Meet our newest #junkiecrush, Bobby H. When he's not twerkin' at ((305)), this Brooklyn-ite is doing stand-up comedy and storytelling. He can #MakeSweatSexy in his own skin in class just like he lives in his own skin on stage -- the boy gets up there and tells his most awkward sex stories. On top of all-a-dat, he writes and is working on a new webseries he co-created. Can you say baller?


How did you get hooked on ((305))?

A friend at my last job coordinated a class for our team. I was getting ready to get married, and I knew I had to find a way to get in better shape. I tried everything -- spin classes, weight training, yoga -- but everything always felt like work. When I went to that first class with my team, I had a total blast. How could you not have a great time when Hannah is twerking upside down on the mirror? 

If you could DJ one ((305)) class, what five songs would be on your must-play list?

That's a hard one! The songs that get me most turnt in class now are  "Black Magic," "Free.k" and "Formation."

If I were going to throw out some new stuff to add to the mix, it'd be Foxes' "Body Talk" or anything by Alex Newell. Maybe something punkier, like Gossip or Le Tigre or Grimes? Also everything's better with more Robyn. I could go on like this all day.


What's your workout schedule like?

I tend to work out at the 9:30 a.m. class, it's early enough to still be a great start to my day but not so early that I need to wake up before dawn. If schedules align, I try to go three times a week.

Which celebrity would play you in a movie about your life, and why?

I'd want to do a gender-flipped version, where I'm played by Tina Fey -- sort of like Cate Blanchett did in that Bob Dylan movie. I just think Tina Fey is hilarious and brilliant, and we both look great in glasses.


If you were reincarnated as a snack food, what would you be and why?

Whichever one is Channing Tatum's favorite.

If you had to sum up your life in one song, which one would it be?

That's another tough one! There's this song "Hold On When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It" by this band Stars that I really like. Even the title is just good advice for anybody.



I have never stuck with a workout for more than three months, and it's been like a year and a half at ((305)). I look forward to it each time, and I always leave feeling great. It's the first time I ever really enjoyed working out.