(MOBILE, Ala.) - Pilates is something anyone can do.
It's a low intensity workout, but Cindy Ross says it's very hard to do.
"When we first brought on pilates to the studio, I couldn't even walk for a week and a half, just from doing calf stretches."
Quite an endorsement, coming from Bodies by Cindy Owner Cindy Ross.
Start with the neck roll, a very important warm up, so you don't strain your neck.
Next up, the roll up. Reach your arms over your head, put your chin to your chest and roll up nice and slow.
Then, roll back slowly. You now are ready for the "hundred", a staple of pilates. You pulse your arms a hundred times, thus, the name of the exercise.
Finally, single leg circles. Do eight forward, eight back and alternate legs.
Always remember to breathe in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Trainer Shelly Ferguson says that this is where you build your six-pack.
No matter how in shape you are, this is an exercise anyone can learn to do.