Whether you’re a New York City fitness studio obsessive or just starting to get acquainted with matcha, one thing is clear: Wellness has undergone a dramatic shift into the spotlight. Which begs the question: Where is it heading next?
For 110 Well+Good readers last Wednesday, May 2, there wasn’t one definitive answer. But wherever we’re going, all signs pointed to the fact that judgment-free sisterhood, good beats, sweaty workouts, and snacks will be there. Like, lots and lots of snacks.
The occasion? Our Next Gen of Wellness workout with Quest Nutrition, in celebration of our hand-picked list of rising wellness icons who are changing the game. After two back-to-back circuit-training style sessions at buzzy boxing studio Rumble, readers snacked on crave-worthy Quest Bars and took entire boxes home—along with a serious dose of vibes.
Keep reading for an inside look at the buzzy workout.
Before stepping into the high-vibe studio for the high-intensity (but totally beginner-friendly) method, the champions-for-the-night grabbed the essentials: hand wraps, boxing gloves, water, and a badass attitude.
Rumble founding trainers Andy Stern and Joe Ferraro led the group through a warmup and shadow-boxing session, and every class-goer left the room with six new moves.
No stagnation here. Ten rounds of high-powered bouts (with completely beginner-friendly moves) are designed to fire up muscles and stimulate your mind.
Rumble’s boxing bags are filled with water, which is easier on joints and muscles without skimping on effectiveness (as these class-goers can attest).
Newbie boxers refueled with protein-filled Quest Bars and electrolyte drinks to re-hydrate. Naturally, the favorite flavors of some of our Next Gen of Wellness stars—Cookies & Cream, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and White Chocolate Raspberry—were fully stocked.
To end the seriously inspiring event on a upbeat note, every attendee went home with a fully loaded swag bag stocked with face masks, socks, and a full box of Quest Bars. The future (workouts) look bright.
Photos: Tim Gibson for Well+Good
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