Oro, the only personalised health and fitness app created by the coaches behind Olympic athletes and world champions, launches this Summer. The app aims to set a ‘new standard’ for online fitness and nutrition, which takes the science used for professional athletes and helps anyone reach their goals. Oro has been built in partnership with Loughborough University Sport’s Performance Support team - who have supported the likes of Olympic legend Lord Sebastian Coe and world record-holder Paula Radcliffe, to modern day champions including James Wilby, Beth Dobbin, and Sarah Hunter. The team has now taken this expertise and created a fitness and nutrition programme that adapts to you, week-by-week.
On downloading the app, you will be asked a series of questions to determine your current state, your goal and lifestyle. This is used to create personalised weekly exercise and nutrition plans, including workouts and recipes for each meal. The plans will include a mix of cardiovascular sessions and weight training sessions. Oro’s vast range of recipes have been created by professional chefs, foodie influencers and the Loughborough team.
The Weight Loss plan has been designed to create a calorie deficit. Therefore, when following this plan, we envisage your weight to decrease by up to 0.5kg per week. Due to being in a calorie deficit you will start to lose weight. Although you cannot target specific areas for fat loss, overall you should start to feel and look leaner.
The Toning plan has been designed to create a small calorie deficit. Therefore, when following this plan, we envisage that you will lose fat mass albeit at a slower rate. Due to Toning plans being high in protein, you can expect to maintain muscle definition and obtain a lean physique.
The General Fitness plan has been designed to be calorie neutral. Therefore, when following this plan, we envisage there should be no change to your weight, however, there could be changes in your muscle definition. This plan has been designed to maintain good health and consolidate good nutritional habits.
The Muscle Gain plan has been designed to create a calorie surplus. Therefore, when following this plan, we envisage your weight to increase by up to 0.5kg per week. As you follow this plan, you should see an increase in muscle size and definition.