Add Variety to your Fitness Workouts : Passport Asia App

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PASSPORT ASIA THE APP TO ADD VARIETY TO YOUR FITNESS WORKOUT

If you’re looking for ways to add variety to your fitness workout then look no further than Passport Asia.

The Singapore-based mobile fitness App, which launches this month, provides members with access to a number of gyms and studios in Singapore offering greater choice and variety in your fitness workout. The subscription-based service offers a choice of over 20,000 different classes available per month – from Pilates and Weight-lifting to Boxing and Zumba – from 130 gyms and studios, all for one fee.

The launch of Passport Asia reflects the growing trend amongst Singaporeans to organise their lives through their smartphones, and workout with friends.

in App : search by location

in App : search by location

Sanjey Chandran, co-founder and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu enthusiast, says, ‘Singaporeans no longer track fitness solely by miles on the treadmill or minutes spent at a target heart rate. The definition of fitness and its benefits have evolved, as have our perceptions of what can get us there. Martial arts, dancing, cross-fit, group workouts… All these activities have exploded in popularity because fitness has become more social, more local, and more creative.’

in App : view your booked sessions

in App : view your booked sessions

The good thing about Passport Asia is that it allows members to experiment with various fitness activities around town whenever they want, wherever they want. Members can choose the activity they want based on location, with the GPS-based service identifying all gyms near the office or home. There are over 160 locations to-date spread throughout Singapore. Users can filter over 120 curated activities, and book classes according to a date and timing that suits them, with classes synched to the phone’s calendar.

The inherently social aspect of Passport Asia makes it easy for friends to organise and schedule group classes together. Links to classes can be shared via instant messaging services, e-mail or social media and bookings can be made instantaneously, allowing users to workout with like-minded members who share their passion for Spinning, Muay Thai or Golf.

Passport Asia offers entry level membership for SGD59 for four activities a month, and unlimited sessions of any activity per month at SGD99. What’s more Passport Asia is giving away one month’s free membership, valid for downloads before July 1, 2015. The App is available on iOS and Android.

Every new user who downloads the App between now and July 1, 2015 will enjoy one month’s free membership including unlimited access to over 20,000 classes every month.

To check out the Passport Asia App website and download the App to get variety to your fitness workouts started, check out these links:-

Passport Asia Website
iOS Download link
Android Download link

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