1. A Heavyweight Legacy Fights On Club: EverybodyFights
Location: 295 Madison Ave. Social Media/Web: everybodyfights.com @everybodyfights Why EveryBody Fights: What started as a weight-loss project escalated into a 16-0 pro career and now five-city expanding franchise for George Foreman III, son of the legendary heavyweight champion. Consider EBF the Amazon of boxing clubs: Old-gym grit meets high-end amenities (two rings, weight room, tons of cardio machines, even yoga) to create a one-stop fight-and-fitness experience for boxing and fitness enthusiasts. “One day you can do your bag, one day you do your work, one day you do your shadowboxing and technique. Put it all together, you’re doing a authentic boxing training camp,” Foreman says. In the ring, learn proper punch technique in EBF’s Mittwork class, then take your knowledge and fury to the heavy bags for its signature Trainx360 classes. Each class will feature actual knockdown sequences from hundreds of historic and classic fights. “My favorite was Sugar Ray Robinson’s in his  fight against Jean Stock: a jab, right cross, left hook to the body, left hook to the head, and a straight right down the center,” Foreman recalls.