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    ClassPass Is Offering A Free 2-Week Trial So You Can Finally Try Out Fancy Fitness Classes

    It's time to ~werk~ on that fitness.

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    Welcome, all, to the land of health and fitness. Maybe you're completely new, or maybe you're a seasoned vet. Either way, I'm here to tell you about some pretty exciting news from my dear friend, ClassPass.

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    What is ClassPass? Well, it's a fitness membership that provides access to a network of studios around the globe. You can take cycling classes, strength-based classes, yoga, pilates, boxing, and so much more!


    How does it work? It's pretty simple. It's a credit-based system, meaning you choose the amount of credits you wish to pay for per month. With those credits, you sign up for whatever classes your heart desires via the ClassPass app.

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    The more credits you pay for per month, the more classes you can take. For New York classes (where I'm located), the average class is eight credits. You can book classes directly through the app, keep track of upcoming classes, star your favorite gyms, connect with friends, rate classes after they're completed, and get access to ClassPass Live. What's ClassPass Live? It's a streaming service that lets you access workouts if you can't actually be there in-person.

    Above is an older screenshot from the app on my phone. You can see a couple of my past classes and some achievements!

    Now it's time for that bit of exciting news I mentioned earlier (insert drumroll here). ClassPass is offering a *2-WEEK FREE TRIAL* so you can test it out and see how you like it!

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    YES, TWO FULL WEEKS FREE!! This means that for two weeks, you'll get a 45-credit plan. This equals 4–8 classes depending on what classes you choose and where you are located. Classes range in credit value for various reasons. Classes at peak times tend to be worth more credits (think: before work in the morning, after work in the evening, morning classes on a weekend). Also, classes using special equipment may be worth more credits since it's a smaller amount of people that can workout at once (think: cycling, pilates reformer).

    Once your free two weeks is over, you'll have the option of going into a billable membership, or you can cancel. Prices range based upon what city you're in.

    Now you may be thinking, "But what's so special about ClassPass?" Below is a list of great features that make this fitness membership worth it, IMHO:

    The plan is flexible. You choose when you want to workout and where.

    You can try a slew of different types of workouts. Feel like boxing? Sure. Wanna try a HIIT-based workout? Go ahead. Never taken an aerial fabric ribbon class before? Now you can.

    You can workout anywhere! Traveling to another state for work? No problem. Taking a vacation and want to book a class while there? Totally possible.

    ClassPass will recommend classes based upon your goals if you're feeling stumped on what to try next.

    Tons of ratings and reviews are available so you can check up on a class before actually signing up.

    You'll get access to the ClassPass community to stay in touch with friends and instructors. You can also visit the community blog for info about classes, food tips, and so much more!

    • If you need to take a break from ClassPass, you can join the Lite program or put your membership on hold. The Lite program is the cheapest option, and therefore the least amount of credits.

    If you run out of credits one month, you can purchase more individually or as a pack. And if you don't use all your credits in one month, they'll roll over up to 10 to your next month.

    You can cancel any class up to 12 hours before without a late fee. If you miss a class without canceling, you will be charged a late fee within seven days of the class. This method holds you responsible!

    The app comes with different achievement markers to help motivate you. For example, I just received a 50-class badge for completing 50 classes so far! You can see all your achievements in one convenient place and even share them on Facebook or Twitter.

    There are no studio limits! If you really love one gym, you can visit that gym as many times as you want within one credit cycle.

    Still not convinced? Here are some stats that speak for themselves:


    ClassPass is a fitness membership for everyone! It's customizable to your lifestyle and a great option for those always on-the-go. I've had it for over a year now, and really love it. The app is user-friendly and allows me to filter classes based on my preferences. I can easily keep track of my upcoming classes, see what instructors are teaching each class, and what the class entails.

    I feel best when I can vary the type of workout I'm doing, and ClassPass allows me to do that. It helps me to work my body in different ways so I don't feel like I'm doing the same routine each time. I also had a great experience with their customer service. After one class, I accidentally was marked absent when I was, in fact, there. I got an email that since I didn't cancel the class in advance, I was going to be charged the $15 cancellation fee. I contacted customer service and sent a few screenshots of my completed class via the app on my phone, and the charge was removed immediately! They were quick to respond, and very eager to help.

    So, what are you waiting for?? Sign up for your Free 2-Week Trial* here.

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    *As a heads up, trials can vary by location. Trials in larger cities like New York or Los Angeles are two weeks, but trials in smaller locations with less class options available can be up to one-month free! To check how long your trial is, input your location before signing up.

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