The BPP© is unique in it's programming. Each series of movements combines the elements of contemporary Pilates workout with athletic short circuit bodyweight training following a formula pattern.
The pattern of blocks in the formula for each BPP© workout is identified as the following...
A daily Pilates workout is referred to as: PWOD or Pilates WOD
A Workout Setup
Identified by a TOOL either FLOOR, REFORMER, or any particular ACCESSORY as such:
TOOL: (Resistance) Rounds = Repetitions
For example: REFORMER: (2blk1rd) 2R=18
FLOOR: (BOSU) 2R=16
FLOOR: (2SLIDERS) 3R=18
PBP Formulas for Workout:
EXERCISE > EXERCISE
Move from one movement to the next as 1 rep count
Example: Curtsey Lunge > Reverse Lunge
Progression from 1 to 10, which means adding 1 rep to each exercise.
Example: Starfish P1-10
EXERCISE + EXERCISE
Add the prescribed count of the + exercise to the first exercise given as 1 repetition count.
Example: Core Lift + 2 Twist
Complete the first exercise with the prescribed repetition count then proceed to the next exercise for the prescribed repetition count.
Example: Diamond, Floating Diamond
Transition from one movement to the next with the prescribed repetition count. This is when an exercise is added in the middle of two movements or in flow of another.
Example: Booty Kickback Right: Reverse Knee Pull: Booty Kickback Left