Another New Excercise Option in Cherry Creek North:
The space at 2nd and Clayton Street previously occupied by Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar is transitioning into Cherry Creek North’s newest fitness center. Orangetheory, a somewhat specialized athletic facility, will soon occupy that space.
Over the past few years several new specialty workout facilities have moved to Cherry Creek North. AKT, Kinetic Fitness, The Bar Method, Tru Fit, SoulCycle, and StretchLab are the most recent additions to the health and fitness scene in Cherry Creek North.
Each facility caters to a special type of consumer. For example: AKT specializes in high intensity dance, and SoulCycle focuses on spin classes, providing a niche cardiovascular training for those who like the intense indoor cycling experience.
The Orangetheory fitness concept departs from most other health clubs. The health facility name aptly describes the goal of each participating member achieving the “Orange Zone” through intense interval training.
Tim Johnson purchased the Orangetheory franchise from the parent company located in Florida. It’s one of several Orangetheory gyms located throughout the metro Denver area. Johnson was previously known for co-founding CorePower Yoga, which has spread in a ubiquitous way throughout the metro Denver area.
Tim Johnson, co-founder of CorePower Yoga, is the president of the Orangetheory fitness franchise in Cherry Creek.
?Cherry Creek and Art:
Once again the Cherry Creek Arts Festival attracted some of the most innovated and talanted artists from the entire USA to Denver to participate in the largest outdoor arts festival in the USA. The artists’ work was spectacular, and we’ve provided our viewers with a sample of the exhibitors art in this pictorial:
We need some talented people like who are in this video to do this in Cherry Creek this summer! If the sounds fails to play, click on the speaker ?on the lower right hand side of the video.
The Denverite article below was discovered on Facebook and was published by Leon Kiel. Leon is a respected business person in metro Denver, and a former “bad ass” running back for the University of Colorado Buffs.