How to Get Out of Orangetheory Contract

As an Orangetheory member, you may have signed a contract to commit to a certain period of time. However, circumstances may arise that make it difficult for you to continue your membership. So, what do you do? Here’s how to get out of an Orangetheory contract:

1. Review your contract: Carefully read through your contract to understand the terms and conditions. Look for any clauses or options for early termination.

2. Contact your studio: Speak to someone at your local Orangetheory studio and explain your situation. They may have a solution for you or be able to guide you through the cancellation process.

3. Follow cancellation policies: If your contract doesn’t have any early termination clauses, follow Orangetheory’s cancellation policies. Typically, you need to provide written notice and pay a cancellation fee.

4. Consider transferring your membership: If you can’t continue your membership, consider transferring it to someone else. Orangetheory allows you to transfer your membership to an individual with the same membership type and price.

5. Check state laws: Some states have laws that allow you to cancel a gym contract under certain circumstances, such as moving more than 25 miles away or experiencing a medical condition that prevents you from exercising. Check your state’s laws to see if you qualify.

6. Seek legal advice: If you’ve tried all other options and still can’t cancel your contract, consider seeking legal advice. A lawyer may be able to help you find a way out of your contract.

Remember, breaking a contract can have consequences, including damage to your credit score. It’s best to try and work with Orangetheory to find a solution that works for both parties. By following these tips, you should be able to navigate the cancellation process and move on to your next fitness journey.