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If you've ever been to a Pilates class, you know just how well the reformer can work those hard-to-reach muscles that often get neglected. It's safe to say that you probably can't fit one of those contraptions in your living room, so Amy Jordan, founder of WundaBar Pilates with studios in NYC and California, is sharing some classic, but challenging moves you can do at home. (Haven't tried the practice yet? Here are 7 Thing You Didn't Know About Pilates.)

These three multi-plane exercises focus on lifting, toning, and sculpting your butt, and offer total-body strengthening at the same time. So if you ran out of classes at your local studio, or want to fit in some work at home between classes, grab a few tools and get ready to burn that booty. (Next up, try this 20-Minute Pilates Workout for Hardcore Abs.)


At home pilates workout for killer abs

Posted on March 2, 2016

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Got 20 minutes? Then you've got enough time to strengthen and elongate your body from the inside out. I don't believe in segmenting the body for workouts. Everything works as one beautiful cohesive machine; and in this sequence you'll learn how to power from your core to sculpt head-to-toe in every move at home! 


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Be prepared to work out wherever, whenever 

Keep a pair of shorts -- or the least bulky gym gear you own -- in your bag at all times, says Amy Jordan, founder of WundaBar Pilates. That also goes for socks, snacks like energy bars, and sneakers. Having gear on you every day will help motivate you to hit the gym, even if it’s just for a quick workout. "If I’ve got gear with me, there's no excuse not to get [my] sweat on, even if it's just for 20 minutes," Jordan says.


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Celebrity trainer Amy Jordan launched WundaBar in L.A. and NYC, creating what is now one of the buzziest Pilates-hybrid classes in the country. While classes are focused on the Pilates principles and biomechanics, the workout is much more high-energy then your regular reformer class.


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Be prepared to work out wherever, whenever

Keep a pair of shorts — or the least bulky gym gear you own — in your bag at all times, says Amy Jordan, founder of WundaBar Pilates. That also goes for socks, snacks like energy bars, and sneakers. Having gear on you every day will help motivate you to hit the gym, even if it’s just for a quick workout. “If I’ve got gear with me, there’s no excuse not to get [my] sweat on, even if it’s just for 20 minutes,” Jordan says.


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