The right props and accessories can have a great and beneficial impact on your workout.
Below are a few important items we recommend.
Pilates can be done with or without props and accessories. Sometimes props and accessories can play an important role in facilitating better alignment, give feedback to improve kinesthetic acuity and proprioception, and help make exercises more challenging or accessible to gain the most benefit from the exercise.
With a Parkinson's condition, it is important to practice Pilates exercises daily as your primary training modality. For this reason, we recommend that you invest in some of the most common and useful props to help you achieve your most optimal movement. Below are some of the props that we recommend and are used frequently in the exercises.
The items are displayed so that you can click on the image and go to a site which sells them. You do not have to purchase exactly these props. However, these items have already been tested for quality and durability and we feel are a good investment. Items of good quality that are similar will also work fine. Please purchase according to your taste and budget, these are just examples of very useful fitness props and accessories. Please contact us if you have questions.
Tucketts high performance grip socks are ideal for exercise for people with PD. Their sticky grips help prevent slipping while the open-toed design allows for valuable sensory feedback and training of the intrinsic foot muscles. They also provide a light hygienic barrier to floor surfaces. Available for men & women in various styles and colors.
Official Grip Sock used for P4P