Gym Aurora, Colorado Orange Theory Fitness Announce Article, Living All Out

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Aurora, Colorado- Top Aurora Gym, Orangetheory Fitness has posted a new article on their website, dictating the meaning by the motto, “Living Life All Out”.

The article, written by Leslie Barker Garcia was published on July 18, 2019 on the business website.

3 common reasons most folks start a work out are to lose weight, get toned and to feel better.

Which are all great reasons, all. But on the rollercoaster ride of starting a new fitness routine, those goals turn out to be only starting blocks as they often lead to even more results, some you can see and some you can’t.

In addition to clothes fitting better, new visible muscles, blood pressure drops and endurance rises.

Even more results will follow and according to Orangetheory Fitness, it all begins with saying yes:

● Yes to picking up the pace.

● Yes to ratcheting down your stress level.

● Yes to starting a new job.

● Yes to stopping (or at least cutting back on) negative self-talk.

● Yes to feeling less defeated and more optimistic.

● Yes to a deep sleep at night and more energy during the day.

This month, Orangetheory Fitness is challenging their members to show what Living All Out is all about.

Chelsea Meyers, 42, is a member of Orangetheory fitness and had this to say about Living All Out, “This brought me back to who I am and who I can be.” Meyers attended her first Orangetheory class in Anderson Township, Ohio, in January, By middle of July, her accumulated attendance was in triple digits.

Meyers says often the benefits of her workouts come into play when she least expects it. Earlier this summer her 8 year old son fell asleep downstairs. A year ago, she says, she would have asked her husband to carry him to bed.

“I couldn’t physically have done it then,” she says. “But that night, I carried him upstairs, and we have a pretty significant rise in our stairs. I didn’t break a sweat. I felt, like, ‘Gosh, I can’t believe I’ve done this. I’m strong.’

“People say, ‘You just seem so happy.’ And I am. It feels so good to be strong. I feel mentally stronger, too.”

She realized just how much when she found the courage to quit one job and to start another.

“I was in a funk at work,” says Chelsea, who praises the support her Orangetheory community has given her. “Orangetheory got me out of that. It made me think, ‘You know what? I’m worth more than this. I’m investing in myself, in my body. I don’t need to put up with this any more.’ It gave me the push.”

Felicia Knott, 28, who lives just outside Madison, Wisconsin, has been an Orangetheory member since Oct. 19, 2018. She had heart issues that ended her career in the military, and other workouts were simply too intense.

“I wasn’t in this for weight loss; I was in it for my heart,” says Felicia.

“Going there and working out helps your entire mindset, knowing you’re doing something good for yourself,” she says. “This is something I’ve noticed: I used to be way more stressed out about deadlines. Now it’s, ‘I’ve got this.’

“This is definitely something that has hit my life. I didn’t make that connection until now.”

And really, that’s what Orangetheory is all about, isn’t it? Because when we support and appreciate each other, we can tackle just about anything — during our time in the studio, and especially during the other 23 hours that await when we walk out the door, sharing our newfound spirit with the world.

The business wants folks to enter a chance to win a visit to any Orangetheory in the world by visiting the company website at

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