Created in 2009 in New York City by Punk Rope founder, Tim Haft, Beastanetics is a fun and challenging high-intensity interval-training program that relies on the best fitness machine ever invented: the human body.
Our unique, time-tested system will increase your stamina, strength, power, speed, agility, and mental toughness while decreasing your waistline. You’ll run, jump, shuffle, squat, lunge, push, crawl, skip, gallop, and much more.
The Beastanetics program is based on many years of research and testing. We utilize more than 70 bodyweight exercises and a unique 24-second to 16-second work-to-rest ratio.
In addition to a thorough warm-up and cooldown, each class consists of 36 sets of high-intensity drills plus a run, skip, or gallop at the end.
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 the Beastanetics workout is that it makes little difference what shape you’re in at the start. We will safely challenge you no matter where you’re at fitnesswise.
From April through November classes take place in Brooklyn 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.
Each session of Beastanetics ends with a Beast Bash. It would be a shame for all your hard work to go unrewarded. And throughout the program, we actively promote what our students are involved with: fundraisers, art shows, plays, gigs, you name it. Beastanetics is not just a workout. It’s also a community.