The Workout

Elements to our workout:

Cardio Vascular

It is the ability of the heart, lungs and blood vessels to deliver oxygen to your body tissues. The more efficiently your body delivers oxygen to its tissues, the lower your breathing rate is. The stronger you cardio vascular system is the healthier your body becomes.

Slow Controlled Movement

Each exercise is performed slowly to increase “Slow Twitch” muscle fiber recruitment. Moving slowly not only keeps continuous tension on the muscle it effectively allows maximum exertion with almost no stress on the joints.

Effective Muscle Stimulation

Some movements work over 600 muscles at once! Aside from being extremely time efficient; working multiple muscles at the same time burns more calories than isolation exercises; develops core strength faster; stimulates balance and body coordination better; keeps the heart rate up; and build strength quicker than isolation movements.

Intrinsic Training

Strengthening the intrinsic muscles is paramount to improved body composition as it relates to the effective support mechanism to the bigger/fat burning extrinsic muscles. You cannot grow the bigger muscles group without strengthening the muscles within.

EPOC

EPOC stands for Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption. Many studies show that the greater loss of fat happens AFTER the workout!
During EPOC the body is restoring itself to its pre-exercise state, and thus is consuming oxygen at an elevated rate. This means that energy is also being expended at an elevated rate (including an elevated consumption of fat). The EPOC effect is greatest soon after the exercise is completed and decays to a lesser level over time. Some studies found measurable effect existed up to 38 hour after the exercise! Lagree Fitness is designed to generate the greatest EPOC reaction.

Rest

At last, It is only during the “resting” time that your body is actually getting stronger. During the rest and recovery time, your body is releasing all the hormones necessary for tissue repair and strengthening. This last principle is up to you though.

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