Category Archives: History of Pilates

Debunking Pilates Myths

There are a lot of myths about Pilates out there, probably too many to handle in a single blog post. We asked one of our students, Gina Scarpulla, for her take… Every morning I check out the health and fitness … Continue reading

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Fuse Pilates for the People (What Makes Us Different)

I’m always puzzled when people are surprised that they’re not taking a “regular Pilates class” when they come to Fuse. We never say we are traditional. In fact, I think we try pretty hard to say we’re not. There have … Continue reading

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Movember – Let’s Hear it for the Boys

Mustaches have come a long way since my high school boyfriend proudly sported peach fuzz until his Mom demanded he shave it off for his senior portraits. Looking back, it really did look terrible.  But over the years, some men … Continue reading

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Why (Fuse) Pilates Part 2: It’s Not Just for Girls

Continuing my imagined discussion regarding arguments against Pilates, let’s address one of the ones I get the most. I’m sorry, Mariska. I’m a dude. My body is pumping full of testosterone. I don’t man-scape. I don’t wear pink. I’m a … Continue reading

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