Core Contour Featured on Haute by Danielle

Photo Aug 06, 11 47 47 AMDani Cee is a health and fitness guru, certified personal trainer, weight loss specialist, blogger and fitness wear enthusiast. She has more than ten years of experience helping individuals reach their wellness goals. When she says that Core Contour provides a “next level” workout on her blog, we believe her! (more…)

Healthy Eating On the Go

PaneraPowerChickenHummusBowl-300 Making healthful food choices while eating out isn’t always easy, especially when you’re on the run during a busy work day. Self Magazine gives us the scoop on some of Panera Bread’s healthier options. Rule of Thumb: look for lean proteins, healthy fats, fresh veggies, and complex carbs such as quinoa and wild rice and ditch the salad dressings for fresh lemon and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. (more…)

Core Contour Featured on Blog “Perfectly Imperfect Mom”

IMG_1939Whether your a Florida blogger or a Super Star you have one thing in common when you’re a parent– time is scarce. This is why Brenna ,mother of three and writer for “Perfectly Imperfect Mom, and Brooke Burke ,TV Host and parent to four, both use Lagree Fitness to maximize their fitness routines!

Overall Core Contour is a great workout option for busy Moms. Being able to burn the maximum amount of calories in a 50 minute work out is my kind of work out! – Brenna, Perfectly Imperfect Mom

The class is 50 minutes, head to toe. In that short amount of time, I’ve done everything I need to do. And for a working mom, what could be better? – Brooke Burke, TV Show Host & Author

Read more of Brenna’s  blog post here.

Are you ready for a workout that maximizes your time? Schedule your next Lagree Fitness Class today!

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Why Should You Train Your Glutes?

Glutes_Final-1 Admit it, who doesn’t love a nice butt. However there is so much more to the glutes than a hot booty. Throughout history humans have admired and adored the buttocks, even as far back and ancient Greece. The glutes are a collection of muscles that combine to extend, abduct and rotate the leg. In addition they stabilize the trunk as a connection between the upper and lower torsos, and assist in maintaining an erect posture. They are composed of the Gluteus Maximus (GM), Gluteus Medius (Gmed), and Gluteus Minimus (Gmin). It is hypothesized that during the evolution from apes to humans, the gluteal muscles were an integral part of this, by allowing a transition to an upright posture and facilitating the ability to run long distances. (more…)