Frequently Asked Questions

What is LAGREE?
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The Lagree Method is a high intensity, low impact total body workout developed to target all 5 factors of physical fitness; cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition + dynamic core stability training. Designed and patented by the creator Sebastien Lagree, the method is unique in that it is the only workout to effectively balance high-intensity with low impact movements. Following precise movements, effective resistance, range of motion, precise angle, slow tempo, and duration standards to create proper intensity to stimulate the muscles more dynamically in order to adapt. Arguably the most efficient workout of your life, the Lagree method is constantly evolving giving their community the most up to date, advanced, information.

What is a Megaformer®?
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Designed, engineered and patented by Sebastien Lagree, the Megaformer® is a machine with stationary platforms and central gliding carriage with springs for resistance. The Megaformer® is used alongside the Lagree Method movements to assist with proper alignment, intensity, and range of motion. The machine is built to actively stimulate the entire muscular structure, which makes it the perfect machine for a total body workout.

What is MEGA-STRIDE™?
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The workout at the core of MEGA is a true 50/50 workout to tackle all 5 factors of physical fitness: cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition + dynamic core stability training. Prepare to shake, sprint, sweat, and smile.

What can I expect?
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You can expect to be challenged both physically and mentally. Throughout your 55-minute class, you will experience an all-encompassing workout designed to challenge your entire muscular and mental stamina to total failure in order to develop total body strength.

I’m not a runner, should I still sign up?
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Absolutely! The STRIDE is not only a running treadmill. Our foundations class is intentionally structured with limited runs in order to truly master the method, machines, yet remains just as challenging and exhilarating.

Should I take Foundations?
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If you are new to the Lagree method or new to an EVO Megaformer®, we strongly encourage starting your MEGA journey with a foundations class to get more comfortable with the method and machines.

How do I sign up?
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Download our MEGAapp on either Apple Store or Android App Store, make an account, book our first timerBOGO, and show up!

What do I need for class?
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To prepare for MEGA-STRIDE you will need; water, running shoes, grip socks. We sell grip socks and waters in the studio and provide towels during class.

Why do I have to wear grip socks?
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Grip socks are required at MEGA for use of the EVO Megaformer® equipment. We are a grip sock mandatory studio for both community hygiene and personal safety.

Do you have lockers?
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We do not have lockers, but we have coat hooks in lobby, and cubbies inside the studio. When you head into class, you’ll bring your valuables in with you and place them in the cubbies. A multi format charging station located at the cubbies. Just make sure to turn your phone on do not disturb during class.

How do I get to the studio?
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We are located at 150 Bay Street on the 2nd Floor. The building entrance is on Bay St, just off MARIN BLVD. Look out for the buildings' main courtyard with our lobby entrance (next to PRATO BAKERY). Say hi to our amazing security team, let them know you’re heading to MEGA and use the elevator to come up to the 2nd floor.

Pre/Post Natal Information?
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Per ACOG (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) guidelines, exercise during pregnancy is safe and desirable. We require our clients to be prepared with their physician’s clearance to workout for safety purposes. Please notify a member of the MEGA team so we are able to accommodate any and all modifications throughout your workout. Modifications will be discussed prior to the class and during the class which may include, but not be limited to the following: limiting core and oblique exercises, eliminating any supine position exercises, spring range adjustments, tread pace adjustments based off personal preference and comfort, etc.