Developed for invalids, Pilates Reformers challenge all fitness levels

Posted: January 7, 2013 at 2:43 a.m.

During a group Reformer class in IM=X Pilates at Pavilion in the Park, (from left) Tricia Smith, Laura Herron and Shanti Halter do push-ups in a rotated stretch, which allows their pectoral muscles to carry the main challenge.

When asked to describe a Pilates Reformer, even the most knowledgeable can be at a loss for words.

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