Everest

planner calculates what your distance will be in an Orange Everest 🏔 workout, based on one of the predefined strategies below.
Unlike a normal pacing chart, this planner gives you the flexibility to have a mix of push, base & all-out during the climb.
When is the next ?
It has not been announced yet.
The last one was on
8/9/2022
, and it is expected to come again at around
3/13/2023
, based on an average of
216 days
between each Everest 🏔. (You can find all the data in .)

Last updated on
8/10/2022
Added data from r/orangetheory’s 8/9 benchmark survey.
How To Use?
Pick your class type (2G vs 3G)
Find a strategy below that fits your style.
Pick your starting pace.
Figure out how much you need to adjust based on the hill climb, or anything else your strategy of choice required.
Look at Estimated distance* to see how far you hit by the end of the workout.
Check this
to include a
1%
adjustment to account for tread’s ramp up, machine calibration issue or human error.
(Not sure what it is? Leave it checked ✅, and you can find more context
.)
Strategies
✏️ Are you taking a 2G or 3G class?
✅ 2G
3G

💡 Your
2G
Orange Everest will be
23
minutes long.
Power Walk & All-Out
Power walk for the entire incline portion of the benchmark. As it reaches flat road (1% incline), go for an aggressive push then all-out!
Flow
Uphill 📈 + Downhill 📉
Start with power walk at
4
mph 👈 This is your tread speed!
Flat Road 💆 (Inline
1%
at minute
21
)
Bump up to an aggressive push at
7.5
mph for
1 minute
Go all-out at
7.5
mph in the last
1 minute

🐞 A bug with this strategy was fixed on
8/9/2022
. If you have used the planner before
8/9/2022
, please re-enter your pace info to get an updated estimate. Sorry for the inconvenience. 🙇‍♂️
Estimated Distance*:
1.65mi

Run, Power Walk, then All-Out
Start with base or push pace. As incline goes above
4%
, change to power walk. As incline drops below
6%
, go to base or push. Finish it with an aggressive push then all-out.
Flow
Uphill 📈
Start with base at
7.5
mph
As incline hits
4%
at minute
3
, change to power walk at
4
mph
Maintain the pace till you reach the top.
Downhill 📉
Continue to power walk as the incline comes down.
As incline drops to
6%
at minute
19
, go pack to base at
7.5
mph
Flat Road 💆 (
1%
incline)
Bump up to an aggressive push at
7.5
mph for
1 minute
Go all-out at
7.5
mph in the last
1 minute

Estimated Distance*:
1.941mi

Slow Down As Incline Goes Up
Start with your base or push. As you climb the hill, drop the pace by
0.1+
mph for every
1%
incline bump. As you come down, pick up the pace by
0.1+
mph for every
1%
incline drop. Wrap up the block with a push & all-out.
Flow
Start with base or push at
7.5
mph
Uphill 📈
Drop the pace by
0.3
mph for every
1%
bump in incline
Downhill 📉
As you come down, bump up the pace by the same amount (
0.3
mph ) for every
1%
drop in incline
Flat Road 💆 (
1%
incline)
Bump up to an aggressive push at
7.5
mph for
1 minute
Go all-out at
7.5
mph in the last
1 minute

💡 At the hill top (
15%
), your pace will be
3.6 mph
Estimated Distance*:
2.21mi
Can you beat your peers*? 🥇
Adjust the Filters below to see how your goal / PR compares against your peers*.
Filters
Clear
Format:
✅ 2G
3G
Style:
✅ Runner
Walker
Gender:
✅ Female
Male
Nonbinary
Age:
00
Height:
ft
in
Weight:
lbs
New to OTF (Joined OTF < 6 months ago)?
Benchmark:
Blank

Analysis
# data points
1909
Average:
1.951mi
Bottom 25%:
1.74mi
Median:
1.93mi
Top 25%:
2.15mi
Top 10%:
2.34mi
Top 5%:
2.497mi
Top 1%:
2.74mi

How do you define peers*?
Age: Within
3
years
If your age is
35
, then your peers will be between
32
to
38
.
Height: Within
3
inches
If your height is 5’7, then your peers will be between 5’4 to 5’10.
Weight: Within
7.5
lbs

💡 Please note that there are quite a few data points missing critical demographics data.

When applying filters, those data points will be dropped to ensure you’re only comparing against your true peers. 🙏
Useful Links
🤓 : Exports your in-studio workout data as CSV.
Wiki on benchmark
: Motivational quotes from OTF — ‘cuz we all need that extra push from time to time
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