Legs (Springs) To Die For

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The Leg Spring Series is one of the all-time most effective workouts for toning and strengthening the legs, glutes and core. With her definitive and motivating cues, Kathi will have you wringing more out of your springs than you thought possible. If you’re looking to feel your legs (in a good way) for days, this is the class for you! Setup & Reps: This workout can be done on a Tower or a Cadillac. Kathi’s students are using a heavy set of Gratz Leg Springs on the Leg Spring setting. Kathi teaches most exercises with 4 repetitions, and notes that you can do up to 8 repetitions. For info on training with Kathi visit: KathiRossNash.com.

What Others Are Saying


  1. tracy 7 years ago

    Ow! 🙂

  2. PilatesJuliet 7 years ago

    So challenging! I learned I definitely need to do this more. I loved when Kathi had the girls sit up and lift the legs without the springs- my light bulb turned on and I really got it! Great job ladies- you are tough cookies:)

  3. gbesson 8 years ago

    Kathi’s classes are all amazing! They are so in formative! Thank you and please add more:)

    • Alisa Wyatt

      Don’t worry, there is so much more of Kathi to come, you will surely exhaust yourself working out to all of her fantastic classes! She is truly unstoppable when it comes to Pilates and we love her for it.

  4. soul_eil
    soul_eil 8 years ago

    Absolutely just what I needed! Thank You, my tushy thanks you ;)))

  5. colleenferg7
    colleenferg7 8 years ago

    amazing class! crazy for kathy’s workouts- love the hamstring pulls at the end… thank you!!

  6. Awesome class Kathryn!! So glad you said I can rest this one out and primp for my next video that day…cause there was no way I was going to make it through a 4th workout, especially this one.
    Uh Oh….guess I know what we are doing on Wednesday! LOL…
    To my Pilates crew….you guys were great!! 🙂

  7. too hard, but I love to suffer!!!! LOL Thanks Kathy, you´re my pilates wonder- teacher!!!! Thanks for encouragin me to try my best with your classes!!!!

  8. joesmat 8 years ago

    I think you do a few of these exercises on the mat. On the mat the hands are behind the head, elbows wide. Is there any reason Classically why one cannot position the arms as though your holding onto the Tower upright bars as demonstrated here, but, on the mat? Big challenge for stability. Thank you very much.

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