Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Class Pass Review Pt. 1

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If you can't tell from reading this blog, I'm on a constant search for new fitness regimes and inspiration. I love trying new classes and am always trying to switch things up to keep myself excited and challenged. 

About a week ago I decided to sign-up for Class Pass after some mixed reviews from friends. I have a few friends who love the classes and others who were frustrated by the lack of choice in class times and the short sign-up windows. 

I'm already a member at my local yoga studio (Wanderlust Yoga Austin) and participate in some boot camps my company puts on after work, but I was looking to supplement my workout with a few other classes to keep things interesting. 

 In particular, I really like doing spin and barre classes and wanted a way to throw those in 1-2x a week while still sticking to my yoga/bootcamp routine. Since each of those classes are about $20-25 for drop-ins, Class Pass seemed like a great way to get my money's worth while visiting outside fitness venues. 

You can only go to each studio up to 3x a month, but there are over 100 studios to choose from, so if you wanted to use this as your one workout subscription, it would definitely be a possibility! 

I started out with the free 10 day trial to see how I like it and so far it's going well. I've been to a Pure Barre class and a City Surf Fitness in the past few days and I'm really liking the flexibility that the app allows. It's especially nice if you're a big traveller like I am because Class Pass lets you book classes across the country - not just in  your home city! I'm in Dallas almost every other weekend visiting Jake so this was a huge draw for me. 

I'll make sure to keep you updated on how Class Pass goes and some pros/cons I find along the way. For now, I plan to test it for one paid month once my 10 day trial runs out to see how frequently I use it and if it's worth the money!

Do you use Class Pass? Do you have any tips/tricks to share? 

xxo, Kristen 

p.s. If you sign-up to get emails from them, you might be lucky enough to snag a getting started deal. In the past they've partnered with athletic clothing companies to offer free $100 gift cards when you sign-up. Kicking myself now for not jumping at the Carbon38 collaboration because these workout pants are calling my name.

1 comment:

  1. I would love to try Class Pass but I don't think it's available for Omaha yet.

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