Orange Theory fitness - Melbourne/Rockledge. I was reviewing the phone app under My purchases and noticed that I was charged 4 times in the same month.
I have an unlimited plan at $159/month so the overcharged was $1,908. They did credit back to my account quickly but I'm still unsure how this could happen. Despite the overcharged I still Love Orange Theory and their approach to training. Each class is led by an instructor who calls out cues throughout the class.
There are different stations around the room and the class is split up among these stations. Typically there are between 15 – 25 people in a class. You usually switch stations just once during the class. My favorite part is their unique use of Heart Monitors.
You wear a heart monitor and everyone’s heart rate is displayed on a screen during class. Your heart rate will be in a blue, green, orange or red zone based on intensity. The goal is to be in the “orange zone” for 12-20 minutes of the class.
You get orange “splat points” for every minute spent in orange zone. You can look up at the screen and see how many splat points you have, which is helpful for knowing when you need to push yourself harder.
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