Boxing is one of the biggest trends in the fitness world right now, and there might not be a better place to do it than NoHo! We’ve got gyms of every flavor and style, with classes ranging from classic bag sessions to fitness fusion. It doesn’t matter if you’re a boxing beginner or have been doing it for years, there’s plenty of options in the neighborhood to try!
BIA Force: The newest boxing gym in the neighborhood, BIA Force offers a unique fusion fitness class that combines boxing, biking, and (resistance) bands. Hit the bag, tap it back, and do it over again with this intense full-body workout. After the fast-paced workout, take a breather in their saunas. See more here.
Box + Flow: Take it all out on the bag, and then ease back in with yoga. Box + Flow combines boxing and yoga to create a balance-based workout that strengethens mind, body, and soul. Warmup with HIIT on the shadowbox, fight through nine rounds on the bag, and finally end with yoga to bring you back in. Read our spotlight with Olivia Young here. See more about Box + Flow here.
Overthrow Boxing Club: This celebrity hotspot has a grungy aesthetic designed to harken back to New York’s grimier days. Featuring both bags and an underground-style boxing ring classes, this Bleecker Street gym is oozing with cool. Additionally, they offer memberships and private training. Learn more here.
Rumble: Rumble offers bag-based classes for boxers of all skill levels. Ten rounds of high-intensity, full-body workouts make this class an invigorating experience. Boxing with a group? They offer full studio buyouts too! After working the bag, relax and recouperate with their Infrared Saunas! Find out more here.
Work Train Fight: Though they offer classes too, this gym isn’t just about hitting the bag. Work Train Fight offers sparring and regularly hosts Fight Nights on top of traditional group classes. If you’re new, their gym offers personal training! They offer full-venue buyouts for private events in their sprawling 11,000 square foot space. Find more info here.