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The benefits of morning Pilates classes

What’s better than starting your day off with one of the refreshing and invigorating classes at our South Bay Pilates studio? Working out in the morning is an excellent way to start out your day. Not only will it boost your energy and get you going, but there are a slew of other benefits that will help your health, fitness and overall well-being. Whether you opt for mat classes or reformer workouts, you’re going to reap some significant benefits that may just turn you into an early bird.

Here are 5 great reasons to start your day with Pilates classes!

  1. Our morning Manhattan Beach Pilates classes are an ideal way to rev your metabolism for the entire day, allowing for additional calorie burn that can last for many hours after your workout.

  2. Research shows that morning exercise diminishes your appetite due to the endorphins released, and significantly increases mental acuity for up to 10 hours after your workout. Pilates in the morning is the perfect way to harness your brainpower for the day and stave off cravings!

  3. Exercising first thing in the morning is the best way to ensure that you’ll get the workout in no matter what comes up that day, and it also frees you up to say yes to dinner plans or doing something impromptu after work.

  4. Exercising in the morning jump starts your metabolism for the day, and keeps it elevated for hours. So you’ll ultimately burn more calories all day long.

  5. Exercise helps deliver oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, organs and tissues, which makes your cardiovascular system work more efficiently, and ultimately boosts energy. So taking Pilates classes in the morning will elevate both your mood and energy levels for hours, leaving your better equipped to handle the challenges that come your way all day long.

We’ve got some great classes scheduled in the morning at our South Bay Pilates studio. Click here to check them out and register online.

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