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If you’re still looking to find the perfect workout for 2020, ClassPass is an amazing platform that can help make your goal possible. While it can sometimes be a hit or miss when starting a new workout, this app makes it easy to try all kinds of classes and helps cater to your specific exercise preferences. It even has different plans in pricing so you can choose whatever works best for you and your bank account.
If you’ve already been eyeing this service for a while or are hesitant in taking the plunge, there’s a special offer that ends today (Feb. 3, 2020) that’s worth considering. While the usual trial offer for new members lasts two weeks, right now, ClassPass is offering a whole month (nine classes) for free. Imagine taking pilates, yoga, dance and boxing without spending a penny!
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Available in many cities across the globe, the plans range in different amounts of credits, which then correlate with pricing. According to ClassPass’ website, the lowest option is 10 credits a month for $19, while the highest plan is 130 credits for $199. Each class will also vary in the amount of credits it costs.
Founded by Payal Kadakia in 2013, ClassPass explained, “Whether we’re bringing together a community of enthusiasts, helping people find the activities that make their true selves come alive or supporting small businesses and studios across the entire globe, we believe that being active is the key to living a happy and healthy life.”
So whether you’re into cycling or want to start a completely new exercise, ClassPass can help you cross off the boxes on your “new year, new you” checklist.
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