Latest News | 3 December 2020

Orange Theory Fitness reopens Derby gym

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Orange Theory Fitness has reopened its Derby gym following lockdown by allowing its members to train individually rather than as a group.

The gym, based at the Wyvern Retail Park, traditionally offers group-based fitness sessions.

However, to comply with current government guidelines, Orange Theory Fitness has modified its format to provide a “station-based” gym approach.

Members can book a 45 or 60-minute slot using the Orange Theory Fitness app.

They will then be allocated a station, which will be socially-distanced, with a one-way system of movement in place.

Members can then engage in solo training on a treadmill, rower or weights station.

Meanwhile, coaches will monitor the sessions and will be on hand to guide, help and motivate.

Orange Theory Fitness has reopened its Derby gym on Wednesday, using the new arrangements.

The company said: “We are thrilled to have reopened our doors. We miss our members, so, in-line with the Government’s gym guidelines, we have modified our format.

“Rest-assured, we’re working hard to keep things as close as possible to the awesome Orange Theory Fitness experience we all know and love.”

The firm said it has a number of measures in place to keep visitors safe. This includes temperature and verbal symptom checks on arrival and minimising the number of items that can be brought into the gym.

The firm said: “Our meticulous standards of hygiene and cleanliness, and our social distancing processes remain the same.

“Members will book a slot, be allocated a station and can effectively train solo.

“Our coaches will be on hand to observe throughout, so we can ensure safe training – and if members need a little guidance or a challenge!”

Orange Theory Fitness is also inviting prospective new members to get in touch to trial the arrangements.

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