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Pilates: Khái Niệm – Lợi Ích – 9 Bài Tập Pilates Cơ Bản – Dụng Cụ Pilates Cần Có

Pilates là gì? Chắc chắn nhiều bạn đang thắc mắc và tò mò vì thấy rất nhiều người đang theo tập? Và hiển nhiên khi hỏi người đang tập Pilates thì bạn nhận được vô số các “lời đồn” cực hấp dẫn: Lợi ích của Pilates không chỉ cho người khỏe mà còn giảm cân? Tăng sức mạnh toàn cơ thể? Tạo hình dáng cực đẹp?…. Bạn rất tò mò về điều đó….?

Đối với người Việt thì Pilates đúng là một bộ môn khá mới. Mặc dù về quá trình du nhập và lịch sử tồn tại của Pilates không còn gì là mới mẻ(Bạn có thể tham khảo cụ thể lịch sử hình thành và phát triển của bộ môn Pilates tại đây). Và đúng như “lời đồn” thì trên thực tế có rất nhiều các lợi ích bất ngờ khi bạn luyện tập Pilates một cách chuẩn, đúng kỹ thuật, chuyên cần.



Với bài viết tổng hợp toàn bộ thông tin về bộ môn Pilates này bạn sẽ hiểu được các nội dung cụ thể sau:

Pilates là gì – Khái niệm, định nghĩa
Tác dụng, lợi ích thực sự của pilates
Nên tập pilates ở đâu và bao lâu
Hiểu được 2 dạng bài tập pilates
Các bài tập pilates cho người mới bắt đầu
Các dụng cụ cơ bản nhất bạn cần có khi tự luyện tập Pilates tại nhà





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