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ClassPass vs. Boutique Fitness Studios: Which Is the Right Fit for You?

Are you tired of feeling like a hamster on a wheel at the gym

Does the thought of slogging through another mind-numbing elliptical workout make you want to hit snooze on your alarm?

If you’re looking for a fun, effective way to mix up your fitness routine, you may be considering ClassPass or sticking with one particular studio and signing up for their classes and personal training sessions.

to classpass or not
** Classpass users have access to an app which lists all partner gyms and available classes that the gym has allowed access to Classpass users

On one hand, ClassPass has its benefits. You get to try a variety of classes at different studios, and you can mix up your routine as often as you’d like. Plus, you get to feel like a fitness explorer discovering new classes and working out in new places.

It’s also like a game of fitness roulette, will you get a workout that leaves you feeling energized or one that leaves you regretting what you ate last night?

But let’s be real, when you’re always trying something new, you may not get the individualized attention that can help you reach your goals.

In a new class, you’ll spend half the time trying to figure out what to do, and the other half feeling like an uncoordinated flamingo doing squats.

On the other hand, committing to a specific studio can have its benefits.

When you attend the same classes regularly, you’ll build a relationship with the instructor and they’ll be able to give you useful feedback that helps you correct your form and keep your fitness goals on track. You might even build a relationship with your fitness buddies who will support and encourage you, and you might even make a new best friend who shares your love of burpees (because misery loves company, right?).

But what about personal training, you say?

Well, when you sign up for personal training at a specific studio, you’re getting one-on-one attention from a fitness professional who can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses and design a workout plan that’s tailored to your specific needs and goals. You might even bond with your trainer over your shared love of pizza and end up trading recipes (not that you’ll be eating pizza on the regular).

So, what are the cons of sticking with one studio? Well, if you’re someone who gets bored easily, it might be a challenge to stick to the same routine.

But here’s the thing: if you’re working with a great instructor and a supportive community, you’ll find that each class is unique and challenging in its own way.

And if you’re still feeling restless, you can always switch things up by trying a different class at your studio. And let’s be honest, the post-workout smoothies, selfies and chats over coffee at the studio may be tempting enough to keep you coming back.

At the end of the day, the choice is yours.

If you’re someone who loves surprises and discovering new things, ClassPass might be the way to go.

But if you’re looking for a community of supportive individuals, a great instructor, and a customized workout plan, sticking with one particular boutique fitness studio is the way to go.

After all, when it comes to fitness, consistency is key.

And with the right studio and instructor, you’ll be motivated to show up every day and crush your fitness goals????.

Coach Noel
Team Lead @ DailyMuscle

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