Have you heard of Class Pass? It’s an online fitness membership that gives you access to a variety of fitness studios for a monthly fee. You can check out as many studios as you want, and can attend each one up to 3x each month. Class Pass just started in Orange County and I recently had the opportunity to try it out for a month.
One thing I noticed right off the bat was how easy it was to schedule and book your classes. You can filter by date, location, or class and then just click schedule on the one you want. Class Pass will automatically add a reminder to your Google calendar, and you have up to until 12 hrs before class to cancel (canceling any time after that will result in a $20 cancellation fee).
Since I already do a lot of crossfit and running, I wanted to use Class Pass for things I wouldn’t normally do like yoga, barre, and spinning. Here are the classes I took:
Spinning at YAS:
One of the things I liked about YAS was the fact that it you didn’t have to rent shoes or pay for any extras which was nice. However, I found the class to be a bit lackluster and the instructor not the most motivating, so it was a bit of a disappointment.
Vinyasa Flow at EKAM Yoga:
I’m definitely NOT a yogi, but I love the way my body feels after a good yoga class. The environment at EKAM yoga was warm and inviting, and I loved how my legs felt looser after the class. I’m definitely planning on returning to EKAM Yoga in the future for some more classes.
Spinning at Full Psycle:
I’ve taken Full Psycle classes in the past and LOVED them. I don’t spin there too often due to budget, but every time I go to class I get a killer workout. The leaderboard can be a bit intimidating at times, but all the instructors are super motivating and deliver a kick-ass workout. Plus, I love how they send you your stats after each class.
A few years ago I was all about the barre, attending classes 3-4x a week. Then I got more into running and crossfit and barre kind of fell by the wayside. It was fun to return to a barre class and revisit that all-too familiar thigh shaking feeling when you are pulsing in low squats.
Overall I really enjoyed my experience with Class Pass! In the future I’d love to give it a go again, mainly because it got me back into yoga again which was much-needed.
Interested in checking out Class Pass for yourself? Here are a couple of ways:
You can try a 1-week trial of Class Pass for only $10.
You can sign up for your first month for $100*.
If you are interested in checking out new fitness studios or just looking to shake up your routine, then I highly recommend Class Pass! It’s the perfect way to start spring off on the right note.
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