Bash Boxing’s second Arlington location is now open at Ballston Quarter, after some delay.
First word of the boxing-focused workout studio’s newest location at 700 N. Randolph Street was reported last August. The studio, which has room for up to 44 people, had its grand opening celebration over the weekend.
“We’re thrilled to open our second location. It’s been busy all weekend, and we’re just getting started,” said co-owner Scott Parker, who also manages several Arlington restaurants.
The studio splits its workouts between boxing on a water-filled training bag and high-intensity interval training, generally lasting 45 minutes.
Bash opened its first studio in Rosslyn last January at 1550 Wilson Blvd, replacing the former Cafe Asia.
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