Orangetheory Fitness opens new studio in McCormick Ranch

 

Orangetheory Fitness, an energizing group-interval fitness concept broken into cardiovascular and strength training, is opening its 16th location in the Valley on April 16.

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The new studio is located in the Seville Shopping Center, at 7001 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 185, Scottsdale.

To celebrate its grand opening, Orangetheory Fitness McCormick Ranch will host its VIP grand opening event featuring fitness demos, an assortment of specialty drinks, tasty bites from Ruth Chris Steakhouse, Wildflower Bread Company, The Cove and more.

The first 50 guests will also receive a fitness goody bag.

Orangetheory Fitness offers three affordable membership options that vary in price, allowing members to select a price point and membership package that is best for them.

“We are so excited to open our third Orangetheory Fitness studio in the Valley,” said Lesley Robertson, co-owner of Orangetheory Fitness McCormick Ranch.

“Our new studio is state-of-the-art and features the newest heart rate monitor by Orangetheory Fitness, the OTBeat. We want our McCormick Ranch members to get their best results in a fun, high-energy fitness environment, with trainers who are truly dedicated in helping them get there.”

The OTBeat system, Orangetheory Fitness’ newest heart rate system, made its debut in the Valley in early 2015. The OTBeat uses Bluetooth connection in classes and can be used on the run. It also easily syncs with a cell phone app to give quick stats on calories burned, how much time has been spent in different zones during a workout and more.

Orangetheory Fitness is expanding quickly in the Valley and already has several studios gearing up to open in 2015.

For more information, call 602-292-5636.

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