Orange Theory Fitness Lexington

at 2369 Richmond Rd., Lexington, 40502 United States

Orange Theory Fitness Lexington
2369 Richmond Rd.
Lexington , KY 40502
United States
Contact Phone
P: (859) 898-1077

Reviews for Orangetheory Fitness Lexington

Christine M.

Slater was AWESOME yesterday at 5:30a.m. Always great to start my day with OTF even when not in my home base! See you next time Lexington!

Shyanie K.

Heart rate based circuit training! Most efficient form of exercise. The workout is broken up into three segments- treadmill, rowing machine, and floor... Read more

Jenna S.

So I don't know where to start.... I guess the very second the class started. The heart rate monitor was not working, so the staff attempted to give me a... Read more

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I’m New to Orangetheory — is All Out Mayhem for Me?
“For new members, or those who haven’t tackled an extreme challenge at Orangetheory, the All Out Mayhem challenge presents an opportunity to get a lot of value from their workouts in a very short time,” said Caitlin Donato, Workout Design Manager at Orangetheory’s Global HQ.
In fact, the workouts during All Out Mayhem will provide ample opportunities for non-competitors too, just like all other OTF workouts.
Mastering the All Out Mayhem workouts will require more than just physical strength — it’s a test of your mental grit and determination, too.
“You can’t push your limit till you know what it is, and All Out Mayhem is a great opportunity for you to find your limits,” said Senior Workout Design Manager Coleman Rutherford.
The OTF Workout Design Team — Coleman Rutherford (center) and Caitlin Donato (second from right)
Sarasota resident Amber M., who has five t-shirts to show for her Hell Week accomplishments, completed All Out Mayhem last year and is looking forward to seeing what she can do this year to improve her performance.
She said her coaches at Lakewood Ranch and University Park constantly encourage members to take something away from events like All Out Mayhem — they ask, “What did you learn?” “Did you get a PR?” “How many of the workouts did you do?” Most importantly, they ask, “Did it make you better?”
Each day will throw you for a loop and test your endurance, strength and power in more new ways than you ever thought possible.
“We do not stop exercising because we grow old - we grow old because we stop exercising.”
When you struggle to schedule date nights during the week, working out together at the studio is a great way for both of you to make time for each other while also carving out time for yourself.
Speaking of “more experiences,” during the full month of April this year, we’re encouraging you to invite your partner to experience the most efficient, 1-hour workout by your side and earn the chance to win a weekend of More Life together at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.
Not only is 30 minutes of walking a day enough to improve mood, promote weight loss and decrease risk for chronic disease[1], paired with the accountability of Orangetheory’s coaches and fellow members, it can also turn you into an accidental athlete capable of doing things you never thought possible — like finish a marathon.
“Our mix of endurance, strength and power segments on the treadmill and throughout the class will help you increase your aerobic capacity, speed and turnover.”
Since joining in November 2015 and attending regular classes, he went from alternating walking and jogging to running a 10-minute mile — and even plans to sign up for a 5K this year to test his newfound skills on the road.
“The trainers encourage me to increase my pace every few weeks, and the variety of workouts with interval training, inclines and endurance have really helped me on runs outside of the studio,” she said.
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You hear “Dri-Tri” and you immediately think this event this is reserved for fitness junkies who thrive on intensity and competition.
You cannot change what you cannot measure, and participation in this personal challenge will serve as a great first step.