Do you want to experience a workout that will energize your mind and body, even long after you go home? Come into Orangetheory Fitness in Spokane, Washington, where our high-intensity training gym sessions are perfect for every level of fitness.
On average, you can burn an estimated 500-1000 calories per workout! Get ready to Base Push All Out™. Our sessions are built upon cardiovascular and strength interval training. Treadmill training, indoor rowing machines, TRX suspension training, hand weights and floor exercises are all utilized to give you a full body workout.
During your five zone interval training sessions, called the Orange 60, you will be provided with a heart rate monitor and POD to monitor your session. During the course of your one-hour group session, you will perform multiple intervals that have been designed to produce 12-20 minutes of training at 84% or higher of your individual maximum heart rate (zones 4/5). This produces a workout "afterburn" effect, which is an increased metabolic rate—or in other words, you'll have more energy and will burn extra calories for up to 36 hours after your workout!
At Orangetheory Fitness, we give great flexibility and options when it comes to our membership plans—with no gym contract required. You might choose to pay as you go, for instance, if you are using us to prepare for your wedding or high school reunion. Or, when you fall in love with Orangetheory, you can get great discounts when you sign up for our elite or premier plans. Whichever way you go, you'll get amazing results!
Just give us a call at (509) 774-0636 or use our website to book your session with our Spokane South Hill Orangetheory location today. Your first session is on us—welcome to your new fitness home!
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.