Orangetheory Fitness is one of the newest fitness crazes around the nation, and now it’s coming to Reston.
The new location is will be at 11410 Reston Station Blvd., at the Aperture building near the Wiehle-Reston East station. It is scheduled for a September opening, said Maggie Parker, spokesperson for Reston Station developer Comstock Properties.
“They have a kiosk on the [Wiehle-Reston East Metro] plaza and they’re recruiting members,” Parker said.
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The Aperture building is being developed by the Bozzuto Group.
The fitness studio offers 60-minute workout classes that operate in the format of a group-personal training. The classes combine 10- to 30-minute intervals of running and weight training that add up to an hour of constant exercise.
According to its website, “Orangetheory’s heart rate monitored training is designed to maintain a target zone that stimulates metabolism and increases energy.”
There is a sign-up for an email newsletter available on the Reston location’s website.
Membership options include a basic package for four classes a month, an elite package with eight classes a month and an unlimited package. For more information on pricing, call 703-822-5272.
The Florida-based chain has hundreds of locations nationwide, including many in the area.
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