Orangetheory Fitness - South Jordan, UT Googleplus-24 Yelp-24

   1422 Reviews
11516 District Drive, Suite 600
South Jordan, UT 84095
801-758-0500
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Recent Reviews:

April 24, 2017
S.P.
BOUNTIFUL, UT
Trainer understands the workouts and helped with my form on the weight floor.
April 23, 2017
R.M.
South Jordan, UT
The instructors, staff are excellent. Class is fast paced, fun, and always changing.
April 22, 2017
G.L.
West Jordan, UT
I love EVERYTHING about OTF! The trainers are amazing, different work out every single time, great music, fun environment, be competitive or pick your own pace and an amazing full body workout! 🍊💪
April 22, 2017
J.P.
SOUTH JORDAN, UT
It's always changing.
April 21, 2017
A.G.
RIVERTON, UT
The workouts are a killer and that is what I need. It is so nice to come in and not have to think about what I am going to do that day, it is just done for me. I have seen positive affects in my weight loss goals and just feeling healthier. I do want to say that David is my favorite instructor!! He has a great personality and is fun to have around. On top of that he is the only instructor I have seen that will correct everyones form in order to avoid injuries. I find that super important!!
April 20, 2017
L.S.
SOUTH JORDAN, UT
It changes daily- that helps keeps things new and exciting. Teachers know your name and are super friendly. Very little pressure- you get to work at your own pace.
April 20, 2017
D.D.B.
West jordan, UT
I rally Love all the people.
April 19, 2017
L.S.
West Jordan, UT
The monitor.
April 19, 2017
C.W.
South jordan, UT
It always pushes you and the coaches motivate and inspire!
April 19, 2017
S.W.
Riverton, UT
Pushes me
April 19, 2017
T.R.
West jordan, UT
I like them all!!!
April 19, 2017
H.R.
South Jordan, UT
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff and trainers.
April 17, 2017
S.N.
South Jordan, UT
Different and not boring
April 13, 2017
L.D.
RIVERTON, UT
The single best workout you can do with the best trainers you can find with the best studio owners that care about your outcome.
April 13, 2017
J.K.
SOUTH JORDAN, UT
I've been unable to go to OTF South Jordan for the past 3 months due to shoulder surgery and I've missed it not only physically but I miss the coaches and staff there.
April 12, 2017
J.Y.
South Jordan, UT
Always different, always feel like I got my butt kicked
April 11, 2017
C.N.
SOUTH JORDAN, UT
Best combination of strength and endurance I've found in a workout. Working alongside people at all different fitness levels allows for inspiration and motivation for all. Trainers are all friendly and provide inspiration on an ongoing basis. I like the benchmark challenges that help give a picture of progress along the way. A familial, friendly atmosphere.
April 10, 2017
J.A.
WEST JORDAN, UT
I love that it's never the same workout and that I don't have to come up with it myself. I love that I can really focus on just working out and improving. I love the coaches, especially coach Drew and I'm sad he won't be coaching at sojo anymore but it's nice to get to know new coaches too.
April 9, 2017
C.D.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
I have been attending OrangeTheory Fitness for about a year and a half. Although, I like the intensity of the workout, the format where the instructors tell us what to do, and I would recommend OrangeTheory, I am having some concerns. This is the only avenue I know of to make these concerns heard. I have always thought that there should be a little bit more time involved in stretching and do not understand why some people always leave before that stretching period. I know they may have to get to work or somewhere else, but stretching is so important, and some seem to leave early every day. The other concern I have - which recently I noticed, it seems we work the same muscle group every day. Being an exercise enthusiast for most of my adult life, I realize that muscles should have a 48-hour rest period in between - I wish the OTF format could be that way. For example, this week, it seems we have done a lot of arm work and another week we do squats everyday. I was told that the format is the way it is because it was for those people who only come, maybe, twice a week. And so they might miss a muscle group for a week or two. I think the format should be designed for those people who come almost every day (like me) and each day a different muscle group should be emphasized and announced. That way those that only come occasionally can decide what muscle group they want worked and when. Thanks for listening!
April 6, 2017
C.G.
SOUTH JORDAN, UT
It's like having a trainer but not having to have a trainer hover over you. I want help and encouragement from a trainer, but I don't want a trainer to stare at me or count as I lift weights. I like the connections I have with the gym and the way they know who I am.