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  • Unlimited fitness classes for a flat fee
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    Angie Chung (2015) ©
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Unlimited fitness classes for a flat fee

Are you considering signing up to yoga? Do pilates strike your fancy? Or are you tempted by barre? Fitness start-up ClassPass is questioning why people should have to commit to a single kind of class at all. Instead, it allows people to attend as many classes as they'd like for a flat monthly fee.

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