Awesome Orange Theory Inspired Workout

Hi Guys, with a New Year means new goals and changes to my current workout plans?  I hope you guys are making changes as well.  I encouraged all my participants to find a small goal to focus on this month.  Mine was to increase my base pace at Orange Theory.  I only increased it by .3 mph but man was I feeling  it.  It’s important to remember that our bodies get accustomed to the demand and the workload you put on it.  If your workouts don’t change then your results won’t change either.  You should aim to change up your workouts after 3 months to see results.  To help you get started I put together this workout inspired by an OT workout I did in the past.  If you can’t make it to an OT class, this is easy to do on your own or at the gym.  

This  workout is broken down into two sections a run/row and upper body and core section.  You can easily do one or both together.  

Orange Theory Workout

Here is the OT pace guide to reference for the workout. 

OTF Pace Guide

I hope you give this workout a try and find a new goal for 2018.  Let me know how you like it.  I love to hear back from my readers.  Don’t forget to subscribe to get updates to your inbox.  Have a great week!  

Top Workouts of The Year

Orange Theory WorkoutHi guys I hope your weekend is off to a great start and you are getting ready to celebrate 2018.  I wanted to share my top workouts from the blog of 2017.  Give one of these a try as we go into another year of fitness!  

If you like Orangetheory Fitness give this one a try.  It is my most popular workout on the blog!  

http://4livingthewrightway.com/2017/02/19/orange-theory-inspired-workout-2/

spartan training workoutIf you are training for a Spartan Race give this one is for you!  It rocks and totally helped me with my Spartan.

http://4livingthewrightway.com/2016/06/19/happy-fathers-day-and-bonus-spartan-dads-workout/

Here is another super popular Orange Theory Inspired workout that focuses on running, rowing, and strength.  It’s a fun one!  Orange Theory Workout

http://4livingthewrightway.com/2017/03/21/another-orange-theory-inspired-workout/

This has been a really popular one this month.  It is a fun workout to end the year.  It’s only 30 minutes and it is a killer.  

http://4livingthewrightway.com/2017/12/29/2017-hiit-cardio-workout/

HIIT CARDIO WORKOUTBe sure to let me know what you think of these workouts.  I love to hear from you guys!  Happy New Year

Run, Row, and Strength Workout (Orange Theory Mash Up)

Hi guys!  This week really flew by.  I am so glad it is the weekend.  I don’t have a lot of plans just watching my youngest daughter play volleyball, shopping for homecoming with my oldest daughter, and a long run with my girls on Sunday.  We have 10 miles so I am prepping for that.  I always look forward to long runs with the girls it gives us time to catch up.   

I thought I would share a workout I threw together and did at the gym last week.  I sort of mashed up one of my Orange theory workouts and one of my strength training workouts.  Give it a try.  It is a good one!  

Orange Theory Workout

 

If you need the OT pace guide you can find it at the bottom of this post.  

If you like this workout check out my other Orange Theory workouts on the blog!   Don’t forget to subscribe for updates and new workouts each week!

Have a great weekend!   

Another Orange Theory Inspired Workout

Hey guys!  I hope you are having an awesome week.  The weather is starting to get warmer which means more outdoor workouts for me!  I have been going to Orangetheory Fitness over the winter but I typically change up my workouts when Spring and Summer come around.  This workout is inspired by an Orangetheory workout.  It is fast paced and definitely keeps things exciting.  If  you don’t have an OT studio you can easily do this workout at the gym.  

Since each block is shorter (4 minutes) try to push yourself harder.  Change your pace, increase your weights, or push yourself more on the rowing machine.  I don’t know about you guys, but the rowing is my weakness.  You will need a set of dumbbells, a step/bench, and a mat.  

Orange Theory Workout

If you need the pacing guides for the treadmill portion you can find it here

If you like this workout here are a few more to try:

Orange Theory Inspired Workout

Treadmill and Rowing HIIT workout

Give this workout a try and let me know what you think!