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How Orangetheory and MOTION Stretch Studio Keep Jamie Weeks Fit

The Editors | April 24, 2019 | People

Atlantan Jamie Weeks—Orangetheory Fitness’ largest franchisee and co-founder of MOTION Stretch Studio—is all about wellness and recovery these days.


How has OTF impacted your life? It’s made me want my career and other businesses to focus solely on others.

What’s the most important thing you want people to know about MOTION Stretch Studio? It’s for all people. It is not a massage; this is real work to help correct issues and retain the muscles.

In an ideal world, what would be the balance of exercise to recovery? Each person is different. But a standard rule should be one hour of stretch for every two hours of training.

How do you practice self-care/recovery? MOTION Stretch Studio once a week; and an infrared sauna three times a week, where I choose to meditate.

One thing you would change about wellness or fitness if you could? I wish we could find a way to make wellness about the journey rather than the immediate result of standing on a scale.

Shot on location at Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead


Photography by: Patrick Heagney