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What We Love Short for low-impact training, the LIT Method combines resistance band training with a unique water rower machine for a new kind of workout. During the 50-minute signature classes, expert instructors guide you through a workout that helps strengthen muscles and burn fat while improving range of motion and circulation. Situated on West Third Street in Beverly Groove, the studio has a sleek and clean look, plus free parking.
Founded by personal trainers Taylor Gainor and Justin Norris, the LIT method is designed to “build you, not break you.” Short for low-impact training, the technique is comprised of four different phases that combine resistance band training with work on a unique water rower machine. The 50-minute signature classes here begin with compound movements, which use resistance bands to activate the nervous system and stimulate muscle growth. Isolation exercises then target specific muscles before some corrective posture and core work help build a strong abdomen. Classes wrap up with recovery and foam roll exercises, which help increase blood flow and range of motion, in addition to relieving muscle tension and minimizing recovery time. This is one fitness method that works all the right places.
— Patricia Poekel, Gilt City Associate Editor