Come in and feel the energy at our Orangetheory studio in West Little Rock, Arkansas. The intensity is based on your heart rate, so whether you are just beginning a workout program or are a professional athlete, Orangetheory Fitness is designed for you.
The Orangetheory workout is an exciting 60-minute heart rate monitored mix of cardiovascular and strength training exercises. Using treadmills, rowing machines, SBT Suspension Training and free weights our trainers lead you through an interval workout that leaves you wanting to come back for more - it's a workout like you have never experienced. Each session is different, energetic, and will never leave you bored.
Our personal trainers have a passion for fitness and are committed to helping you get the most out of the Orangetheory experience. With a friendly and motivational spirit, our trainers will help get you on track to your goals.
If you attend 3 - 5 sessions/week, you can expect to see an approximate loss of 3 - 5 pounds /week when eating proper nutrition. After 2 weeks of attending 2 - 4 sessions/week, you can expect to see an increase in your strength, power and speed. Whether you want to see changes with weight loss or performance, Orangetheory can help get you there.
Want to start the journey to a stronger, healthier you? Give us a call or book your first session online with our West Little Rock Orangetheory studio today. Come in and see what Orangetheory is all about!
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.