When ClassPass contacted me to see if I'd be interested in trying their service for a month, I didn't even hesitate to say yes. For a flat fee (around $80 depending on your area), ClassPass lets you try out different workout studios in your area. You can go to an unlimited number of classes, however, you can only visit the same studio (or company, Jazzercise, for example) 3 times per month.
What I liked most:
- Accountablity. For me, it's all too easy to change my mind and not go to a workout. With ClassPass, you have to sign up in advance and pay a late fee if you cancel at the last minute. I liked being able to reserve a class ahead of time so that I'd be sure to put in in my calendar and actually go.
- Variety. This was probably my favorite feature of ClassPass, the idea that you can try so many different types of workouts. I tried a yoga class, some barre classes, and even went back to my old Jazzercise studio. If you're not sure what kind of workout you like (or you just like doing a variety of workouts), ClassPass is perfect for you.
- User-Friendly. The website is so easy to use, it tracks the classes you've taken and shows a calendar of classes available to reserve. Once you reserve a class it emails you your reservation and then sends you a reminder the day before the class. On the reservation, it also clearly shows the address of the studio, what you need to bring (if anything), and how early to arrive.
I had a great experience with ClassPass, and I think it's an awesome concept. I absolutely loved having the opportunity to try it, and therefore try some classes I may never have had the chance to. Thanks ClassPass!
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