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New fitness studio, Urban Lagree, coming soon to Olmos Park

Put on your favorite workout fit and head over to this new exercise studio

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Urban Lagree, San Antonio’s newest fitness studio, will offer workout classes that promote core stability, cardio endurance, and high-intensity strength training using a machine called the Mega Pro.

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Let’s get physical, San Antonio. Urban Lagree is opening its first Alamo City location on Monday, June 10 in the Olmos Park neighborhood at 3910 McCullough Ave. It offers workouts that promote core stability, cardio endurance, and high-intensity strength training.

Since 2019, this female-founded boutique fitness studio teaches the Lagree Fitness method — a 45 minute high intensity, low impact workout that focuses on muscular endurance on a machine called the Megaformer.

Want to get in on the action? To celebrate its grand opening, Urban Lagree is hosting a free open house on Saturday, June 15 from 11 a.m. to 1p.m. Stop by to learn more about the Lagree Fitness method, check out health + wellness vendors, giveaways, and music by a local DJ.

In addition to the open house, a limited number of Founding Memberships are available that include unlimited classes for $165 a month. Check out all the membership options.

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