Monday, August 22, 2016

Another healthy choice at the Death Star: Orangetheory Fitness coming soon



Signage went up Friday for Orangetheory Fitness, opening soon at 51 Astor Place/the IBM Watson Building/Death Star.

There's a [temporary] sales office at 61 Fourth Ave., if you're interested in membership info.

Here's more about Orangetheory, which has locations nationwide... including three in Brooklyn and one in Chelsea:

Orangetheory Fitness uses the science of Heart-Rate Based Treadmill Interval Training, the efficiency of Indoor Rowing for increased power and the proven concept of Weight Training Blocks to create the fitness level and body you have always desired. Workout and Weight Loss plateaus are a thing of the past…really!

Orangetheory is located next door to Flywheel Sports, the cycling studio.

11 comments:

NOTORIOUS said...

Run! Row! Lift! Gym!

Anonymous said...

...only beutifulllish personz under 30, plueze.

Gojira said...

I am so not interested...really!

Anonymous said...

"Weight Loss plateaus are a thing of the past…really!"

Yeah, sure - BTW, I have a bridge to sell you.

cmarrtyy said...

Huh?

Makeout said...

Ride a bike you silly twats. Not that it isn't anymore but the blog was slightly more hilarious when you could see the comments on the side. Just sayin'.

Anonymous said...

fuck this shit. so tired of being sold a gym membership. its obnoxious and overwhelming. i am beginning to loathe what this once great city has become :(

everything is about image, money and power. so so so sad.

Anonymous said...

Maybe this gym can help Darth Vadar with his breathing issue?

Anonymous said...

The secret to breaking the plateau is legs, arms, core. Legs, arms, core. Keeping the heart rate up and your blood pumping all over the place. Resistance bands and a few free weights from Paragon will do the trick. No membership needed.

Anonymous said...

Get a job with Sanitation, and get paid to lift.

Mark Hand The Catchman said...

Fuck... when is my landlord going to give me a 500k buy out so I can leave this shit hole I grew up in. I love St Marks Place, but lately its been wearing on me lately