Pilates for treating Pectus Excavatum and Flared Ribs?
Is that an oxymoron? Not a bit!
Pilates isn’t just for women or fitness nerds. It’s a super effective way to increase strength in your core musculature, improve posture, balance and flexibility, which is key for fixing pectus excavatum and flared ribs.
I strongly recommend pilates, because you are both training the abdominal wall and the inner unit.
By practicing pilates regularly, you are going to achieve the following health benefits:
- Improved core strength and stability
- Improved posture and balance
- Improved flexibility
- Prevention and treatment of back pain
My abs were at their best back when I was regularly doing pilates.
Every night, I would lie on the floor and do about 30 minutes of pilates.
Maybe I should probably start doing it again, since my abs were really rocking at the time.
However after a long and arduous research, I found a great way to do beginner pectus excavatum pilates sessions from the comfort of my own carpet for only $47.
It is perfect for both men and women, and I GUARANTEE that it will fix your flared ribs deformity. I’ve seen great improvements in both pectus excavatum and flared ribs, by me and my clients who were at first sceptical about this proven method that will build rock-hard aesthetic core and chest.
Many people can attest to the effectiveness of pilates.