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Kick Some Fitness Ass With ClassPass

Today’s Killer Startup: ClassPass





Elevator Pitch

ClassPass hooks you up with unlimited classes in gyms and studios in your city.


Why It’s A Killer Startup

By now most of us have probably let our health-related New Year’s resolutions falter, if not fall. Keeping up with fitness is one of those life things can seem overwhelmingly difficult and often too expensive.


While the motivation to work out can be found in other apps, ClassPass addresses the price issue by offering access to as many classes per month as you’d like, for the cost of between $79 and $99, depending on your city. Whether you’re searching for yoga, strength training, dance, or old school step classes, the studios on ClassPass have it all.


While the app does limit users to three visits to each studio every month, the sheer number of offerings means that even the most fanatic fitness lover should have no problem getting their fill.


The app itself is modern, streamlined, and makes finding and signing up for classes as easy as a couple of taps. You can reserve your spot in-app and you don’t have to print anything or even show them an email when you show up for your class – just bring a photo ID and you’re good to go.


And if it turns out that ClassPass isn’t working for you? They have a no-penalty cancellation policy for any time you want to let it go.


So what did your resolution for this year include? Were you planning on stretching it out with yoga classes, jamming to some Latin beats, kicking ass in cardio? How well have you stuck to it? If you’re searching for some inspiration to get re-started on your fitness plan, download ClassPass and start searching for options in your city today.



Searching for yoga? cardio? weights? Check out the unlimited fitness classes on @classpass. #workout #doyouevenliftbro


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Author : Emma McGowan

Emma is a proud native of Burlington, Vermont, who has lived in six different countries over the past two years. She's living and loving the global nomad life and writing about technology and startups everywhere she goes. Check out more of her writing about tech on (the more titillating stuff) KinkAndCode.. Follow her on Twitter @MissEmmaMcG.

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