Orangetheory opens Highland Village location

Courtesy Orangetheory Fitness
Courtesy Orangetheory Fitness

Courtesy Orangetheory Fitness

Orangetheory Fitness opened its 23rd Houston-area location on Nov. 13 at 2400 Mid Lane Road, Ste. 150, in Highland Village. The 3,229 square-foot studio will be able to hold 28 people per class. The studio focuses on offering 60-minute, heart-rate monitored, high-intensity interval training with water rowing machines, treadmills and a strength floor. “Orangetheory is passionate about bringing our life-changing workout to as many Houstonians as possible,” said owner Jim Potesta. “We are excited to open up our first River Oaks area studio in Highland Village and have our sights set on continued expansion in 2020 and beyond.” The fitness chain launched in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in 2010 and now has over 1,200 studio locations. 832-919-6452. www.orangetheoryfitness.com
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