Trevor Linden photographed with young Canucks fan ahead of Orangetheory Fitness Studio opening in Abbotsford

People can pre-register for fitness classes at the new location starting today

Trevor Linden was in Abbotsford today to promote the opening of an Orange Theory Fitness location.

The Vancouver star was photographed with this young Canucks fan just after 12 p.m. at the new location in South Fraser Gate Mall on Tretheway Street.

“We are excited to bring Orangetheory Fitness to the Abbotsford community and help members live healthier, more vibrant lives,” said Linden, “and can’t wait for Abbotsford residents to become part the Orangetheory family and start seeing results from the science-backed, high-energy workout, regardless of fitness level.”

Abbotsford’s Orange Theory Fitness Studio is allowing all interested parties to pre-register for fitness classes starting today.

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