CORE40 opens in Carmel Valley

The 40-minute workout is designed to produce immediate core and total body strengthening through its unique Megaformer-based approach.

Due to overwhelming demand for Solana Beach-based CORE40 (formerly called BodyROK), owners Dean and Lisa Grafos recently announced their newest studio to open in Carmel Valley. Recently named the top workout in North County by San Diego Magazine, this innovative, 40-minute workout is designed to produce immediate core and total body strengthening through its unique Megaformer-based approach, according to Grafos.

“By doing our strengthening and indoor cycling workouts in conjunction with eating and drinking in moderation, our clients will quickly be able to sculpt their way to feeling more confident in their swimsuits on the beach,” explained Grafos. “CORE40 also works to enhance performance levels of other activities, including running, yoga and golf because it improves strength, endurance, cardio, flexibility and balance.”

In addition to the 40-minute CORE40 classes, the new studio offers indoor cycling as well as combo classes, which incorporate 25 minutes of high-intensity cardio cycling, followed by 25 minutes of sculpting on the revolutionary Megaformer “M3.” This class allows clients to achieve optimum results because of the cardio/strengthening combination.

CORE40’s signature offering, Lagree Fitness is an innovative 40-minute workout specifically designed to strengthen, tighten and tone the body quickly and safely. The workout is largely based on the holistic principles of Pilates, but also emphasizes strength training and cardio elements not inherent to Pilates and/or weight training alone.

The new studio is located at 12750 Carmel Country Road, on the second floor of the Carmel Country Plaza. For more information on the workout or to sign up for classes, visit www.core40.com or call 858-755-4779. Other studios are located in Solana Beach, North Park and Little Italy. Clients can use their packages at any of CORE40’s locations.

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