Orangetheory opens studio in Fairfield

Orangetheory Fitness has expanded into Connecticut, opening the state’s first studio in Fairfield.

Owned and operated by first-time franchisee Mark Molina, the new studio, located at 525 Tunxis Hill Cut-Off, opens to the public on Oct. 24, with classes beginning at 5:30 a.m.

“I’m thrilled to be opening the very first Orangetheory Fitness studio in Connecticut,” Molina said. “OTF gives me the opportunity to positively affect people’s lives through fitness — the results of this workout across the country are astonishing. I am excited to get up every day and get to work, and am so proud of my new studio and the product we offer.”

Molina spent 20 years as a corporate and business lawyer working principally as the chief legal officer for a number of private and publicly traded high-tech companies around the country.

After learning about the concept through a friend who was a member of Orangetheory Fitness in Denver, Molina tried the workout and was hooked.  He signed his franchisee agreement at the beginning of April and began construction on the Fairfield location in August. The studio was completed after six weeks of construction and build out.

For more information on the Fairfield Orangetheory Fitness and membership packages, call 203-883-8220.

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