Exclusive: You can workout in different cities with FITPASS for Rs. 999 by 2017
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Fitness is hard for most people and more so for people with steady jobs and irregular schedules. While it is a dream to workout 5 days a week, people tend to give up on their gyms, sports or daily exercise just out of inconvenience of creating a habit and boredom.
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From giving you personalized recommendations on where and how to workout to selling merchandise on their app and website to enable more mobility, they’re trying to make fitness interesting for you.
Fitpass defines itself as a revolutionary monthly membership that gives users the freedom to work out when you want, where you want and how you want in just Rs 999.
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AdvertisementAnyone can freely workout anywhere, anytime across 1250+ gyms and fitness studios in Delhi NCR. With its association with 1250+ gyms like Gold Gym, Snap Fitness, knock out etc which can provide more than 100000+ options with different types of workouts like yoga, dancing, gyming, aerobics, skating, Martial Arts etc.
So you can be assured, you can decide where to work out at the last moment possible.
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Akshay Verma, Co-founder, Fitpass talked to Business Insider and shared that very soon, Indian traveling professionals can experience FITPASS in all major cities with no trouble, ‘After visible presence in Delhi and NCR, FITPASS is all set to expand its operations in the south market with Bangalore and after that Mumbai. We are going to enter
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