information
38 years old (trains both men and women)

Pilates Plus
(702) 564-5642
72 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy # 125
Henderson, NV
 
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5 Ways to Hook Men on Pilates

Pilates for Men
By Julian Littleford

 

During my Pilates career of 33 years I have seen a significant increase in the amount of men practicing Pilates. At my Pilates studio, there is a 65/35 ratio of women to men. That’s pretty good, I feel, considering the majority of my male Pilates clients are not dancers. Movement-based exercise programs such as this can sometimes seem to be too challenging and somewhat overwhelming, but my male Pilates clients include a wide spectrum of performers, professional athletes, weekend warriors, coach potatoes, husbands, doctors, senior citizens and pre- and post-surgery patients. They come for a variety of reasons. Sometimes their wives send them, others are fed up with the gym approach, some come as personal referrals from clients, doctors and physical therapists. It doesn’t matter how they come, they come!

Once a man walks into your Pilates studio, the hard work and your very best intuitive work begin, because you have to “hook” him on Pilates. You have to open his eyes to the depth and importance of the work and allow him to experience everything it can do. AND you have to allow him to experience it with ego intact, to turn the skepticism to advocacy and to help him feel new physical sensations and feel like he got a great workout.

Depending on their physical needs, I tend to work men fairly hard, always making corrections where needed but acknowledging good work throughout the session. Here are some more of my tips for hooking men on Pilates:

1. Schedule men with other men.
Men usually have a very cautious and curious response when seeing the equipment and exercises for the first time. With this in mind, I try to bring a new male client in when there is at least one other man in the studio going through a session. This really helps deter any resistance a man may be feeling towards the work. I find that most of my male clients come at specific times; before work, early afternoon and nights. The energy at those times in the studio is very different to when it is mostly women in the studio.

2. Let him do it his way, first.
Sometimes they want to use more resistance than usual (they want to feel like they are working harder); sometimes there is a bit of competition in the air. When these things arise I simply go with it and allow them to experience the work as they need. Normally at this point all correct form seems to exit the studio and the grunting starts, just like at the gym. When they have finished and look towards me for approval, I then ask them to try it this way (light resistance, correct form and attention to the breath). By this time in their practice of Pilates, I now have their attention and they are beginning to see how difficult this can be and how deeply it works. This is the way I sometimes work when trying to convince a male client who comes from the strict gym approach that there is another way of working and the results can be the same, but without t...

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