Are you looking for a high energy, full body workout that gives you a challenge? Look no further than Orangetheory Fitness in Chicago, Illinois.
During each Orangetheory group session, you'll alternate between treadmill training, indoor rowing machines, and weight room/resistance blocks. We change up the workout daily, so you'll never get bored and your body won't get the chance to plateau. On average our members burn 500-1,000 calories per gym session!
During your 60-minute Orangetheory session, you will be wearing a heart rate monitor to ensure that you are keeping your heart rate within the targeted zone—which we refer to as the Orange Zone. When you are able to keep your heart rate within the targeted zone, your metabolism and energy are stimulated, resulting in what we call the Orange Effect. That means extra energy and increased calorie burn for up to 36 hours after you have finished your Orange 60 session!
Orangetheory trainers are very knowledgeable and are dedicated to your fitness goals. Whether you would like to increase your endurance, build your strength and power, or are looking to just tone up or lose some weight, Orangetheory Fitness has the perfect workout and offers an encouraging atmosphere as you work on achieving your goals.
To book your gym session with our Chicago - Wrigleyville studio, just give us a call at (224) 252-0242 or visit our website today. Stop in and see for yourself how great an Orange 60 session can make you feel. No need to hesitate—your first session is free!
Backed by the science of post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), our heart-rate monitored training is designed to keep heart rates in a target zone that stimulates metabolism and increases energy. Our clients burn an estimated 500 to 1000 calories per workout. We are 5 zone heart-rate interval training.
Working out in a group provides accountability and structure to help achieve fitness goals. You are more likely to get a great workout and better results from the well-rounded movements and pace direction you get in a group setting. The session motivates each other to pick up the pace and reach beyond plateaus. People who workout in groups stick to their goals more consistently than those that workout alone.