Our 45-minute LAGREE METHOD class combines strength training, cardio, balance, and high-intensity Pilates on a spring-loaded, momentum-free, resistance machine called the MEGAFORMER. SLOW and PRECISE movements are performed for 1-2 minute intervals carving LEAN muscles, crushing CORE muscles, and giving your body the CHALLENGE it craves in a low impact environment. Our Megaformers are custom-built to allow for quick transitions and the most effective workout.
TORCH CALORIES + BUILD MUSCLE.
This low impact, full body HIIT class utilizes Battleropes to combine muscle strengthening, and cardio in a challenging and epic sweat sesh.
SWEAT – STRENGTHEN – TONE.
The perfect compliment to the Lagree Method! This total body conditioning class consisting of little to no impact. The workout includes the use of props such as resistance bands, hand weights, and gliders to target each muscle group, sculpting a lean, long body from head to toe.
AKA “High-Intensity Pilates” and “ Pilates on Steroids” the Lagree Method is actually quite different from Pilates. Pilates was created in the 1930s by Joseph Pilates and quickly became popular among dancers as a method of training and rehabilitation. “Pilates and the Lagree Method are two completely different workouts, and methods, “ says Higher Terrain owner Jennifer Metcalf who also owns Flex Pilates Aspen, a boutique private Pilates studio in Aspen, Colorado.
“The Lagree Method is a perfect fit for clients who love the core focus, and low impact, lengthening effects of Pilates, but wish it was a more challenging workout” “A traditional Pilates exercise is typically performed using very few repetitions, and tends to be very isolated. The Lagree Method exercises are performed for 1-2 minutes and utilize full-body movements, targeting multiple muscle groups within one exercise.”
I’m excited to offer the Megaformer workout at Higher Terrain to people who are looking for a challenge in their workout routine” says Jennifer who is also a personal trainer, and physical therapist. “The Megaformer workout is intense, but also low impact, anyone can do it!