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fitmob Launches ‘All You Can Sweat’ Passport With Over 75 Top Studios and Trainers to give Mobbers the Best Workouts in San Francisco and Marin

fitmob’s growing community of 18,000 in the Bay Area have added over 7.2 million minutes to their lives thanks to fitmob workouts


San Francisco – (October 16, 2014) – Today fitmob, the company redefining the gym for the digital age, is announcing the launch of its “All You Can Sweat” Passport, a new offering that adds the most popular classes from over 75 of San Francisco and Marin’s hottest studios, boutique gyms, and curated trainers. Yoga Tree, Studiomix, Body Kinetics and The Circus Center are some of the top rated partners, as well as fitmob’s own offering of highly acclaimed trainers with unique workouts, like Weapons of Ass Reduction. Passport gives the mob unlimited access to over 1,000 workouts weekly for $99 a month.    
Since launching in San Francisco in January 2014, fitmob has amassed over 18,000 users who love its signature workouts. Now mobbers will have access to the very best fitness all over San Francisco and Marin. Due to high demand, there is a wait list to get a fitmob Passport – go to to request an invite.
fitmob’s partnerships with local fitness businesses are a win-win. Studios and gyms fill up their classes and gain exposure to fitmob’s huge local community, thus generating more revenue. Mobbers get access to the best fitness experiences their city has to offer at an affordable price. Plus, now users don’t need to juggle multiple studio memberships and the hassle that comes with payments for each.
Unlike other offerings, not only does fitmob hand-curate their partners, but it also allows mobbers to review classes within fitmob’s rating system so that quality is assured across the board. Mobbers can use the fitmob app and website as windows to the best fitness experiences in the city, and can instantly sign up for any of the 1000+ weekly workouts now offered in San Francisco and Marin. The mobile app and website also provide a class overview, workout format, intensity level, community reviews, if friends are attending, and amenities.
“With our ‘All You Can Sweat’ Passport we are providing more ways for our mobbers to sweat while increasing demand at local partners that rely on filling classes to sustain their business,” said fitmob Founder and CEO Raj Kapoor. “Passport is democratizing the fitness industry. People don’t have to be locked into one gym or type of workout and have the freedom of workout spontaneity. With Passport you never get bored and the social element keeps you motivated to workout.”
For more information on fitmob, head to its website or download the fitmob iOS app. Studios or trainers that are interested in partnering with fitmob on its ‘All You Can Sweat’ Passport should email .  
Passport studios at launch include the following, with more being added daily:

Asta Yoga, Body Kinetics (Mill Valley), Body Kinetics (San Rafael), Body Mechanix (Embarcadero), Body Mechanix (SOMA), Body Temp Yoga, Cardio Barre, Cardio-Tone, EHS Pilates, Elevate (Hayes Valley), Embrace Yoga Studio, Eskabo Daan, Evolutionary Fitness, Fit4Mom, fitBERNALfit, FitFight, fitGLENfit, Get Fit With Heather, Harbor Point, HIT FIT SF, Informed Body, Kentfield Fitness, Kokoda Fit, Laughing Lotus, Mill Valley Recreation, Move-SF, Moxie Yoga fitness, OMpower, OnBoardSUP, OnPointe Training, Pelo Fitness, Pilates Pro Works (FiDi), Pilates Pro Works (Marina), Pilates Pro Works (Mill Valley), Polk Street Boxing Gym, Project Drop, Pure Barre (San Rafael), RAE Studios, Rogue and Saint, San Anselmo Karate & Fitness, Satori Yoga, Simply Balanced, Studiomix, Sunporch Yoga, Sweat Republic, Taylor Fit Studio, The Capoeira Center, The Circus Center, The Corner Studio, The Park Gym, Vertical Method, World Gym, Yoga Tree (6th ave), Yoga Tree (Corte Madera), Yoga Tree (Potero Hill), Yoga Tree (Valencia), Zazen

About fitmob:
fitmob is redefining the gym in the digital age delivering unique group workouts with top trainers, gyms, 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 Lyft’s first VC investor. fitmob’s mission is to empower an active, global community through wellness. The company is based in San Francisco. For more information, visit




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