We all want to be in shape, but making it fit into our schedule and budget isn’t always easy. For the past few weeks, while I’ve been absent from the blog, I’ve felt that same pressure you do, and I teach 5 classes a week! Being super busy with two clients, running the studio, and traveling, my weight-training fell to the waist-side along with my blogging. Oh the guilt that set in!
ClassPass has been the best game in town to satisfy the budget issue. With a $99/month membership, you can go to participating studios in any city and attend classes they post on CP up to three visits a month. If you want to go to a class that’s not posted, or you want to go more often, you have to pay the normal rate.
These two new fitness apps/programs are filling in two HUGE holes in the ClassPass system. You’ll see that Wildfire goes after the fitness fanatic, the other goes after the sporadic.
The drawback for all three is that not all studios participate. For example, if you want to go to SoulCycle, which is super exclusive, you have to book directly through them.
Finally, both are fairly new to the market and therefore not widely available. Keep an eye out when they touch down in your city.
Wildfire gives you unlimited classes in the studios on their roster for $149/month. So if you wanted to RYDE 3 times a week, go to a bootcamp once a week, and do yoga once a week, maybe throw in a barre class, you’re getting over $100/week of classes for about $27.
ZenRez is for the person who can’t plan ahead, just needs to get into a class NOW. Find last minute classes in your area with availability and book a spot for a fraction of the price. I’m not putting RYDE4 on ZenRez simply because our classes are already HALF of what most studios in the are charge.Tweet this!