Skip to main content

#TuesdayTidbit Pilates Or Yoga

As you know, I've been working on strengthening my core since I'm finding that my weak core is what has contributed to this hamstring injury. So today's #TuesdayTidbit is about Pilates and Yoga.

Part of my future workouts will include both Yoga and Pilates. And I thought that this
info-graphic was a great comparison of the two. 

Pilates or Yoga: Which Practice is for You?

What about you? Do you plan to be doing any Pilates or Yoga in the near future? 

Share this on Facebook?

I'm A Top Health & Fitness Blogger @ Top Mommy Blogs - Please Click To Give Me A VoteLittle blog - Big internet - that's me. If you like my blog, or this post, please take a moment to share it with friends. 


  1. This is tough, I love them both. I love the relaxing nature of yoga classes. But I ruptured a hamstring in one. I incorporate Pilates moves into my everyday stretching. They're both beneficial for sure.

    1. You are the 2nd person that I've heard of that's ruptured a hamstring during yoga! With my hamstring injury, I'm definitely planning on taking it easy when I do the poses. Did you hold the pose too long or stretch too far?

  2. I used to go to a Pilates class but that was over a year ago and my core could use a little help these days, thanks for the tips.

  3. I am doing both alternately at home. I love the beneficial results after the performance.

  4. Upon entering the gym it is imperative to have a clear cut routine plan of action for following online yoga workout. You should know exactly what exercises you will perform that day.


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Self Care Is Not Selfish It's Necessary

It's not selfish to take care of yourself. It's not selfish to take care of yourself. It's not selfish to take care of yourself. And I'll say it just one more time in case you didn't hear me. It's not selfish to take care of yourself. I have found through experience that when I'm not taking care of myself, not only do I suffer but my family suffers. So ditch the mom guilt and take the time that you need! I have a tendency to keep pushing my needs aside until I reach a breaking point. We've had a very busy fun summer so far. However, I've struggled to get some quality ' me ' time to decompress. I'll spare you the meltdown that ensued. But the reality check that followed prompted me to take action.

Running My Life

Wow, has it really been 2 years since my last post? I suppose that I allowed life to get in the way. For any faithful blog readers, I apologize. Although, I'm not sure how many people actually read blogs anymore. I think most people use other social media platforms.  (By the way, drop by and say hi on Insta. )  But for some reason, each year when I pay for my google domain, I can't seem to let it go. As silly as it sounds, this little space is mine. And lately I've been struggling with ownership and acceptance. And my domain renewal was a not so gentle reminder that I have a voice .  Seriously, you'd think by 48 that I'd have this figured out - nope - apparently not. However, I am wise enough to know that we have a choice to allow situations to harms us or make us stronger. I'm choosing to let this mid-life quandary make me stronger. And because of this, I'm setting goals, taking charge, and reexamining priorities.  Movin' on... 

When The Planner In You Must Be Flexible

In case you haven’t figured this out by now, I’m a planner. I know - shocker right?!? :) So although I love substitute teaching, it’s making the planner in me anxious. And it’s been reeking havoc on my workouts. Basically the morning of or maybe the night before, I find out if I’m working. So my day ( that I thought I had planned ) can be turned upside down in an instant. But, truthfully, isn’t that really the same with everyone?