High intensity, low impact, effectiveness

The Lagree Method is based on 7 principles :

EFFECTIVE FORM

Correct body alignment is necessary for safety and effectiveness

EFFECTIVE RANGE OF MOTION

A correct range of motion is emphasized, which is absent in Pilates

EFFECTIVE TEMPO

The Lagree Method ensures every exercise is performed slowly and without momentum, which is a principle absent in Pilates

EFFECTIVE DURATION

The Lagree Method utilizes Time Under Tension which is a bodybuilding training technique not present in Pilates

EFFECTIVE TENSION

The Lagree Method uses “progressive overloading,” another bodybuilding training technique, which is also absent from Pilates.

EFFECTIVE TRANSITION

This principle is absent from Pilates but is crucial to Lagree since the method is a muscular endurance workout. Essentially, there is no time between movements

EFFECTIVE PLANE OF MOTION

This principle is also absent from Pilates

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CONTROLLED REPS PERFORMED AT SLOW PACES DEMAND MORE FROM THE BODY

Using muscle groups in a slow, controlled fashion, demands more metabolic work per unit of time. This extended amount of time that muscles are placed under tension produces rapid results.

BALANCE IS AS IMPORTANT AS FLEXIBILITY

Balance is a fundamental for achieving real results in a quick amount of time. Focusing on balance allows to avoid and prevent injuries. Through years of research, Sebastien Lagree has found that balance training has proven to be more effective than strength training.

THE LAGREE METHOD BORROWS THE BODYBUILDING SUPERSET FOR EFFECTIVENESS

By utilizing the superset method, Lagree Fitness goers move through shorter classes, heightened intensity levels, and a safer way to take their muscles to failure without the spotter that is typically needed in traditional bodybuilding.

THE LAGREE METHOD INCLUDES CARDIO

Circuit training is a large part of what makes The Lagree Method critically different than Pilates. Moving from one movement to the next with minimal rest time between keeps the participant’s heart rate up and demands cardiovascular growth—which, of course, results in more calories burned.

Pilates is not meant to be a cardio workout, so typically a participant’s heartrate will remain under 90 BPM. On the other hand, The Lagree Method ensures users will hit the anaerobic threshold and a heart rate over 145/150 BPM when performed correctly.

LAGREE FITNESS PUSHES YOUR BODY OUT OF ITS COMFORT ZONE FOR AMPLE RESULTS

The Lagree Method places quite a large emphasis on overloading the different muscle groups as a means of attaining rapid results. During this process, the muscles are forced to grow beyond their current state, increasing the amount of resistance, time, and intensity a participant can handle. Added movements, slowed movements, and minimal recovery periods help participants achieve results faster than any other workout method.

THE RESULT ? A COMPLETE BODY TRANSFORMATION

While Pilates places a large emphasis on rehabilitating muscles by stretching larger muscles and strengthening smaller muscle groups, The Lagree Method focuses on intense bodybuilding techniques combined with no to low impact movements. The result? Fast results that never allow participants to plateau. Each class can be modified for even the most experienced Lagree goer, making this method the perfect one for those seeking a complete body transformation.

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