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Reformer

A piece of resistance exercise equipment designed by Joseph Pilates, consisting of a platform that moves back and forth along a carriage. Resistance is provided by your bodyweight and by springs attached to the carriage and platform.

Recovery

The time between workouts or exercises that allows the body time to adapt, grow, and prepare for the next physical demands.

Quantitative

The numerical amount. Example: how many reps/sets, revolutions, watts, or how much weight, distance, time completed.

Qualitative

Referring to characteristics as opposed to measurements based on the quantity. Example: How precise the movement, as opposed to how many you did.

Progressive Overload

Greater demand (intensity or duration) continually placed on the body in incremental stages. If overload is not present, adaptation will not occur. If overload is too great, overtraining may occur.