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Rael Pilates - System 7

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  • Acteurs : Rael Isacowitz
  • Réalisateurs : Carl Lauten
  • Format : Couleur, PAL
  • Audio : Français (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Square Diffusion
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 8 novembre 2010
  • Durée : 32 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0042831B6
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 70.326 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Interview de Rael Isacowitz
Les 7 principes de base

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Rael Pilates - System 7, 1 DVD, 32 minutes


Le Rael Système 7 (niveau initiation) vous présente les sept principes de base qui vous feront profiter immédiatement des bienfaits de la méthode Pilates. Ce programme pour débutant met l'accent sur des exercices de respiration, de placement et des mouvements de stabilisation, indispensables à la progression vers les programmes plus complexes, que sont les Systèmes 17 et 27.

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Placement impeccable, très bonnes corrections. L'on construit avec ce dvd de solides bases dans cette technique pas du tout évidente si l'on n'a pas étudié en cours particulier(malgré tout l'idéal pour apprendre le pilates).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 if you can only buy one pilates dvd, make it one of Rael's 15 juin 2006
Par AussieGal - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I have numerous Pilates workouts but Rael is the most thorough and knowledgeable instructor I have ever had the pleasure to work out with. This is TRUE PILATES and not the "McPilates" of Winsor and the likes! Although I have been doing pilates for a while, Rael has taught me better techniques for positions I thought I knew well.

I bought the 3 dvd set which came with the beginners 7 which has 7 main positions; intermediate 17 which has 17 and the advanced 27 with 27 positions.

Buy any/all that you can afford and you won't regret it. Rael knows what mistakes you will make and cues perfectly - explaining in clear detail and demonstrating the right and wrong way to perform each position.

7 will be a challenge for anyone new to pilates but you will be learning with perfect form and this will give you a strong core and the knowledge to move on to 17 and 27.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for beginners/ out of shape people like me! 12 janvier 2006
Par DenisAcad - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This is a great into. to exercise if you're out of shape. If you're in shape go for the System 17! This one is great for those of us who haven't been doing what we should have to keep ourselves fit. A great starting place and something to build on so you don't get discouraged and quit. I could do these right away without having my kids laugh at me (or show me they could do it and I couldn't:))
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best of All 25 mars 2006
Par jack - Publié sur
Format: DVD
I have tried other Pilates beginning instructional videos and I must say this is by far the best one. Rael is obviously peerless as a expert and a master in his instruction. Each pose is broken down and really emphasizes where the attention and focus should be. Even a novice like me can understand how to do Pilates correctly. I lost a belt size and five pounds after doing this workout for only three weeks. The workout starts with a gentle warm-up and continues into a very challenging workout for beginners, all in 25 minutes. The visual camera work and production (it says shot in High-Definition on the box) is in perfect sync with the instruction and is any video I've tried. I am looking forward to starting the System 17 ( for intermediates) next week.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 True Pilates w/great body awarness 6 décembre 2006
Par Lena, Massage Therapist - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This disc comes with a 5 min interview with Rael, comes in 5.1 sound, the music is not annoying & the director & producers have won golden globes, emmys, etc. for other tv shows. The workout is 25 min long.
Rael Isacowitz has been doing Pilates for 25 years, is one of the few who can perform the entire repertoire & teaches other pilates teachers. He has a masters in dance which shows in how he moves & speaks. He is very graceful when he moves, has a lot of charisma when he speaks & doens't miss anything when showing how to do the movements. He sees the body as a dancer & is amazing in knowing how the body responds to small differences in movements such as which way the palm should face.
The set is simple orange with Rael guiding & speaking with an in shape female in gym halter top & pants doing the movements on a pilates table. Rael tells you how to move, what to watch out for all while keeping perfect pace of always telling you when to inhale & exhale in charming manner that's never annoying. He also demonstrates the more advanced way of doing each movement w/perfect precision & grace, even the roll ups. The pace is relaxed to emphasis body awareness.
The movements are: breathing, pelvic curl/yoga bridge pose, lying spinal twist (knees tucked), chest lift (crunch), roll up (laying to sitting), spine stretch (sitting), both legs side lift (lying down), basic swan (yoga cobra/upward dog), cat/cow & child's pose relaxation.
Some of the moves I felt were easy as well, but the more advanced way was plenty challenge enough for me.
If you want to learn pilates from a real master & get true body awareness to avoid spams & muscle injury, get this dvd.

