October is “Bro Month” at K-Kore by Lagree Fitness

October is “Bro Month” at K-Kore by Lagree Fitness

Is Lagree a good workout for guys? You bet and here are the reasons why guys should join a K-Kore class:

Lagree Fitness was Created by a Guy

Lagree Fitness was developed by fitness guru, Sebastien Lagree who is a former personal trainer and body builder and a former Pilates instructor himself (as well as personal trainer to many Hollywood celebrities). He developed Lagree Fitness as next level Pilates, to pick up where Pilates fell short. Which is why Lagree is often called “Pilates on steriods.” Sebastien also recognised the shortfalls of workouts that are popular with me; weight lifting, cross fit, boot camps etc and took this into account when created Lagree and the Megaformer.

Why men should include the Lagree Method in their training regime?

Sebastien Lagree recommends guys should cross-train their weight lifting and endurance workouts with Lagree, as the method can “increase endurance and stamina,” plus, “The Slow Twitch Muscle Fibers (the focus of Lagree) act like cement or a foundation for proper muscle development of all muscular types.” Lagree forces clients to work their stabilizing muscles (slow twitch), which are what make the muscle gain so noticeable; Slow Twitch muscles take less time to recover than fast twitch muscles, and, with less time to recover, a client can stay solid, consistent and more effective in their regimen. Plus, when Lagree clients build stronger core stabilizers, that strength translates into all other workouts. In the words of Lagree, “If you like to run, you will run faster and longer by incorporating Lagree in your training routine; If you like to lift weight, you will lift more weight with more explosion.”

K-Kore has a number of male clients and they have described it as “the hardest workout they’ve ever done”!

What you’ll gain from a Lagree workout at K-Kore

  1. Cardiorespiratory endurance
  2. Muscular strength
  3. Muscular endurance
  4. Better body composition
  5. Flexibility
  6. Core strength & balance
  7. Mental health


If men lift less and incorporate other forms of training into their regimen, they’ll see benefits in overall endurance, muscle gain, and stamina. Clients who regularly cross train with Lagree Fitness will notice improved core strength, increase in their physical performance, while also reducing the chances of injury that are common in higher impact workouts.

Don’t believe us? Pay $59 and get 2 weeks unlimited. Just enough time to get hooked! Special offer from October 1st-October 31st, 2017.

*Offer only available to guys and valid for use one time