ClassPass Adapting to Help Fitness Instructors, Studios

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Gyms across the world are temporarily closing or taking fitness classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Forbes, ClassPass is opening up their platform for anyone that wants to livestream classes while in-person classes are not possible. Any instructors or studios that choose to stream on ClassPass’ app or website will receive all proceeds from the classes.

“I founded ClassPass to connect people with their passions and to help them stay active,” ClassPass founder and executive chairman Payal Kadakia told Forbes. “I also want to support the growth of the then-nascent boutique fitness industry. In our new coronavirus-inflicted world, our industry is struggling as never before. We’re stepping up to help the industry at a time when it needs it most.”

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