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How Many Boutique Fitness Classes Can You Take With $150?

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Syncstudio; Photo: <a href="http://www.rebeccadalephotography.com/">Rebecca Dale</a> for Racked
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As you already know, committing to a fitness routine outside of neighborhood runs and living room squats is going to take a chunk out of your budget, most likely determining which gym you'll join. The same goes boutique fitness studio classes: How much you'll be there is set by how much you want to spend.

So just like last year, we've determined how often you can attend classes at some of the city's newest spots, like Barre3 and Monster Cycle, as well as some more established studios (Yoga Vida, SLT) using a monthly budget of $150, compared to how much you'd spend working out at each place three times per week for a month. And If the latter prices make you cringe, see how to take advantage of cycling studios' intro deals for major savings.

Barre3, barre
Price per class: $33
What $150 per month gets you: You'll get five classes with an extra five bucks.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: A ten-pack plus two single classes is $356, but an unlimited month is only $290.
*New clients can get their first three classes for $60 or an unlimited month for $175.

Barry's Bootcamp, running and conditioning
Price per class: $34
What $150 per month gets you: You can get four classes and have $14 left over, or spend an extra $15 to get five classes.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: Purchase a ten-pack of classes for $320 and add on two single classes for a total of $388.


Photo: SLT NYC/Facebook

BFX Studio, Spinning, barre, HIIT, and more
Price per class: $30
What $150 per month gets you: Five classes and $10 left over.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: Two five-packs of classes and two single classes comes to $340, but they're currently offering a hundred bucks off an unlimited month of classes, so snag that for $249.

City Row, rowing
Price per class: $32
What $150 per month gets you: Stay under budget with four classes and save $22, or spring for the five-pack for an extra five bucks.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: A ten-pack of classes is $295, so add in two more single classes for a $359 total.

Mile High Run Club, running
Price per class: $34
What $150 per month gets you: Get four classes and hold onto an extra $14, or drop an extra $15 for five classes.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: A $320 ten-pack plus two single classes totals to $388.

Monster Cycle, cycling
Price per class: $33
What $150 per month gets you: Get four classes and hold onto $18 or let go of $15 for five classes.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: This is the rare studio with a 12-pack of classes, which comes out to $300.
*New clients get their first class for $13.


Photo: Mile High Run Club

Peloton, cycling
Price per class: $30
What $150 per month gets you: Five classes and a spare $10.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: Buy a ten-pack of rides for $270 and two single classes for a total of $330.
*New clients get their first ride free.

SLT, Megaformer Pilates
Price per class: $40
What $150 per month gets you: Four classes and a $10 deficit in your workout budget.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: A ten-pack of classes at $360 and two single classes comes out to $440.
*New clients can take their first class for $20.

Syncstudio, yoga, cycling, conditioning
Price per class: A day pass to the facility costs $25.
What $150 per month gets you: Two weeks of unlimited classes plus a day pass, and $15 to spare. Or, if you want to spread out your visits through the month, pick up a five-class pack and a day pass, and you'll still have $10 left over.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: You could get 15 classes for $275, but it makes more sense to buy a one-month unlimited membership for $175 instead.
*New clients get their first two weeks of unlimited classes for $45.

Throwback Fitness, rowing and conditioning
Price per class: $32
What $150 per month gets you: A five-pack of classes leaves you with $5 left over.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: You can get a ten-pack of classes and two singles for $344, but go for the month of unlimited classes for $189 instead.
*New clients can take their first class for $19 or get two for $35.


Photo: Yoga Vida NYC/Facebook

Tone House, HIIT training
Price per class: $35
What $150 per month gets you: Four classes and ten bucks left over, or cough up another $15 for the five pack.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: Ten classes is $310, and an extra two bumps it up to $380.
*New clients get their first class for $20.

Vixen Workout, dance
Price per class: $18
What $150 per month gets you: You can get eight classes and have $6 left over, or spend an extra $10 to get ten classes.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: The $160 ten-pack and two single classes comes out to $196.

Yoga Vida, yoga
Price per class: $18
What $150 per month gets you: A ten-pack of classes, or an unlimited month with exactly zero dollars left over; bring your own mat, or it'll cost extra.
What working out 3x per week for four weeks costs: Throw in the mat rental with an unlimited month, and that comes out to $170.
*Students should check the site for discounted rates.

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