In the past, you could buy a $20,000, $30,000 or even $50,000 treadmill for the office.
But now there are plenty of smaller companies making the same kind of treadmill that can run up to $5,000 per hour.
Orange Theory says it’s working on an indoor version for the more casual office worker.
The treadmill’s “high-tech” design includes a camera, GPS, an accelerometer, gyroscope, gyroscopic sensors and more, and it weighs less than half the average treadmill.
It’s also a little bigger, weighing around 50 pounds, according to Orange Theory.
Orange Theory CEO Jason Miller said it’s not yet finalized, but he expects the company will have the treadmill in stores soon.
“I think that it’s going to be a really cool treadmill,” he said.
The company also sells the “giant” Orange Theory treadmill in more than 100 colors.
That means you can buy it in blue, green, pink, red and even black.
Orange also makes the “Giant” treadmill, which costs $10 million, and is only available in the U.S.
The Giant Orange Theory has the same features as the Orange Theory but weighs more.
The orange theory treadmill is $10k more expensive, but its performance is significantly better, according for the Orange theory company.
You get a much better treadmill than you would on the Orange and Orange theory, Miller said.
And the Orange version is more durable than the Orange.
Miller said he’s optimistic that Orange Theory will have a treadmill in the market soon.
For the Orange, Miller has also created a series of free videos.
He said the videos are part of a larger effort to promote the Orange brand.
“We really feel like Orange is a cool name, so we wanted to do something that people would really love,” he explained.
Miller has created a new video series called “The Goliath” in which he tells the story of a giant, and the company has also launched a “Goliath Tracker” app that lets users track the treadmill’s progress and stats.
The app is free to download.