Boxing-inspired group fitness chain Rumble is opening its first location in Washington, D.C. at 2001 M Street, between Dupont and West End, in mid-April 2019, according to the company’s press release.
Rumble is currently operating multiple branches in New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. It is also planning to open new stores in Philadelphia, Palo Alto, Chicago, Boston, and Brooklyn.
“We are thrilled to be entering the vibrant Washington, D.C. market and look forward to becoming part of the community,” said Rumble CEO Andy Stenzler.
Rumble’s 45-minute, 10-round, strength, and conditioning class, which is based on the science of boxing, is considered to be the nation’s hottest group fitness concept.
Celebrities like Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin, Jason Derulo, David Beckham, and Kevin Hart are among frequent visitors of the Rumble.
A treadmill-based concept, Rumble Treading, will also be launched by the company in 2019. Another digital platform featuring Rumble content is also in the pipeline.
Rumble 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, the co-founder of Cosí, Kidville, and Anthony DiMarco, former Managing Director, Google.
Visit rumble-boxing.com for more information on Rumble locations and classes.