In just eight years, Orangeth Fitness has risen to #48 on the 2018 Franchise 500 Ranking by Entrepren. The company’s 1,000 studios are in 49 states and 18 countries, including U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Japan, Israel, Peru and Chile. The company has over 500 studios in the development pipeline. Its rapid growth also earned a #1 ranking on Franchise Times‘ 2018 Fast & Serious list, which recognized the company as the smartest-growing brand in the industry.
The Portland studio’s franchisee is Jamie Weeks, CEO of Honors Holdings, which owns and operates 52 Orangetheory Fitness studios, with 13 more in development, across the U.S. “I know Portlanders will appreciate just how impactful – and fun – Orangeth workouts are for anyone,” said Weeks. “Young and old, fit or striving-to-be, members will see that our one-hour workout pushes you to be your personal best.” Last year, Weeks signed on as a master franchisee to open 70 studios over the next decade throughout Southern England, including at least 30 studios in London.
Fitness-minded consumers of all ability levels are drawn to Orangeth Fitness for its science-based, full-body workout led by highly-trained coaches in a welcoming yet challenging fitness environment. Designed by renowned physiologist Ellen Latham and backed by an esteemed Medical Advisory Board, the brand’s heart rate-based interval training is centered on the science of Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC), which enables participants to burn more calories long after the workout is over.
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