30 min Pilates Glute Workout | Pilates for Beginners



Set your glutes on FIRE with this 30 mins Pilates Glutes Workout for Beginners. Strong glutes are important for proper pelvic alignment to support a good posture which in turn eliminates back pain / knee pain, good balance and helps our gait. Ready to lift, kick, and pulse your way to stronger legs and glutes? Make sure you are kind to your glutes today and keep your legs moving. Try to go for a short walk today.

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21 Comments

  1. Thank you, Mira, for these effective and educational workouts! Your sweet and caring personality makes it easy to follow along. I've added your videos to my routine for a little over a month now, and can definitely feel and see the results. Pilates has definitely given me the extra challenge my body was needing! Thank you again, and have a blessed day! 😊

  2. I didn't have much time, so picked this for the length, and boy, it packed a punch: so burn-y in the glutes and back of the legs. I love seeing Bowkie: he is so funny! The 'lower and lift' move was my fav: hit the glutes intensely. The cue of 'dipping your foot in a hot pot of soup; 'Ow, it's hot!' was great: it added an extra little spring to my lift. Thank you!

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