Created in 2009, Beastanetics is a high-intensity interval-training program that relies on the best fitness machine ever invented: the human body.
Beastanetics will increase your stamina, strength, power, speed, agility, and mental toughness while decreasing your waistline.
You’ll be able to bound up the subway stairs without feeling like you’re going to die, chase your toddler around for hours on end, and have more energy for the things you most enjoy doing. The best part is that for much of the year (April through November) you’ll get to train in the great outdoors.
Each Beastanetics class consists of the following:
1) a thorough warm-up to prep your mind and body for the work to follow
2) a series of basic calisthenics to challenge your upper body, core, and legs
3) 6 high-intensity drills, each performed for 6 sets
4) a concluding run, skip, or gallop to seal your practice
5) a relaxing cooldown
Our students are a fun, welcoming, and supportive group ranging from early 20s to late 40s. Some are recovering couch potatoes while others have been exercising consistently for years. We’ve even had some former Division I college athletes attend our classes.
The beauty of Beastanetics is that it makes little difference what shape you’re in at the start. We’ll safely challenge you no matter your fitness level.
From April through November classes take place outdoors at McGolrick Park (Greenpoint) and Sternberg Park (Williamsburg/Bushwick).
From December through March, Beastanetics moves indoors to human@ease (31 Nassau Avenue) in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.