You can see trailers for his system 17 & 27 at collagevideo com & get more info at raelpilates com
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun 20 juillet 2013
Par Rick - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I initially became interested in Pilates because my wife came home from the bookstore with Rael Isacowitz's book "Pilates." I found that the book appealed to me as well, plus it helped that my sister had practiced Pilates for a number of years prior. I used Isacowitz's "Pilates" book for a while, and then I eventually bought this DVD individually. It may also be purchased as part of a three-DVD packaged set. This particular offering is for beginners in the Pilates method. The exercises in "Rael System 7" focus on improving the core through abdominal work and spinal flexibility.

This DVD is nicely filmed with skilled presentations and helpful explanations. In my experience, I have not found it particularly necessary to warm up beforehand, but given that I have never found a way to fast forward through the opening two minutes of copyright information, titles, medical disclaimers, and information about the author upon loading the disc, I would therefore suggest that you use this time productively to do some extra stretching. I like the amount of repetitions allotted for each exercise. Isacowitz will provide you with more challenging variations for some of the exercises, and this will allow you to grow with the video for a time. Even so, it seems likely to me that most people will probably progress through the beginner's level relatively quickly on to the intermediate level ("Rael System 17")--if practiced faithfully with regularity. Even after that period of development comes, this video may still be of use for days when there is only time for a quick workout.

The abdominal work culminates in the roll-up exercise. One of the flaws of this video is that Isacowitz does not provide enough help to clients with relatively long torsos & shorter legs who may not be able to properly perform a roll-up. He is more sensitive to these clients in one of his books called "Pilates Anatomy" that was co-written with Karen Clippinger. They have this to say under the heading of "Modifications" to the Roll-Up on page 75: "If you are unable to come to a sitting position with good form, place small cuffs (maximum of 3 pounds [1.5 kg] each) on the ankles, or bend the knees slightly and use the hands (place on the thighs) to help lift the upper trunk during the difficult part of the up phase." Another book in my exercise library provides this helpful advice on the subject: "Some people will need their feet held in place to complete this exercise; otherwise, their feet come off the floor and they fall backward. The problem here is not lack of spinal mobility nor abdominal muscle strength, but rather insufficient counterbalance resulting from physical proportions: the weight of the lower limbs is not sufficient to counteract the weight of the trunk. People with a short trunk and long legs can easily do this exercise without assistance." (Anatomy of Movement: Exercises by Blandine Calais-Germain & Andree Lamotte, Revised Edition, pp. 70-71) Some other Pilates mat exercise DVDs recommend placing the feet in straps, hooking the legs under a couch, or using a weighted pole to help address this issue.

From working with Isacowitz's book "Pilates," it becomes quickly apparent that many of the Pilates mat exercise repertoire can be adapted to other Pilates apparatus in a similar manner that a female gymnast can perform a flip whether on a vault, uneven bars, a balance beam, or during a floor exercise. I've experimented with adapting this video in such a manner, and this can be a fun way to achieve greater variety. Sometimes things feel a little different when using another apparatus. I find, for instance, that five of these seven exercises in "Rael System 7" can easily be performed on a Pilates Arc, a relatively inexpensive yet effective piece of equipment. I've also experimented with adapting the routine to the reformer and a sitting box--but my favorite is definitely the push-through bar on my reformer's tower. I will place the information about this in a comment outside of this review for anyone interested.

I have the other two DVDs in the series, and this DVD is a very good way to get started in a regular Pilates mat workout routine.
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