Students lift their legs to a 45-degree angle in Pilates H2O, a new class in Coconut Grove that blends paddleboarding with Pilates.
Students lift their legs to a 45-degree angle in Pilates H2O, a new class in Coconut Grove that blends paddleboarding with Pilates. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Students lift their legs to a 45-degree angle in Pilates H2O, a new class in Coconut Grove that blends paddleboarding with Pilates. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

Workout on the water: Paddleboarding, Pilates combine in core exercise

May 22, 2015 09:09 PM

UPDATED May 25, 2015 07:01 PM

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