I've Been Doing Orangetheory For 3 Years, and This Is What Every Beginner Should Know
6 days ago - By PopSugar
I've been doing Orangetheory workouts pretty regularly for the past three years, which means I'm basically an OTF pro at this point. When I go in-person, I get there early so I can grab a treadmill card and snag my favorite treadmill and floor space. I know my favorite instructors (shout-out to the amazing coaches at the Astor Place location in New York City!) and how hard to push myself to get the 12 splat points I need. And let's be real: I usually get many more than 12.
But I wasn't always a pro. In fact, I was supernervous before my first class. Although I had heard people rave about...
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