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  • With A $60M Revenue Run Rate, ClassPass May Be The Next Uber

    With A $60M Revenue Run Rate, ClassPass May Be The Next Uber

    TechCrunch has secured financial information about ClassPass, the TechStars-backed startup that offers unlimited access to various fitness classes for a flat monthly fee. As it stands now, our sources report that ClassPass is tracking to a $60 million revenue run rate for 2015, a run rate that has doubled in the past three months. Last week alone, the company brought in $1.5 million and this… Read More

  • Fitmob Buys Gymsurfing To Add Day Passes For More Than 200 Gyms

    Fitmob Buys Gymsurfing To Add Day Passes For More Than 200 Gyms

    San Francisco-based Fitmob has enabled customers to sign up for a monthly subscription to attend classes or visit gyms in cities around the country. With the acquisition of Gymsurfing, the company will be adding day passes to its portfolio of fitness options, as well as access to more than 200 gyms in 20 cities in the U.S. and Canada. Read More

  • Fitmob Gets More Funding As It Partners With Gyms And Looks To New Markets

    Fitmob Gets More Funding As It Partners With Gyms And Looks To New Markets

    Fitness marketplace Fitmob is growing fast and looking to grow even faster, and to do so it’s raised new strategic funding from Recruit Strategic Partners. The funding will be used as Fitmob adds more options to its fitness marketplace through partnerships with gyms, and as it seeks to expand into new markets. Read More

  • Fitmob Launches MobTribes, Gets Into The Personal Training Market

    Fitmob Launches MobTribes, Gets Into The Personal Training Market

    Some people are paying up to $120 per session to get yelled at twice a week. Those people have personal trainers. Fitmob, the company known for funny group fitness workouts like “Weapons of Ass Reduction” and “Drop it Like a Squat,” is now getting into the game with the launch of a new personal training program called MobTribes. Its goal is to get you out of the gym… Read More

  • Fitmob Wants To Bring Impromptu Workouts To The Office

    Fitmob Wants To Bring Impromptu Workouts To The Office

    Fitmob, the recently launched startup that wants to help people find and try local workouts in their cities, is working on bringing fitness to an unlikely place — the office. fitOffice basically gets together a group of 10 to 15 employees to work out together at the office or in a nearby park with one of fitmob’s trainers. Read More