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How does Orangetheory’s system work?

How does Orangetheory’s system work? The OTbeat Core is the chest-strap heart monitor that tracks when you reach the coveted “orange zone.” Reaching this zone earns you “splat” points. That probably sounds like gibberish. Allow me to explain. The “theory” in Orangetheory Fitness is excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, or EPOC.

Is Orangetheory for everyone?

Let’s take a look at why Orangetheory isn’t for everyone and what you can do about it if you hate OTF. Just because a lot of people seem to love their Orangetheory membership doesn’t mean your feelings aren’t valid if you hate it! Here are some of the reasons OTF may not be for everyone.

What is Orangetheory Fitness’ EPOC?

Introducing “EPOC”: Orangetheory fitness’ philosophy is for participants to train in the “orange zone,” 84% or higher of one’s maximum heart rate, for 12 to 20 minutes of the 60 minute workout. When this is done, participants achieve Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) creating an after burn affect that can last for up to 36 hours.

Why do people hate Orangetheory?

A lot of people hate Orangetheory because the sales team is extremely pushy and persistent. Once you do join, you might find the workouts are too intense for your liking or that it’s hard to schedule enough classes to warrant the price of a membership.

How do Orangetheory classes work?

When you walk into an Orangetheory class, your goal is to spend at least 12 minutes with your heart rate elevated in the “Orange Zone,” this will boost your metabolism, burn fat, and burn more calories post-workout than traditional exercise.

Is Orangetheory right for me?

Of course. Orangetheory is geared toward ALL levels of fitness and everyone is free and encouraged to go at their own pace. We recommend trying a free introductory workout, then discussing any thoughts or questions you may have regarding your fitness goals, with your coach.

What is it like to go to Orangetheory Fitness?

Each one typically offers the same daily one-hour workout: a high-intensity circuit of treadmills, rowing, and floor exercises. These are all designed to elevate your heart rate. I’ve been going to Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) for the last six months, and I’ve mostly enjoyed the experience.

How long does it take to get started at Orangetheory?

If it’s your first class, Orangetheory advises that you arrive a few minutes before your class starts (no longer than 30 minutes to avoid congregating). You’ll get set up with an OTbeat Heart Rate Monitor, meet your coach, and get cued in on the workout.

Is Orangetheory for everyone?

Let’s take a look at why Orangetheory isn’t for everyone and what you can do about it if you hate OTF. Just because a lot of people seem to love their Orangetheory membership doesn’t mean your feelings aren’t valid if you hate it! Here are some of the reasons OTF may not be for everyone.

What are the downsides of Orange Theory?

A downside to Orange Theory is that if you’re a beginner, you’re pretty much on your own to figure out the weight work outs. Sure, the trainers will occasionally come over and help/correct you, but for the most part you don’t get individualized attention.

What are the best Orangetheory alternatives?

The best Orangetheory alternatives to consider are CrossFit, boot camp classes, and going to the gym on your own. Let’s take a look at why Orangetheory isn’t for everyone and what you can do about it if you hate OTF. Just because a lot of people seem to love their Orangetheory membership doesn’t mean your feelings aren’t valid if you hate it!

Did Orange Theory work out for You?

So glad to see your posts about Orange Theory and even though OT didn’t work out for you, it’s good to see that you’re still working out and such an inspiration as I feel most people would just quit altogether. I just finished my first week at an OT and love it! Good luck on your fitness journey! Reply Marysays February 10, 2016 at 10:48 am

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