9 Best Pilates Exercises to Improve Your Balance

One Hundred Exercise:

Lie on your back, legs raised, and pump your arms up and down for 100 counts, engaging your core and coordinating movement with your breath.

Bicycle Crunch:

Lie on your back, hands behind your head, and alternate bringing one knee towards your chest while extending the other leg, twisting your body to touch the opposite elbow to knee.

Rotating Planks:

Start in a side plank position and rotate your torso, threading your top arm underneath your body, targeting oblique muscles.

Toe Taps:

With legs in tabletop position, lower one foot towards the floor while keeping the other knee bent, engaging core muscles.

Single Leg Stretch:

Lying on your back, raise your head and shoulders, and alternate extending one leg at a time towards your chest while keeping core engaged.

Hip Dips:

From a side plank position, dip your hips towards the ground, engaging oblique muscles.

Dead Bugs:

Lie on your back, lift arms and legs, and alternate extending opposite arm and leg while keeping core stable and engaged.

Scissor Kicks:

Lying on your back, alternate lowering one leg towards the ground while raising the other, engaging core and leg muscles.

Mountain Climbers:

From a plank position, alternate bringing knees towards your chest in a running motion, keeping core engaged and movements controlled.