Class 609: Foam Roller Workout

40 min
What You'll Need:
Mat, Foam Roller
Cecile Bankston is back with another foam roller class. This class is definitely a challenge for your coordination, and proprioception, and a good workout for your abs, obliques and legs! Cecile puts some of the exercises that are typically done on the equipment on to the roller. These exercises include Stomach Massage, The Hundred, Coordination, and the Monkey. Also included are some favorites from the Kathy Corey Pilates repertiore such as the Leg Walk series. The roller is used in unexpected ways, so get ready to have fun. Enjoy!
Jan 28, 2012
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Brilliant, Cecile! On vacation, and missing being able to do studio sessions, have just done this in my hotel room! Hope you'll be teaching more classes on PA, love your reformer & cadillac workouts. Thank you!
3 years ago

of course I love it! Thanks again Cecile!
3 years ago

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Fantastic!! Roller is one of my fav places to be.. what a wonderful class this was. A new spin on some fam moves. Thanks Cecile!
3 years ago

3 years ago

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I love this one too. It takes a few times to get the hang of some of the moves but once you do, it's fun and a great workout.
3 years ago

Beautiful beautiful class!
3 years ago

Super creative and fun workout! Thank you Cecile!
3 years ago

Bring on Monday, Clients going to love this! Thank you!
3 years ago

Excelente clase y cuántas variaciones. Muy amena y divertida.
3 years ago

This was so great!! Thanks!

3 years ago

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