As the world takes their fitness routines home, ClassPass is bringing the best virtual fitness and wellness experiences straight to your living room, backyard, or wherever you choose to workout. ClassPass has over 2,000 free on-demand workouts that members can now book via ClassPass Livestream classes with studios, gyms, and instructors around the world. Read on to get started!
Let’s get started with live stream classes
1. Search for and book a class
In the ClassPass app, search for a live stream class by typing in the name of your favorite studio, searching by activity, or using the new “Livestream” filter in the app.
Because you’re not headed to a physical location, this is your chance to explore different online workouts with studios around the world. Want to try a hot yoga session live in Paris? HIIT class streaming from Miami? Your ClassPass membership now brings you anywhere, at any time, to sweat with people in over 30 countries.
2. Set up your at-home workout space
A great way to establish consistency in your at-home workout routine is to have a room or area dedicated to exercise. Many ClassPass partners are streaming fitness workouts using platforms like Zoom, YouTube, Instagram Live, and more. When you book a live stream class, all of the details will be shared with you through the app or via email. To make sure you have the best experience, set up your phone, laptop, or device ahead of time, so you don’t miss a beat (or a burpee).
3. Invite friends and family
Now more than ever, it’s important to stay connected with your loved ones. You’ve done a virtual happy hour; now, you can try taking a virtual class together. Invite friends and family near and far to join you in class.
4. Explore new classes from yoga to HIIT and create a routine
Now is your chance to check out that class you’ve always wanted to try but found an excuse to avoid. Now that everything is virtual, feelings of intimidation, doubt, can be put to ease. Use this time to refresh your fitness routine and get out of your comfort zone.
Pro-top: Block workout times on your calendar and plan your days around those blocks. Setting aside this time will help you to be more accountable and less likely to skip.
5. Dress to sweat
Just like any other workout, at-home workouts demand the proper attire to move as effectively as possible. Plus, dressing the part reminds you of your obligations to your workout (in case you get distracted).
6. Reward yourself and stay motivated
Committing to a fitness routine in any situation is hard, especially now. Set goals and rewards based on things like the number of times you work out in a week. Awarding yourself will keep you motivated and will help you stay on track and engaged in your at-home workouts.
How do ClassPass live stream classes work?
How do I sign up for a live stream class?
Customers with a Paused account can access live stream classes within the ClassPass app. You can search for your favorite studio or use the “live stream” filter.
How much do ClassPass Livestream classes cost?
ClassPass pricing varies by Livestream class. Existing members can use rollover credits or purchase additional credits within the app. New and existing members also have the option to book and pay for classes as you go. 100% of proceeds from these purchases will go directly to partners for the next two months.
Where do the classes take place?
Livestream classes are hosted on a variety of platforms, including Zoom, YouTube, Instagram, and more. ClassPass members can access live stream classes via a link in the class details page or through a link provided in their reservation reminder email.
What equipment do I need?
Many of the live stream classes require minimal equipment. If equipment is required, the partner will share this information in the class description, reservation confirmation email, or at the beginning of the live class.
What if I’m not a ClassPass member?
You can still access free on-demand workouts and live streaming classes with no monthly commitments using our pay as you go option.
The original article is on classpass.com.