If you’ve been taking fitness guru Isaac Boots’ incredibly popular Torch’d Instagram Live classes throughout the pandemic, you can join Boots – AKA Isaac Calpito – in person this summer in the Hamptons.
The celeb trainer – who counts Kelly Ripa, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lisa Rinna, Ariana Grande, Priyanka Chopra, Hugh Jackman, Brooke Shields, Lucy Liu, Vanessa Hudgens, Ramona Singer, Jessica Chastain, Faye Dunaway and many other notable names as fans – presents his beloved Torch’d™ workout – “a vigorous flow of body resistance, dance conditioning and intense targeted repetition to fire up and transform your body” – daily on Instagram at 11:00 a.m. Through the intense sweat sessions, Boots raised $1.2 million for No Kid Hungry during the pandemic.
This summer, he is turning his attention to the East End Fund for Children (EEFC), seven local charities comprised of Bridgehampton Child Care & Recreational Center, Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE), Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, i-Tri, Project MOST, The Retreat and Southampton Youth Association.
“The Children’s Museum and the six other nonprofits involved in the East End Fund for Children are very excited to partner with Isaac this summer. His exercise classes are a fantastic way to work out and have fun at CMEE while helping support vulnerable kids in our community,” said Stephen Long, Children’s Museum of the East End President.
Boots’ special “Torch’d™ Live! From the Hamptons” series will take place June 19 through September 5 – with classes on Saturdays and Sundays at the amphitheater of the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton. A portion of the proceeds will support the vital local charities.
“I couldn’t be more excited to lead classes at the Children’s Museum of the East End this summer,” Boots shared. “It will be an opportunity to work out with my Boots Babies in person while having fun and raising money for seven incredible organizations whose initiatives benefit local Hamptons children and teens.”
Tickets are currently on sale and Torch’d has joined forces with tech partner, Talent Hack to provide a seamless booking experience for class-goers.
“I am honored that the Children’s Museum is hosting this special Residency,” Boots added.
For those unable to secure a spot, there will be a waiting list where interested participants can sign up to be notified of last minute availability, additional classes, and more news about the Residency. The series will also stream live to Boots’ global following.
Talent Hack has also joined forces with Gurney’s Montauk to bring fitness and talent influencers from New York City to “The End” for a variety of workouts. “Talent Hack is thrilled to partner with Issac Boots to power his pop-up classes at The Children’s Museum of the East End, as well as the summer residency program at Gurney’s,” Alexandra Bonnetti, CEO of SPACES by Talent Hack, noted. “Through our SPACES platform, we are able to provide a seamless booking experience for Isaac’s clients and the guests at Gurney’s, as well as curate a well-rounded and exciting fitness program for the resort all summer long.” SPACES by Talent Hack classes at Gurney’s will be held on Saturday and Sunday.
“Torch’d™ Live! From the Hamptons” isn’t the only philanthropic efforts Boots has been working on. He is championing nurses and frontline hospital workers suffering from severe stress-related symptoms after their tireless work over the past 15 months battling the COVID-19 pandemic through “Isaac’s Dance + Donate Challenge,” in association with NYU Langone Health.
And, fans of Boots’ stylish workout attire can shop a selection of unique products personally curated by the Torch’d™ founder at “Torch’d Shoppe by Isaac Boots,” a pop up retail store that will debut later this summer.
For more information, visit isaacboots.com.