Pippa Middleton’s exercise secrets revealed

May 18, 2011 09:24 | Local News | By Fulhamroad.co.uk staff
Pippa Middleton pilates at Pilates on the Go Fulham

Pippa Middleton confessed that her perfect figure and posture are down to pilates sessions – at Parsons Green studio Pilates On The Go.

The 27-year-old party planner’s stunning figure has been a talking point since the royal wedding. Now we know how she does it.
 
In a testimonial on the site, Middleton says: “Pilates has been a wonderful escape from my busy lifestyle in London. Whether its 7am in the morning or 7pm at night I always leave feeling calm, refreshed and invigorated.
 
"From breathing techniques, muscle toning to overall flexibility and relaxation, my Pilates sessions have become something of a weekly necessity that keeps me fit, happy and energized.”
 
Sessions, instructed by Margot Campbell, take place from Monday to Saturday at Pilates On The Go, located in South Park Studios on 88 Peterborough Road.
 

Tags: Pippa Middleton, Pilates On the Go, Parsons Green


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