Bikini Body Pilates – 27 Minute Abs, Butt and Thighs Pilates Workout by FitnessBlender.com

Bikini Body Pilates - 27 Minute Abs, Butt and Thighs Pilates Workout by FitnessBlender.com

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25 thoughts on “Bikini Body Pilates – 27 Minute Abs, Butt and Thighs Pilates Workout by FitnessBlender.com”

  1. Hi guys, any time i’m in that breaststroke position, my pelvic bone hurts.
    What am i doing wrong? Thanks <3 

  2. Hi everyone! After 2 weeks doing this Workout i have very good resultats ,
    i lost 6 lb. and i’m very happy.. i’m recommended to everyone! :)

  3. Surendra Shrestha

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  4. I love the calorie count. It makes me feel like this is actually working
    for me and it gives you a good idea at how much you’re burning. :)

  5. Ingrid Williams

    Just want to add my overwhelming thanks to FitnessBlender for such great,
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  6. Bikini Body Pilates – 27 Minute Abs, Butt and Thighs Pilates Workout by
    FitnessBlender.com another my fav to do

  7. pasxalitsa pasxalidou

    i have been doing this for almost two weeks now and i’ve already seen
    improvement in my body!!!keep going with those great videos guys!!!!!thank
    you so much!!!!! 

  8. To all those who say their hips clunk during leg cycles, this is probably
    because you have hyperflexibility which means your joints are more lax than
    others and so your bones move slightly more causing a clunking. Pilates
    will probably help with this in time because working on your muscles will
    stabilise those clunky joints!

  9. hi guys, at the end of your vids that doesn’t include a cool down stretch
    exercise, can you recommend one from your list, so example for this one I
    expect a cool down stretch for the lower body might be appropriate? Have a
    good one, thanks.

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