J.H. Pilates initially built his technique on the basis of the male body. In addition to ensuring strength, flexibility and the involvement of all the postural muscles, training with the Pilates method is excellent for increasing muscle tone in general and for strengthening the abdominal wall, the part of the male body that needs most attention.
Hypopressive techniques lead to an important reduction in the waist and foster reaching the ideal BMI (Body Mass Index).
The techniques are effective in preventing the onset and evolution of disc, umbilical and inguinal hernias, and in resolving the pains associated with them, pains that often afflict men thanks to incorrect posture taken in the professional field.
They improve the sexual function, increasing blood flow and sensitivity in the genital area.
The practice of the Gyrotonic Expansion System®, increasing coordination, muscle elasticity and joint mobility, prepares the body physically for sports that specifically involve rotating movements, such as tennis and golf.
Individual or small group lessons.