Pilates with DLG 28 – Weighted Arms & New Glute Moves

Grab a light pair of dumbbells for this workout. We start with a standing warm up and jump right into a weighted arm series. The rest of class focuses on deep core strength in supine and sitting. The class ends…

Pilates with DLG 28 - Weighted Arms & New Glute Moves

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Grab a light pair of dumbbells for this workout. We start with a standing warm up and jump right into a weighted arm series. The rest of class focuses on deep core strength in supine and sitting. The class ends with a challenging new glute series. You can find the playlist on Spotify under, “Pilates with DLG 12.15”. See you on the mat!

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