SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Barry’s Bootcamp, a “boutique lifestyle brand” that aims to reduce waistlines and other troublesome body parts, is expanding its New York footprint with a brand-new exercise studio in Scarsdale.
The celebrity-adored fitness chain promises an “immersive and transformative full-body workout experience” at its 3,000-square-foot industrial space.
Located at 1142-44 Wilmot Road, the studio will be Barry’s ninth in the Empire state. It officially opened on Saturday, Dec. 17.
The chain, which has 26 such studios spread around the globe – including London and Oslo, Norway -- says its “signature high intensity workout” helps 40,000 people a week “quickly change their bodies and get into the best shape of their lives.”
It also boasts of a “cult-like following” made up of professional athletes, editors, captains of industry and A-list celebs.
“Barry’s has established a dedicated following in New York City, and many of our existing clients live in or near the Scarsdale area,” said CEO Joey Gonzalez. “The demand for a studio on the outskirts of the city was extremely high and we’re excited to expand our community.”
Barry’s’ hour-long classes combine treadmill runs with weight training and resistance exercises. It promises that no class is ever exactly the same so participants “never plateau.”
Customers can reportedly burn off as many as 1,000 calories in one session – which could come in handy this time of year when a lot of folks are tempted by Christmas cookies and egg nog.
The workouts also can relieve some of the stress and fatigue associated with the holidays, Barry’s said.
The studio, which is located inside the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center, has 20 customized Woodway treadmills and dozens of benches for strength training circuits.
Barry’s Scarsdale also has a shop that sells its own brand of performance apparel and “stylish athleisure collections.”
And if that’s not luxe enough, Barry’s' “Fuel Bar" serves smoothies and healthy snacks, and its full men’s and women’s locker rooms are “stocked with premium products.”
For more information, visit barrysbootcamp.com .