Heart-rate training is supported by an extraordinary amount of technology and it really can be the key component for fitness success. That’s why many fitness studios use heart-rate training as the basis of their workout programs — but one studio room specifically has a massive nationwide following due to its supposed efficiency. The first Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) opened this year 2010 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and nine years later, the business continues to be starting new locations all over the country.
Here’s how it works and why it could be the key to torching body fat. OTF is dependant on something called surplus post-exercise oxygen usage (EPOC), an idea that refers to your increased consumption of oxygen after exercise. The afterburn impact occurs after any kind of strenuous activity, but some considerable research suggests that high-intensity training produces the longest-lasting and most significant EPOC.
- 795 F.2d 628, 631 (7th Cir. 1986) (emphasis added)
- 24 Hour Fitness Philosophy
- Weighty will demand 3800 energy daily
- WASPs (118)
During a one-hour long OTF workout, the target is to spend at least 12 minutes in the orange zone (zone four) or in zones four and five mixed. OTF steps your splat points using OTbeat, a chest-strap monitor that measures your heart rate. Members can easily see real-time data through the workouts, which can enable them to push harder and reach the coveted orange zone.
The linked OTbeat fitness app songs results and progress as time passes. OTF claims that earning all 12 splat points …