NYC-based Fitness Startup ClassPass Goes Launches In Singapore
We’ve read about it. We’ve heard about it. And now, the long wait is over.
We can finally experience the famed NYC-based fitness subscription service, ClassPass. And to make things sweeter, there’s a 2-month free trial to kickstart our fitness journey.
The founders of ClassPass
2 months free trial, no strings attached
ClassPass is giving F45 and GuavaPass a run for their money as they offer users 2 months worth of fitness classes for free. I kid you not.
After signing up, users will receive 200 credits to book around 28-31 classes.
Do take note that the 2 months trial starts immediately upon registration, not when you attend your first class.
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How it works
Those familiar with fitness subscription services will have no problems understanding ClassPass’ modus operandi. Users pay a monthly set fee to access a stellar list of gyms and studios across the city.
And with ClassPass, you can also visit renowned studios, among them WeBarre, Freedom Yoga, boOm and Anthem. From spinning classes at Ground Zero to high-intensity interval training at Uppercut Boxing, users can expect a plethora of fitness experiences.
ClassPass operates on a credit-based system that allocates different credits to each studios. Members are given a set amount of credits each month and they can decide where and how they want to spend it.
This means that the number of classes you can attend each month varies, depending on how you spend your credits. High-credit classes are held at established gyms, while newer gyms offer classes for fewer credits.
Now that you know how ClassPass works, you can gather your #fitspo buddy and work up a sweat across Singapore!
A good news for its members is that they can use the same credits while travelling, since ClassPass works with more than 10,000 fitness partners across over 50 cities globally.
Now, you have no excuse to not workout.
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