Feeling Fit for Fall


Taking time during a normal work week to exercise is a challenge, even in “normal” circumstances. Add in the kiddos being back in school, fall get togethers to be planned, and the holidays right around the corner, and this task becomes even more difficult. Balancing taking your children from place to place and your own busy schedule is a difficult task, and working out often falls by the wayside.

Orangetheory Fitness Towne Center (OTF) offers a unique way to exercise in a group setting, yet still receive individual personal training attention. OTF’s science-based workout focuses on your heart rate to help you achieve the best results during and after your workout. Each member wears a heart rate monitor during the session which allows for real-time monitoring on large digital screens. On average, members burn between 500 to 1,000 calories in the 60-minute session, and also experience extra calorie burn (or “afterburn”) for up to 36 hours post-workout. 
 
Another benefit of Orangetheory Fitness is the flexibility and balance it offers its members. As one member shares, “OTF allowed me to discover a balanced workout routine that fit me.” Orangetheory’s nationally certified coaches encourage that you listen to your body and go at your own pace, but they also provide opportunities to challenge yourself. By offering a daily variety of times for their hour-long sessions, OTF works with any busy schedule. 
 
Orangetheory Fitness Towne Center also offers several packages and memberships that work with a variety of budgets. You can purchase as few as four sessions up to an unlimited number of sessions a month.  For local residents, you can book your first FREE class by calling the studio at (225) 424-5000 or by registering on their website at batonrouge.orangetheoryfitness.com.

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16 Aug 2018


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