On Friday, April 12, Rumble, the boxing-inspired group fitness brand, will open its first location in the Washington area. Rumble is a boxing-inspired group fitness concept. It is a 45-minute, 10-round, full-body strength training and conditioning workout crafted around specially designed water-filled, teardrop-style boxing bags. The music is modern classics that blend relevant music in hip-hop and house with timeless classics (think Biggie and Tiesto) customized into mash-ups and remixes that are specific to the company.
Rumble is the must-visit fitness destination for a slew of A-list celebrities across film, television, music and fashion, including stars like Justin Bieber & Hailey Baldwin, Kendall Jenner, David Beckham, Kevin Hart, and Jason Derulo.
The group fitness class was founded by Noah Neiman (former Barry’s Bootcamp Master Trainer, and cast member of BRAVO’s Work Out New York), Eugene Remm (Founder EMM Group — Catch Hospitality Group, Lexington Brass, Tenjune, SL), Andrew Stenzler (Co-founder Cosí, Kidville), and Anthony DiMarco (13-time IRONMAN, former Managing Director, Google). “We are thrilled to be entering the vibrant Washington, D.C. market and look forward to becoming part of the community,” says CEO Andy Stenzler.
Currently, the company operates multiple locations in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia. In addition to the new D.C. studio, it is expanding to Palo Alto, Chicago, Boston and Brooklyn. Also this year, Rumble will launch a treadmill-based concept, Rumble Treading, and a digital platform featuring exclusive Rumble content. The new fitness concept will be located at 2001 M Street NW (between Dupont and West End). For more information about the new D.C. location and for class schedules, visit Rumble D.C.
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