Rumble is a cardio and strength boxing studio that switches between boxing on a bag and strength conditioning.
Fitness clothes + sneakers.
Every boxer needs (i) wraps (sold for $8) and (ii) gloves (rented for $3).
When you reserve a spot, you’ll pick to start on the floor or bag (if you’ve ever done Barry’s Bootcamp, then this will sound familiar (for better or for worse?)).
If you start on the floor, you’ll start on the reserved workout bench, which contains free weight and, hand weights.
(i) Five min warm up, (ii) three rounds on floor or on bag (wherever you started), SWITCH (iii) three rounds on bag or on floor SWITCH, (iv) two rounds on floor or bag SWITCH (v) two rounds on bag or floor. Total of ten rounds.
Floor conditioning moves, think: curls, push ups, abs, overhead presses (exercises are lit up on the wall via a projector).
On the bag think punching combos (also projected on the wall). In between each bag round, you’ll do an active recovery, like crunches.
Challenging, but doable.
Floor moves are standard strength and conditioning moves, and you can choose the weight that you use.
On the bag, it’s only truly difficult if you’ve never boxed before. In the class that I attended, Rumble didn’t use defensive moves or complicated combos in the bag portion.
Less technique boxing, more cardio workout.
First Timers: $34 buy one class, get one free.
Returners: $34 and Rumble offers packages that reduces the per cost price.
Very trendy and IG friendly.
Spacious lobby and studio.
Cool art on the walls and each locker has a BW photo of famous people from the 80’s and 90’s.
The bags are teardrop and water-filled, instead of long and cylindrical (like Shadowbox).
The instructors and music kill it. You want to be like them.
Start on bag so that you can end boxing.
Full of regulars. People will be Instagramming.
Don’t expect to learn a lot of technique and form.
Rumble's Class Offerings
- 45 min standard class.