Over the past year I’ve become quite the fan of fitness classes, and they’ve really changed how I feel about exercise. I used to think that I hated exercise, but the truth is that I really just hated going to the gym. Ever since I started taking classes, though, I love to exercise in a way I never realized I could. Not to mention that there are just so many amazing fitness studios here in New York!
So when FitReserve recently reached out to me and offered to let me try their multi-studio fitness membership, I was all about it.
So What is FitReserve?
FitReserve is the ultimate fitness membership that allows you to mix and match classes from a curated selection of the top studios in NYC, at over 50% off retail. FitReserve provides access to full studio schedules and peak class times, plus access to exclusive insider studio and partner perks, events and more.
I had used a similar monthly fitness class membership in the past, so I was familiar with the concept. What really sets FitReserve apart, though, is that ability to access peak class times. FitReserve also has 3 monthly plan options, ranging from 5 class per month to 20 classes per month.
Another awesome perk of FitReserve – for every referral you can receive $100 off your next billing cycle + your friend will receive $50 off his or her first month. Umm, yes please.
FitReserve is partnered with 165 studios with over 12,000 classes across NYC, including Yoga, Pilates, CrossFit, boot camp, barre, cardio dance, HIIT, TRX, indoor cycling, boxing, rowing and more.
I’ve been having so much fun trying out the different classes, including ones that I would probably never brand out and try if it weren’t for the multi-studio option. For example, a few weeks ago I took my very first boxing class at Work Train Fight. It was a great workout that really challenged me. I’ve needed some more strength training in my workout routine, so it was a great way to get that while still being fast-paced and fun.
Some other great classes I’d recommend via FitReserve:
Core Fusion Barre
I can’t wait to try more classes – will be sure to share them when I do!
Please note I was compensated by getting a free trial to use FitReserve.
What’s your favorite type of fitness class? Is FitReserve something you’d be interested in if it was in your city?