As Pilates becomes more mainstream the Pilates industry may need to develop new ways to make programs appeal to exercisers Photo courtesy of Merrithew Health and Fitness
<p> As Pilates becomes more mainstream, the Pilates industry may need to develop new ways to make programs appeal to exercisers. <i>Photo courtesy of Merrithew Health and Fitness.</i></p>

Pilates Remains Strong Despite Recent Trend Surveys

Although surveys have indicated that Pilates is no longer a top trend in the industry, it remains a popular form of exercise and a valid revenue source for many operators.

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