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Men in Singapore do Pilates too

Recently saw an article about male athletes doing Pilates and it reminded me of my male students and their own experiences in our studio.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by pilates or die trying (@pilatesmonster) on Oct 7, 2019 at 10:26pm PDT Even though Pilates seems to attract a lot […]


Pilates Reformer – Who is it for?

Although we firmly believe that reformer group classes are not for everyone, we know how appealing (and fun) it is. If you’ve attended our Signature Group classes at PBT and have no existing injury, come join us on the reformer. Our teachers are now teaching at Core Collective both Dempsey and Anson locations – sign […]

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Time Travel with the PowerPlate

The law of motion states that the force of an object = the object’s mass multiplied by acceleration. In other words, there are two ways to improve a person’s functional force (power, strength, or stability): 1. Add more mass (using weights) or 2. Apply more acceleration to the body See, if they had taught physics […]


If you play tennis, basketball or football, you must train to run efficiently

As my mentor Jerry Teo says, Children do sports to get fit Adults get fit to do sports. It’s an adage that has stuck with me throughout my practice.. Ok yes, it blew my mind ok? I was never a sporty kid, so I only understand the latter half that applies to me now as […]


What are the most overlooked, undertrained parts of the core?

When we talk about core training, everyone assumes we’re talking about the front abdominals – the six pack. And if you do Pilates, you’ve heard of the transversus abdominals and maybe the pelvic floor too. However, the core really refers to the entire trunk of the body, and this means the sides and the back […]