How to Do Mat Pilates Exercises : How to Do the Hundred Pilates Exercise
How to Do Mat Pilates Exercises : How to Do the Hundred Pilates Exercise

the name of the exercise is the “hundred”.
And to warm up we’re going to take a deep breath in, on the exhale curl your chin to
your chest, your nose to your navel; exhale. Now to execute this exercise, bring both knees
in, feet in table- top position, right over the hips. Take another deep breath. And exhale,
begin pumping the arms vigorously, inhaling for five and exhaling for five. Flattening
the belly down and into the mat with your exhale. Inhaling for five; reaching the arms
longer an exhale. Pull that belly in. Now lengthen the legs straight out to about forty-five
degrees. Lift them up, right straight up from the pelvis. Keep the pumping going, taking
a deep breath in. Exhale, and pull this in and down. Good job. Take another deep breath
and exhale and press. Now really wrap those thighs in together. And find your center line,
reaching out long through the legs. Keeping the vigorous pump going on with your arms.
Take a deep breath in. And exhale and pull that belly in. And then fold the knees into
your chest and relax for a second. We’re going to do one more set, Ok. And we’re just going
to go right into it. So feet in table top position, inhale, reach long, exhale, and
pull the belly in. Bring those shoulder tips down to the floor. It’s right there, great.
And pull the legs into the center line. And take another deep breath, pumping those arms.
Getting your circulation going. Really working those Abs And I’m holding on t the back of
her neck so that she can feel that she can relax her neck, so that she can keep her Abs
strong. One of the most common complaints about Pilates is the neck hurts, so I just
put my fingers right underneath her head. Take another deep breath and exhale. And you
did ten pumps, and now fold your knees in and release. Nice! That’ll give you a nice

13 thoughts on “How to Do Mat Pilates Exercises : How to Do the Hundred Pilates Exercise”

  1. Toni Sykes says:

    we need to lose weight we r fattt!!!!

  2. Rita Veres says:

    thats a lot harder than it looks.

  3. NICE MONSTER says:

    It LOOKS hard!

  4. Fernanda Bravo says:

    how long do you have to this for?

  5. Kosama says:

    Nice video

  6. HumanoidSparky says:

    Damn, I seriously need someone to hold my neck while doing these.

  7. Natasha Rodway says:

    Her feet are strange

  8. BeatsBySten says:


  9. Hieu Bui says:

    Yep. You are smart if you understand you need to eat right at your age to kill your belly.

    btw!but ye I saw an interview with body building champion where he talks about 7 odd foods he eats to keep his abs hard.

    worth watch here now

  10. mamiluisamia says:

    Thanks 4 the vid. And all the comments are fun to read 🙂

  11. Geo says:

    Honestly found the video a bit confusing as the woman sometimes did not do as she was instructed. Mixed signals. =/

  12. Devin Beverage says:

    For how long do you pump your arms for each set? I read somewhere it was a 5 count inhale and 5 count exhale, but this seems a little different. Do they mean inhale for 5 seconds and exhale for 5 seconds, then start over? Supposedly that's why it's called a 100. 100 seconds of arm pumps?

  13. SuperAttitudeera says:

    Connie should have climbed on top and straddled her student.

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