Former Vancouver Canucks (and New York Islanders) star Trevor Linden will be in Abbotsford for pre-registration of his Orangetheory Fitness Studio today (Saturday).

Trevor Linden bringing Orangetheory Fitness Studio to Abbotsford

Canucks great making an appearance today (Saturday) at new Abbotsford location

Abbotsford residents have the opportunity to meet Vancouver Canucks great Trevor Linden today (Saturday).

The former Canucks captain will be in town to help launch the brand new Orangetheory Fitness Studio, which is located in the South Fraser Gate Mall at Unit 110-2653 Tretheway Street.

Locals have the chance to greet Linden starting at 10 a.m. today.

Orangetheory Fitness Studio has transformed into one of the world’s top fitness franchises, with more than 1,000 studios in 50 states and 22 countries. The group states that they have developed a unique approach to fitness that blends a unique trifecta of science, coaching, and technology that work together seamlessly to elevate participants’ heart rates to help burn more calories.

“We are excited to bring Orangetheory Fitness to the Abbotsford community and help members live healthier, more vibrant lives,” said Linden, “and can’t wait for Abbotsford residents to become part the Orangetheory family and start seeing results from the science-backed, high-energy workout, regardless of fitness level.”

Abbotsford’s Orangetheory Fitness Studio will be opening soon, and today will allow all interested to pre-register for classes.

There are also Orangetheory Fitness Studio’s in Chilliwack, Langley, Surrey, North Delta, Port Moody, Vancouver and North Vancouver.

For more information, visit abbotsford.orangetheoryfitness.com.

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