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4 No-Contract Gym Passes in KL Where You Can Book A Class For As Low As RM13


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Hate being tied down to just ONE gym for 12 months? Well, gone are the days of only having that option in the fitness market because nowadays, if yearly contracts don’t appeal to you (or your wallet, considering all that registration/processing fees you have to pay upfront), you can opt for a fitness pass that gives you all-access to your favourite studios and classes in town – sans the long-term commitment.

In Kuala Lumpur, we’ve seen KFit debut in 2015 and just last year (2017), GuavaPass came into the picture. Early this year (2018), Motus joined the club and now, there’s a ‘new’ competitor that has just launched this month and it’s none other than the OG that started it all in the US: ClassPass. 

If you’re new to the monthly fitness subscription service and not sure which app suits you best, here’s the lowdown on each one of ’em to help you decide!


1. ClassPass

How it works: 

  • Pick a monthly package out of the two options they have and instead of getting a fixed number of studio visits, you’ll get a set number of credits that you can use to book a class. Scroll through the app and take your pick from spin class to yoga and more!
  • Each class costs about 3 to 6 credits.
  • There are no limits on class visits but the more you frequent the same studio, the credit rates may go up.
  • Have some leftover credits? You can carry over up to 10 unused credits to the following month.
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Source: classpass

How much: RM99 – RM249

  • RM99 per month (for 35 credits to book 5 – 8 classes)
  • RM249 per month (for 150 credits to book 25 – 37 classes)
  • If you’ve used up all your credits from the RM99 package before the month is over, you can add on another 35 credits for RM70.

Global access: Yes

  • Its credits-based model allows travellers to visit over 12,000 partner studios in 50 cities and book classes anywhere in the world!

Click here for their list of studio partners.

Psst… ClassPass is offering a free one-month trial! Sign up here


2. GuavaPass

How it works: 

  • Each GuavaPass package permits you to take a certain number of classes at their partner studios, which you must use within the designated time frame or expiry date.
  • Each package offers a different amount of studio visits and validity period.
  • The most premium package offers ‘unlimited’ classes with a cap of 4 visits per studio, but this requires a 3-month commitment.
  • There are GuavaPerks where members get discounts on activewear, healthy restaurants, juice bars and wellness events.
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How much: RM139 – RM399

  • RM139 for 4 classes (1 visit per studio, valid for 1 month)
  • RM239 for 10 classes (3 visits per studio, valid for 3 months)
  • RM399 for 20 classes (4 visits per studio, valid for 6 months)
  • RM339 for 3 months unlimited classes (4 visits per studio, billed monthly) – this package can be used in all cities!

Global access: Yes

  • The only package which allows you to visit all their partner studios in 12 cities is the 3-month unlimited package at RM339.

Click here for their list of studio partners.

Did you know? GuavaPass is celebrating their first birthday this month!


3. KFit

How it works: 

  • Instead of having a few different packages, KFit only has one fixed price per month that’s auto-renewed but you can cancel anytime before the billing cycle.
  • Each studio permits a different amount of visits per month ranging from 1 to 4 visits.
  • Used up all your visits at a studio? Some studios allow you to go for additional classes by topping up a small fee per class.
  • Even if you don’t sign up for their monthly fitness pass, you can still book classes individually at a cheaper rate than drop-in prices on the app/website.
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How much: RM129

  • RM129 per month for 10 classes (that’s RM12.90 per class!)

Global access: No

Click here for their list of studio partners.


4. Motus

How it works: 

  • Similar to the other fitness passes mentioned, Motus also works via a fixed monthly subscription fee where users get a certain number of credits depending on the selected package.
  • One class is equivalent to one credit.
  • Each studio allows a fixed number of bookings per month (ranging from about 1 to 6), no matter which package you sign up for.
  • Apart from gyms and studios, Motus also has physiotherapy centres in their list, offering users a wholesome fitness programme.
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How much: RM128 – RM258

  • RM128 per month (Basic) – for 5 credits
  • RM188 per month (Pro) – for 10 credits
  • RM258 per month (Elite) – for 15 credits

Global access: No


Note: Most of these fitness passes are great for offering variety, but require users to be committed to the classes they book. That’s because bailing after the cancellation window has closed or not showing up will result in a penalty, whether in the form of a small cancellation fee or losing credit(s). 

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Source: the national

So, these are the few monthly subscription fitness plans that allow KL-ites to gym-hop around town to get their sweat fix, be it yoga, Pilates, HIIT, boxing and more. Which of these apps have you tried before? Share with us in the comments below!


Also read: Team WOB Tries: Getting HIIT On At Malaysia’s First Live Heart Tracking Fitness Studio

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