New York, NY (PRWEB) February 13, 2006
Amid the popularization of Pilates by celebrities, demand has grown for a complete workout that aids weight loss through cardiovascular exercise. Like Pilates, Cardiolates® strengthens core abdominal and lower back muscles, improving flexibility, posture, and coordination, without putting undue strain on joints or tendons. However, Cardiolates® also promotes cardiovascular health and weight loss and increases bone density by incorporating a "rebounder," a more durable version of a mini-trampoline.
"As with all exercise regimens, Cardiolates® requires focus and dedication, but it is also a lot of fun," explained Katherine Corp. "If exercise becomes a chore, people don't tend to stick with the program, so we developed Cardiolates® with both health and enjoyment in mind."
Additionally, Cardiolates® has shown itself to be effective in cancer rehabilitation. Benefits include improved range of motion, better posture, flexibility, and alleviation of lymphedema, a common post-surgical condition for breast cancer survivors. The Corp sisters are also program managers for the non-profit organization, Pink Ribbon Program, Inc., which seeks to aid breast cancer recovery through rehabilitative exercises.
About Katherine and Kimberly Corp:
Katherine and Kimberly Corp started the New York Pilates Studio, Pilates on Fifth, in August of 2000. Combined, the two have certified over 300 fitness professionals worldwide.
To enroll in Cardiolates® classes, visit http://www.PilatesOnFifth.com or phone (212) 687-8885. Evening and morning classes are available seven days a week, and cost $18.50 per class.