0

ClassPass Orange County

March 14, 2015
ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

You may have heard me mention ClassPass before, but just in case you don’t remember, I’m gonna break it down for you!

ClassPass is the latest fitness trend that is quickly taking over the workout scene.  Basically, you pay one monthly membership fee for access to tons of local fitness studios and the classes they offer.

You can go to an unlimited number of classes each month – including everything from yoga, pilates & barre to cycle, bootcamp & strength training.  You can only visit each studio 3 times per month, but with so many popular fitness studios on board, it’s fun to try all of the different workouts on offer.

ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

With the introduction of ClassPass Orange County last month, I was invited to give it a try in exchange for some shares on social media.  They also sent me some super fun swag including a really comfy tank top, a tote bag and a pretty water bottle.

ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

I have had a blast trying out a ton of different workouts at studios that I am pretty sure I never would have tried before.  From heated yoga at YogaWorks to Crosscore 180 at Dantian Studio, I have most definitely been living the sweaty life, and loving it!

ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

ClassPass makes it easy to look up classes or studios on their website and choose what workout you want to try next.  You simply reserve your spot online, show up to class and that’s it!

The best part for me has been the fact that, if I reserve the class, I have to go – no excuses to skip a workout!!  It has almost added a level of personal accountability, but it’s also been so much fun; I’ve loved every single workout.

ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

ClassPass is continually expanding to more cities across the country and even internationally.  Membership costs $99 per month, but I have to say that, compared to a traditional gym membership, getting a ClassPass is totally worth it.

I’ve had gym memberships in the past, but I find gyms boring and the prevalence of “lunks” unappealing.  Whereas, the instructors and people I’ve met through the classes I’ve taken have all been fantastic and so nice!

ClassPass Orange County Review | Delightfully Kristi

I love the variety, I love the studios and I love the convenience of finding so many classes with one membership.  The good news is that ClassPass is currently offering a special referral discount.  From now until March 24th, if you use this link (or any of the links I’ve included in this post) to sign up, we both get $25 off for the month!

 

Could your workout routine use a little more variety?  Does ClassPass sound like it would fit your lifestyle??

Have any questions?  Let me know, and I’ll do my best to answer them!

As always, thanks for reading!  :)

Delightfully, Kristi (signature)

 

**The links included in this post are referral links – you receive $25 off your first month if you sign up for ClassPass, and I get $25 off my next month – win win!!  I did receive my first month of ClassPass for free in exchange for social media shares, but this review is entirely my own and consists of entirely my own opinions.  Thanks!  :)

Previous Post Next Post

You may also like

8 Comments

  • Tami

    This would be a wonderful idea in a large metro area. Where I live (middle of Podunk) we have limited work out facilities and most of them are either Snap or 24 Hour Fitness-they don’t offer classes. It would great to be able to try so many different types of classes-muscle memory would never form this way :)

    March 15, 2015 at 6:21 am Reply
    • Kristi

      Yeah, currently they’re located primarily near major cities, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this idea catches on! Maybe something like this will be offered near you soon! :)

      March 15, 2015 at 9:06 pm Reply
  • buttonsandbirdcages

    I LOVED checking out classpass in Columbus – got to do a super cool trampoline class which was great!!

    March 15, 2015 at 7:05 pm Reply
    • Kristi

      That sounds like so much fun!! I remember seeing a photo on your instagram! :)

      March 15, 2015 at 9:04 pm Reply
  • nyrmirez

    This is such a cool idea! If I lived in a bigger city I would give this a try. Maybe when I move to Grad school in DC I’ll see what is available in that area. Thanks for sharing :)

    March 16, 2015 at 4:50 am Reply
    • Kristi

      Absolutely! It’s a lot of fun, and they’re expanding to more and more cities, so who know! :)

      March 16, 2015 at 7:01 am Reply
  • Jessica Dyer

    How can I find out which studios in orange county are participating?

    March 24, 2015 at 10:25 pm Reply
    • Kristi

      Hi! So sorry it’s taken me a while to get back to you, but if you just go to the ClassPass home page (http://classpass.com/) and scroll down, there’s a map of each city with the studios pinpointed on the map. LA and Orange County are lumped together so you have to move the map down to see the studios in the OC, but there are lots! And they’re adding new studios all the time! Hope that helped!! :)

      March 27, 2015 at 7:31 am Reply

    Leave a Reply