fitmob Launches the Mob Partner Program to Bring the Best Fitness Studios to its Community

The fitmob community can access the best studio fitness classes, handpicked by them with no restrictions


San Francisco, CA – WEBWIRE – Thursday, September 04, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – (September 4, 2014) - Today fitmob, the company redefining the gym for the digital age, is announcing its Mob Partner Program, a service that expands its offering to include the best studio classes the city has to offer, all hand picked by its members. fitmob is announcing five partner studios which bring over 50 new workouts per week for a total of over 120 classes weekly to bring more variety, fun and convenience to its community.
 
The Mob Partner Program opens up the fitmob platform, which has been empowering individual trainers to build a business outside of the gym since January, to top studios across the Bay Area. This is a win-win; partner studios fill up their classes and gain exposure to fitmob’s fast growing fitness enthusiasts, thus generating more revenue, and fitmobbers gain access to even more amazing fitness experiences to compliment group workouts and MobTribes – and they can use their fitmob Unlimited Plan as an all-access pass. Initial Mob Partner Program partners include YogaTree, OmPowerSF, CardioTone, Sweat Republic and Pelo Cycling & Fitness in Marin with more to be added.
 
Since the Mob Partner Program started testing earlier this month every workout has been filled leading fitmob to increase capacity to rapidly meet demand. With the Mob Partner Program, fitmob can quickly scale and include the best in new fitness trends by working with existing studios as well as the top trainers.
 
“fitmob is committed to bringing mobbers the best fitness - whether it’s our hand-curated studio partners or MobLead trainers in the most amazing settings or shared personal training with MobTribes - we’ve got something you will love,” said Raj Kapoor, CEO and co-Founder of fitmob. "And you can attend as many classes as you’d like with participating studios.”
 
“Partnering with fitmob gives us access to their huge community of locals who are passionate about fitness,” said Jennifer Kartiganer, founder of OmPowerSF. “Our classes are fuller than ever, and this is giving us a new funnel of clientele.”
 
“We are thrilled to be one of the first, hand-picked partners for the Mob Partner Program,” said Rachel Aram from CardioTone. “We’re proud to be a part of this new, fun fitness experience in San Francisco!”
 
Using fitmob’s simple ‘workout more - pay less’ model, scheduling a spin class or adding some Surfset to your usual fitness routine is easier than ever.  With the Mob Partner Program there is no need to juggle multiple studio memberships; just open up the fitmob app or visit the website, find a workout that fits with your location and schedule, and reserve your spot Users can pay a la carte for any workout starting at $20 a session and dropping to as low as $10, opt for an unlimited weekly pass at $29 or a 10 workout package for $149.
 
For more information on fitmob and to receive your first week of training for free, head to their website www.fitmob.com or download the fitmob iOS app.
 
About fitmob:
fitmob is redefining the gym in the digital age delivering unique group workouts with top trainers and studios in your neighborhood. fitmob is founded by Paul Twohey, previously co-founder of Ness Computing & early engineer at Palantir, and Raj Kapoor, previously co-founder/CEO of Snapfish, MD at Mayfield Fund and current Lyft board member. fitmob’s mission is to empower an active, global community through wellness and fix the fitness industry. The company is based in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.fitmob.com



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