Fitmob's All-You-Can-Sweat Fitness Passport Comes to PDX

The new service offers unlimited access to group classes and gyms—all day, every day—throughout the city, for just $99 a month.

By Allison Jones December 18, 2014

Get ready to sweat, Rose City. San Francisco-based Fitmob launched service in Portland this week, aiming to offer unlimited, ‘All You Can Sweat’ access to a range of PDX studios, gyms, and outdoor group classes via a mobile app and website for just $99. 

Founded by Lyft investor Raj Kapoor, this concept allows tons of flexibility in workout scheduling, variety, and fitness levels. We're pretty stoked. 

Think of it this way: Instead of paying for that unlimited class card at your yoga, barre, or circuit studio, "Mobbers" get access to that Crossfit gym by your office, the boot camp by your apartment, and every fitness hot spot in between for the cost of membership at a single studio. 

Here's how it works: Once you sign up for a Passport, use the Fitmob app to schedule classes up to two weeks in advance, choosing from over 18 options—like Torque Gym's Crossfit classes on NE Sandy, Jazzercise on East Burnside, cross-conditioning at Portland Outdoor Indoor Nutrition and Training on SE Salmon on North Fremont, hot yoga at Hot Yoga For Life, bike + barre classes at Firebrand Sports on NW 14th, yoga at Pearl Pilates on NW Glisan or Yoga Bhoga on SE Water, kettlebell conditioning at Skogg gym on NW 26th, TRX suspension training or pilates at NW 17th's Studio Blue, or beginner Jiu Jitsu training at Alive MMA on SE Woodstock—with more being added every day.

In addition to a whole host of participating gyms and studios, Fitmob also offers exclusive classes lead by Fitmob trainers at various locations (from party venues to parks) throughout the city, and will add open gym access options, including all amenities, in 2015.

“There are so many great options in the fitness industry, but it is hard to enjoy them all—anytime you sign up for one gym or studio, you miss out on 20 more unless you are willing to shell out hundreds of dollars for multiple memberships,” said Fitmob CEO Raj Kapoor. “Fitmob’s goal is to give people the freedom to get fit the way that works for them.” 

Want to give it a try? Head to the Fitmob website for more info. We'll be trying out the service this month and will report back with our thoughts—stay tuned and stay balanced!

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