With six little pairs of feet running around the house, it's safe to say that Adam and Danielle Busby don't have much time to themselves, let alone time to run their own business! Yet somehow the stars of TLC's hit show, OutDaughtered, managed to open an indoor cycling studio in League City, Texas — a suburb of Houston — and if you're in town, you can hit up their spin studio and take a class!
According to Rush Cycle's website, the reality star family opened the studio earlier this year with four other people, listed as just Priscilla, Todd, Kylie, and Pete. The site explains that the six owners are "close friends," who live in the same subdivision and share a passion for "being active, getting together with friends, and prioritizing faith and family." For anyone interested in booking a class or buying a class package at Rush Cycle League City, you can do so online. Right now, you can take a trial class for free. Yasss. After that, packages run anywhere from $64 a month to $159 a month.
The Busby's are having a competition! Both Adam @adambuzz & I @dbusby have each posted a photo and we need you to "like" which one you think is better out of the two! For all you "voting"...remember 💁🏻🤰🏻...I gave birth to these quintuplets 😘😁😉 #RushLCTX #mommagonnawin #needanightoff #jusysaying #outDaughtered #itsabuzzworld
On tonight's new episode, the couple decided to host a photo contest at the studio, with the prize being one night and one morning off from their chaotic household. Not bad! Sadly for Danielle, Adam earned more likes on his photo, though she claims that since she has fewer followers, her ratio of followers to likes should have earned her the top spot. Sorry, D!
In an interview with StyleBlueprint earlier this year, Danielle said, "I’m excited to be getting involved in the fitness industry because it’s a passion of ours. We’re going into it with two other couples, who are great business people but also great friends of ours." She added, "I look at nothing but greatness because failure is not an option."
On May 27, the co-owners hosted a charity event at their studio for Hand to Hold, a nonprofit organization that carefully matches parents of preemies with parents in need of support. A few days before the big event, Adam took to social media to explain why this cause is so near and dear to their hearts. After all, they're the parents of the only all-girl set of quintuplets in the country. In the lengthy post, he wrote, "I love Danielle's heart for serving and helping others. With everything that she has going on, she still keeps this a focus and is always thinking of others before herself. Our NICU journey was one of the hardest times in our life, but also one of the most rewarding." He added, "Hand to Hold’s vision is to enable a network of families to offer support, comfort, and understanding to one another, and to provide them with knowledge, information, and resources to reduce the impact of a NICU stay and ensure the best outcome for their children and family."
Luckily, although since Hurricane Harvey ripped through the southern coast of Texas last week, there is no damage to the studio. Adam tweeted, "No flooding at the studio. We had a little rain that blew under the doors." We also know that their house has been minimally impacted thus far. “Luckily we’re in a two-story house — we can always go up,” Adam said about their home in a Facebook live video. “We have power, we have Internet. Our spirits are high, our hearts are heavy for the people that haven’t fared so well in this area and around the state of Texas.”
OutDaughtered airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on TLC.