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It's gonna cost commitment-phobic fitness fiends a little more to gym hop in LA. After launching in SoCal two years ago, Classpass is raising its unlimited membership rate to $175 a month, effective this July.
As Consumerist notes, this marks the second time that the workout booking app has hiked up its monthly fee in Los Angeles. The service's unlimited option started at $99 when it first arrived in LA and OC, then bumped up the price to $119. A Base membership (five classes per month) will cost you $60, while the Core (10 classes) is now $115.