At the beginning of the year I decided I wanted to change some things up about my workout routine. I was feeling a little bit in a rut and doing the same workout routine each week, was getting a little boring. So, I decided, to try out Classpass. Before, I go any further, this is not a paid or sponsored post. I am sharing my honest thoughts about Classpass and how it works.
I went ahead and signed up for my free month trial to give it a shot. Hoping it would help me feel a little more motivated to get my butt in the gym. I had been wanting to incorporate more cardio into my weekly routine, but honestly couldn’t really afford the added cost. After looking into other options, I decided on Classpass. Which would allow me to try out all sorts of workouts and studios for one fee ($59 a month)!
HOW CLASSPASS WORKS:
- It’s a monthly membership. You can pick the plan you are interested in based on how many times a week you want to workout.
- Pick from 30,000 fitness studios and gyms across the world — this will come in handy when traveling!
- Every month you get credits to book your classes
- Each class is worth different credit amounts
- Invite your friends to join you and earn credits
- Build a solid workout routine that makes you happy to workout!
I am so happy I decided to give Classpass a try. It has allowed me to try lots of different workouts without the added expense. Currently, I am rotating between Solidcore, a Classic Pilates style class (switch this one up weekly) and Tread Barre. This current routine is allowing me to get more cardio in, which I need, while keeping my favorite strength training workout.
Honestly, I have been feeling so much better about my body and more confident even (hence the cropped tee). I am a firm believer in trying different workouts until you find the one that works for you. You need to check out Classpass too! I know there are several other similar options out there too, including, Studio Hop Fit (only in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Oklahoma City and Tulsa), which I have heard great reviews on as well.
Have you ever considered trying out Classpass or something similar? Let me know your thoughts below.
Thanks for reading! xo, Nataly