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There's an array of programs which allow you and your family to enjoy everything from yoga to CrossFit to swimming. Ross Urken from The Street has a few ways to sample classes from all over our area and for cheap.

1)  ClassPass

ClassPass is probably the most well-known. Available in more than 30 cities around the world, ClassPass offers you the chance to take a variety of exciting classes at different studios in your area, from yoga to barre to cycling to circuit training. A few popular studios you'll have access to include Flywheel, Pure Barre, Barry's Bootcamp, The Bar Method and Crunch Gym.  For instance, New York membership costs $75 per month for five classes, $135 per month for ten classes and $200 per month for unlimited classes. You can easily make reservations through the online booking tool on the website or via the ClassPass smartphone app

 2)  MetaBody

Catering to a clientele of mostly women, MetaBody is a discovery pass allows you to sample classes from a variety of studios in your city without having to pay a membership fee or make any commitments. Prices are $350 for 30 classes (expires after six months) or $499 for six months unlimited. Can do Pilates and kickboxing.

 3)  FitReserve

Ross: FitReserve have access to full class schedules at top studios, even at peak times, from dance to spinning, rowing to CrossFit. Studio partners include Barry's Bootcamp, Peloton, Swerve, Exceed, The Bar Method and more. Members can choose from various monthly or prepaid payment plans, which differ in Entering the code GETFIT20 at checkout.

 4)  Yoga & Fitness Passport

It's going to give you hot yoga, boxing, tai chi, martial arts, Zumba and pole dancing. The pass costs $300 for 30 classes and lasts for six months. You must reserve your classes in advance using the online booking system, and if you visited a location in the past, you can't use the Yoga & Fitness Passport at that location.

5)  KidPass

KidPass. For a $49 monthly fee, your child can participate in fitness activities such as tennis, yoga, ballet, swimming and martial arts (the pass also grants access to music lessons, arts-and-crafts classes, zoos, museums and more). KidPass even offers prenatal yoga for moms-to-be.