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Fitness Classes Cost Less The More Gym-Goers Work Out

Fitmob's new membership model puts conventional gym packages to shame.

Serena Chu
Serena Chu on January 24, 2014.

Fitmob is offering a new kind of gym membership that lets people meet their fitness goals without breaking the bank. Instead of going to the same neighborhood gym day in and day out, people can locate the nearest and most interesting class around them with the website’s accompanying smartphone app. While the app was designed to simplify fee transactions, it also serves as a community resource for people seeking motivation during the toughest of sweats.

As much as the app is an awesome bonus, what truly makes Fitmob unique is its membership price, which drops for as long as people are willing to stick to their rigorous workouts.

The first time people sign up for a work out with the site in a given week, they will pay $15. Come back around a second time and the price for two classes drops to $10 per session. And if people decide to show up three times a week, each work will cost a measly $5. The aim of this model is to provide unmotivated people with a financial incentive that can get them excited about shedding excessive weight.

Maybe 2014 is the year people will follow through with their “get healthy” resolutions. If you want to try out the Fitmob model, please visit here.

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Source: Mashable

Images: Fitmob

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