I noticed that you folks sell a box and poll set, but never see it demonstrated on QVC. What benefits would I gain from the Box and poll?
Also, I'm totally blind and am ashamed to say that many blind folks are way out of shape. I've tried unsuccessfully to motivate some blind friends to try pilates. I wonder if you or a rep from your company might consider exhibiting at the next national convention of the American Council of the Blind which takes place in Las Vegas the week of July 2 through 9. Also, I wonder if it might be possible for you to make a few videos with more verbal descriptions. I had to ask my sighted wife to show me some of the movements. Some of my blind friends don't have that luxury.
Now for my wife:
She's doing the upper and lower body workouts, but only two to three times per week with maybe 5 minutes of cardio board. She likes it and has seen toning improvement, but no increase in energy. I try to motivate her to do it more often, but am afraid I might be pushing her too hard. She's a day care provider which might help to explain her lack of energy. I'm afraid that if she doesn't raise her energy level, she won't age well. I'm 43 and she's 46. Other than sinus problems we've both recently been declared healthy by our primary care physicians. She has some back problems though and is unable to do short spine without discomfort. She likes stretching her back with the ball. Will this yield the same results as short spine?
I thank you kindly for answering my questions and bringing such a wonderful product to QVC. I foolishly decided to go roller skating a couple of summers ago and messed up my left ankle. I have trouble doing the long walks that used to help keep me in shape, but have no problems with the Pilates. Actually, I think it has helped my left ankle. Should I do more heel lowers to strengthen it?