Pilates Hundred with your Flexistretcher

Set up: Begin lying on your back. Wrap the Flexistretcher center around the soles of your feet and hold one loop in each hand. Palms are facing down. Flex your feet and press your legs towards the sky. 

Action: Nod your chin to your chest and roll up to the tips of your shoulder blades. Engage your abdominals and try to keep a neutral pelvis as you pulse your arms down toward the floor.

Inhale for 5 counts and Exhale for 5 counts. 10x

Bend your knees into to your chest and rest.

Variation: For more of a challenge lower your legs down towards the floor at a 45 degree angle.

Cues: Watch out for the band snapping back to into place. Make sure to keep the resistance in the band as you are pulsing your arms. Keep your gaze in towards your belly button to avoid tension in your neck. 

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Workout Breakdown


REPETITIONS: Repeat inhale for 5 and exhale for 5 breathing sequence 10X - 100 counts!

CUES: Reach your hands away from your thighs so your arms are very long and the elastic does not touch your legs.  Double check here to make sure your legs are in a perfect table top position. Make sure to never release the tension as you pulse your arms.  Keep your gaze in towards your belly button to avoid tension in your neck.




CUES:  Perform the curling movement slowly and with control, pulling both hands up towards your torso.  This will help you feel the resistance training from the Flexistretcher.



REPETITION: Begin with 10 walks forward and 10 walks back Repeat 3-5X.

CUES:  Slightly bend the elbows, keeping them glued by your side, to prevent them from moving behind you.  With palms facing up, maintain the bicep curl.  Pull up enough so you feel the resistance in your legs and arms.  Watch out for the pelvis tilting, keeping the hip bones level while concentrating on movement in the leg only.

Expert Tip! The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that a strength training program should be performed a minimum of two non-consecutive days each week, with one set of 8 to 12 repetitions for healthy adults.  


  • Adjusting the level of resistance.
  • Increasing the number of repetitions.
  • Changing the pace of the exercise.