by Caroline Cunningham | February 12, 2018 2:57 pm
There are a few gyms in New York that somehow seem to have become the gathering place for all the beautiful people. There’s Dogpound, the “unofficial gym of Victoria’s Secret Angels.” There’s Body by Simone, the “hottest celeb workout in NYC.” And then there’s Rumble Boxing — a boxing workout that incorporates high intensity interval training (HIIT), strength training, and metabolic conditioning for a intense, fast-paced workout.
David Beckham has boxed it out at Rumble with his son. Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin had a fitness date there. Selena Gomez was spotted on her way out the door. And if you look at Rumble’s Instagram feed, it seems that EVERY. SINGLE. PERSON. who works out there is, in fact, a model.
It really only takes a few minutes of Instagram stalking to come to this conclusion: Rumble Boxing is the sweat palace of the professionally H-O-T.
If this sounds like you’re kind of scene, we have good news: The cult-favorite boxing workout is headed to Philly. They currently only have two locations — both in New York — so this would be a preeeeetty cool get for us. While this is all very, very fresh news — according to our source at Rumble, they’re still finalizing a lease on a space here (which, according to Instagram, will be at 1520 Walnut Street) — we’re already super excited to check it out.
Because there’s no set lease, that also means there’s no set opening date so far. Seven days ago, however, they did post a job opening for a group fitness instructor here in Philadelphia. And according to their Instagram comment, they’re planning on landing in Philly in Fall 2018. Woo!
In the meantime, the Rumble team recommends keeping an eye on their social media for more updates, and you’d better believe we’ll be keeping an eagle eye out for any news as well.
This post has been updated.
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