The Science
  • Lagree is the only workout in the market that offers training for strength, endurance, core, cardio, balance, and flexibility in just 45 minutes.
  • Everyone’s condition and abilities are different, and we recognize that. That’s why Lagree doesn’t emphasize on number of reps or the amount of weights.
  • One of the key ideas about Lagree Fitness is to give your muscles enough stimulation, and your body will react and transform
  • If you want to effectively stimulate the muscles, then your workout must have enough intensity. And Lagree method achieves that by focusing on training your slow twitch muscle fibers
  • Our workout emphasizes on continuous, constant tension of the muscles, and that’s why we always ask students to do each move slowly and with control
  • But when you switch between moves, it becomes the faster the better. This allows you to keep up the heart rate, and this will enhance the fat burning process
  • We constantly remind students to breathe, because using up oxygen in your muscles helps to burn fat as well
  • To reiterate, we recognize that everyone is different, so what we focus on is being “effective”. Some of our key philosophies are:
  • Effective resistance: Our muscle strength differs, so the springs can be changed to a weight that’s suitable for you
  • Effective range: Our flexibilities differ; just go as far as you can during each move and that’s ok (but don’t cheat, you’re working out for you!)
  • Effective angle: Your body alignment/angle affects each move, and this in turn changes the intensity and how you use your muscles
  • Effective speed: When you remove momentum by slowing down with more control, you need to focus on using the right muscles. The benefits include 1) isolating the muscles you want to target and 2) reduce injury risks from abrupt movements
  • Effective duration: We want to stimulate the muscles to cause changes, but that doesn’t mean more stimulations the better. Lagree has been designed based on scientific data from years of development
  • Our workout offers a ton of variations, and it can increase/decrease the intensity to accommodate each student’s abilities
  • And it’s meant to keep the classes interesting and not repetitive
  • Lagree is NOT pilates. Pilates is more on the therapy side, and its intensity is not comparable to what we offer with Lagree