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The Pilates Cadillac is a piece of equipment that most closely represents that of a bed with a frame. It takes our classic Mat and adds the springs for support and challenge. The trapeze table was developed in the mid 50’s or early 60’s. Joseph Pilates, the creator of the Pilates method, made all of his creations in the basement of his building.

When he brought it up into the studio, one client saw the table and said “Hey Joe, is that your new Cadillac?” and the name stuck. It is suggested that the trapeze was inspired by his father’s days as an amateur gymnast or his original gymnastic clientele. Exercises on the Cadillac help to develop gorgeous lean muscles and improve blood flow and circulation.

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The Pilates reformer is a traditional piece of Pilates equipment which looks like a modified bed. It incorporates springs, a sliding carriage, ropes and pulleys. The origins of the Pilates reformer date back to the original Pilates studio in New York in the 1920’s and it was designed by Joseph Pilates himself.

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Resembling a backless chair, the Wunda Chair consists of a wooden
base topped with a padded seat, that doubles as the world’s smallest
exercise Mat. Beneath the seat, there’s a pedal that goes up and down,
attached to springs on either side offering strong, medium, or low
resistance. Wunda Chair exercises are performed sitting upright on
the padded surface as well as standing atop, behind, or in front of the
chair, with hands or feet in contact with the pedal. The Wunda Chair is
a challenge because, in all of the repertoire, there is only a small part of
the body that is connected to the Chair.

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The large (Ladder Barrel or High Barrel) and small (Spine Corrector)
barrels are the two pieces of Pilates equipment that don’t use
springs. This equipment combines ladder rungs with a barrel surface for stretching, strengthening and flexibility exercises. The barrel connects to the ladder by a sliding base that adjusts to accommodate different torso sizes and leg lengths. Using the Barrel is less intimidating for a Pilates beginner because there are fewer moving parts, no springs and clips, no ropes and eye bolts to worry about. What you see is what you get, in a sense.

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