A 3G class is a large class with 3 groups! One group. starts on the rowers, one group on the treads, and the. last group is on the strength floor.
Is Orangetheory 2G or 3G better?
Therefore, Orangetheory 2G and 3G are equivalent; nevertheless, is one more challenging than the other? Both the 2G and 3G levels are equally challenging. There is no visible gap between the two. Your fitness level will be taken into consideration while designing individualized classes.
What is the difference between Orange 3G and Orange 60?
The main difference between the Orange 3G and Orange 60 is that the 3G is utilizing all 3 stations (treadmill, row, floor) at once versus the 60 where you are only split into 2 group and moving around the room far more frequently.
What heart rate is orange at Orangetheory?
84-91% MaxHR Heart Rate Zone 4 or the Orange Zone (84-91% MaxHR): This is an uncomfortable zone achieved with Push pace and All Outs.
What's the difference between 2G and 3G classes at Orangetheory?
There are a few different class formats, but in general you'll be spending about a third of your time at each station—a “3G” workout has one group at each station at all times, while a 2G workout (or Orange 60) is a bit more flexible (though you'll generally be on the rower, the treadmill, and the floor at some point
What does 3G mean in Orangetheory?
A 3G class, on the other hand, is a class in which you will do all three (3) types of exercises, namely rowing, strength training, and running on the Treadmill.