For an energizing group workout session, look no further than Orangetheory Fitness in Chicago, Illinois. Whether you are new to fitness or are a sports competitor, the high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions at Orangetheory are for you, as they have been designed for all fitness levels.
The sixty-minute sessions at Orangetheory, which we call the Orange 60, are a great blend of cardiovascular and strength training. Your motivational personal trainer will lead you through intervals of treadmill training, indoor rowing machines, hand weights, and floor exercises that will continue to energize your body and mind long after you leave.
Our gym sessions are heart-rate monitored and backed by the science of excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC). During your session, you will perform multiple intervals that have been designed to produce between 12-20 minutes of training at 84% or more of your max heart rate, which translates to zones 4/5. When this occurs, you will burn extra calories for up to 36 hours after you are finished with your workout!
Whether you have a performance-based goal or a weight loss-based goal, Orangetheory has the workout program, flexible membership options, and supportive environment to help you achieve your goals. Please let your personal trainer know before the beginning of your Orange 60 session if you have any physical limitations, so they can make any necessary adjustments to your workout for your safety.
Take the first steps to a healthier lifestyle. Join the most unique fitness movement in the country by giving us a call at (312) 625-1204 or by going to our website and booking your gym session with our Chicago - Old Town studio today. Your first Orange 60 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.