Free ClassPass Two Week Trial!

If you know what ClassPass is and want to sign up for a free 2 week trial, click here. (This trial is no longer active but you can still join here.)

The free trial starts at the moment of purchase and it does transition to a regular subscription unless you cancel before it runs out. Directions are on the help desk on how to cancel.


For those that are unfamiliar with ClassPass, keep reading!

I love group exercise classes. When I run, I like to go it alone but for every other physical activity I thrive on a group setting. I become more competitive and I push myself further than I would if I were to do it on my own. Even on my most unmotivated days, once I get into class I can’t not accept a challenge. For people who consider themselves “lazy” when it comes to working out, I always suggest classes for this reason.


My love affair with studio classes began with The Bar Method. I took class religiously for a year 4-5 times a week. I was paying $165 a month so I wanted my monies worth. Even when I was hungover, I would wake up Saturday mornings and get my butt to class because I signed up and didn’t want to get charged with a late cancel fee! I then got really tight hip flexors and bored but spent too much money at Bar to pay to go elsewhere. I dropped my membership and shortly after, I started teaching at Barry’s Bootcamp and then later Burn Fitness Studio.

As a group ex instructor, you get to take classes at the studios you teach at but I did miss indoor cycling and barre classes.

Enter ClassPass.


Many of you know I’m “running” the Nike Women’s Half Marathon with ClassPass in San Francisco in a few weeks. I put running in quotation marks because it will most likely be a 13.1 mile walk/jog event for me and my plus one. When I’m not running 20+ week pregnant, I’m supplementing my program with cross training that is easy on my joints like indoor cycling, Pilates and yoga. It helps keep me strong, injury free and from getting bored.

With a ClassPass membership, you pay $99 a month and can take as many classes as you want from their many, many studios in select cities. This makes it affordable to bounce around fancy studios. I can even take classes when I travel in other cities. The only small hitch is that you can only take 3 classes per studio a month. My favorite studios in Boston are all on it including Recycle Studio, Burn Fitness, BTone, Barry’s Bootcamp and more! Bar Method I should note is not. ClassPass has expanded beyond Boston as well now too, into the ‘burbs.

They are providing my readers with this awesome opportunity because I accepted their half marathon at 29 weeks pregnant challenge.

Your trial will start the day you sign up and will only transition into a regular membership unless you cancel it. You must request to cancel your membership at least one day before the end of your two week trial in order to avoid auto-renewal for the following month. Following any cancellation, however, you will continue to have access to ClassPass through the end of your current cycle.

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Free ClassPass Two Week Trial!

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  • Betty

    i am reposting this because it says best what I want to say. I read these comments on another website. Classpass is marginalizing our Fitness Studios and is forcing them out of business. It is not a good thing.

    The smartest move Soulcycle made was staying a Premium Service and saying no to classpass.

    I have run studios for years. Classpass does not work for studios. Your membership will leave you for classpass once members learn they are paying double what the others in your classes are paying. Your user base will be very angry at you. Incremental revenue is the fantasy that classpass is selling. It does not work out that way. Members abandon studios for classpass. Your loyal user base will not be happy to learn that they are paying $25 and you just sold classes to classpass at $10. You will become a $10 an hour studio and will compete with every other $10 studio around you on a per class basis for users. You will be owned by classpass.

    article against Classpass in the New York Times:

    She would rather pay full price at SoulCycle than see the studio become even more crowded. “I’m like, ‘Please don’t join ClassPass,’ ” she said.

    Fitness Studios must not sign up with Classpass. It puts yours and everyone else’s fitness studio in danger. You cannot simply supplement your income with a little Classpass. That is the fantasy Classpass sells. Membership is critical to a Fitness Studio’s success or failure. Classpass takes this away. It is the money earned “no matter what” — the “recurring membership” that is critical to a fitness studio. Classpass takes this for itself when they take your members. A studio will need 10 regular new classpass members for every membership they lose. This is not happening and fitness studios are beginning to die. Users like Classpass just as they loved restaurant deals on Groupon. Restaurants dropped Groupon because it didnt work. Fitness studios are entering into a deal with the devil that they will not escape from because unlike a single Groupon deal… Classpass is recurring. When they take away your membership it will never come back. Classpass is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. They present themselves as a studio’s friend but really they are taking memberships away from studios. Until and unless Classpass institutes a rule to stop members leaving fitness studios to become members of classpass they are killing fitness studios. Classpass attempts to fake fitness studios out by their rule of only allow a member to go to a specific studio 3 times in a month but that only furthers the Classpass goal by getting members to go to many fitness studios belonging to nobody but Classpass. Already according to the CEO Payal over 50% of Classpass members dropped their memberships with fitness studios to join classpass. By attempting to supplement a fitness studios income using Classpass a studio introduces classpass to all its members and teaches them to use Classpass.

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