Founding Trainer - Rumble Boxing
Bodylogix® ambassador, Andrew ‘Andy’ Stern, has been involved in the fitness community since 2011 when he built a college workout program, COREiculum at Monmouth University. He began by volunteering to teach his favorite workouts, during which his passion for fitness evolved. He realized the amazing sense of accomplishment and joy that comes from helping other people achieve their goals. After earning his MBA, he was involved with brand marketing for the New York Road Runners, the Nike Training Club and OrangeTheory Fitness. Andy is currently the General Manager and Founding Trainer of Rumble Boxing. Creating Rumble Boxing was no easy feat, as Andy was forced to work through his grief after the loss of his father. Staying positive and focusing on his health was only possible because his dad was always his biggest supporter and a huge part of the reason Andy began working out as a kid. Andy knew that his father would have wanted him to continue to pursue his passion for the fitness industry and not let anything stand in his way.
Achieving goal after goal, Andy has also accomplished the following: becoming the NPC Men’s Physique Champion, a four-time Tough Mudder and a NYC Marathon runner. Outside of the boxing ring, Andy hosts an annual Wiffle ball tournament, WiffleMania, with all proceeds going to the Wobbly Feet Foundation, funding rare disease research. If he has a little couch time at the end of the day, Andy loves catching up on Law and Order SVU and WWE.
Favorite Way to Sweat
Boxing and Strength Training. Andy’s favorite class, to take AND teach is found at Rumble Boxing. When he’s not at Rumble, he loves to try a variety of HITT classes in NYC or hit the gym.
Favorite Way to Recover Post-Workout
Andy’s go-to is a long shower, followed by a protein shake paired with a rice cake and peanut butter.
More Fun Facts
Nickname: 'Macho Man Andy Savage' is an avid fan of WWE.
Andy partnered with his wife, Julia, to launch Cyberobics in over 150 different gyms in Europe.
Since its founding year, Stern-run WiffleMania has raised over $20,000 for A-T (Ataxia-telangiectasia) research.