VIP GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW ORANGETHEORY FITNESS WIREGRASS
Tampa, Fla. (May 28, 2015) – Orangetheory Fitness is set to open its newest location in booming Wiregrass , bringing their total number of studios in southwest Florida to 13.
The public is invited to a special VIP Grand Opening of the Wiregrass location on Thursday, May 28th from 5-8 p.m. During the grand opening, guests will be able to meet the training team, tour the brand new studio, enjoy complimentary food and drinks, have a chance to win raffle prizes, and more. Guests at the event can sign up for the location’s Weight Loss Challenge for a chance to win $2,500 in cash prizes. Only 75 spots are available for the Weight Loss Challenge.
Orangetheory Fitness Channelside is owned by OTF co-founder Terry Blachek. “Wiregrass is steadily growing and becoming an area where residents can live, work and play, so the decision to be in the area was an obvious one. It’s a natural fit and location for the Orangetheory brand and we are excited to be here.”
Orangetheory Fitness Wiregrass is located at 28210 Paseo Drive Suite 110, Wesley Chapel, Florida, 33543. For more information, call the Wiregrass studio at 813.235.0664. To schedule media interviews, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 727.235.2389.
About Orangetheory Fitness:
The one hour, ever-changing Orangetheory Fitness workout consists of diverse components including high-energy cardiovascular and strength training using treadmills, rowing machines, suspension training, and free weights with short bursts of intense exercise. Orangetheory Fitness offers 55 classes per week for all levels, and clients cannot work out in the studio unless they are part of an existing one-hour group personal training class.
The science behind Orangetheory is known as Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC). Following cardiovascular exercise and weight training, the body continues to require oxygen at a level that exceeds oxygen requirements when the exercise began. After the session, the body will continue to burn more calories as it tries to recover from the strong bursts of activity for up to 36 hours. Clients can expect to burn 500 – 1,200 calories during their workout, and the amount of calories burned after the workout varies based on gender and body composition.