Orangetheory Fitness takes working out to a new level and allows you to make the most of each exercise you do. In the South Waterfront neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, we offer 60-minute workouts focused on increasing endurance, power and strength. Our classes provide busy individuals the chance to fit a comprehensive, intense workout into their day.
Each heart-rate-monitored workout is geared toward getting you into the orange zone. With your monitor strapped on, your heart rate and the calories you burn are displayed on a screen. With a glance, you can see your heart rate change from green to orange to red. Your goal is to spend 12-20 minutes of your workout in the orange and red zones. This will allow you to achieve post-exercise oxygen consumption, which means you’ll be burning calories even after you work out.
Whatever your weight loss goals are, our gym trainers are there to help you develop a program that meets your needs. We provide a fun atmosphere to reduce your stress and let you reach your full potential in a stress-free manner. An enthusiastic trainer will guide each class, so you’re receiving professional advice throughout your workout.
It’s easy to join one of our classes, no matter your fitness level because you can work at your own pace. As your heart rate is displayed on a screen, you’ll know exactly how hard you’re working. Depending on your needs, you can increase the strength of your efforts or slow down.
What sets Orangetheory Fitness apart is that our approach to getting the most out of a workout is based on science. Call (503) 308-6782 in South Waterfront, OR, today and find out more about our gym classes and pricing. Don’t forget to ask about our Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge and our Bridal Challenge.
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.