Are you tired of having to choose a single climbing gym for an annual subscription? Do you want to go to the bouldering hall around the corner at home, for a session after work? Or would you like to supplement your climbing training with a trip to the gym? Then the Fitpass is just right for you!
The fitpass is something like the general subscription for climbers. With just one subscription, you can currently benefit from the offers of 24 climbing and bouldering halls throughout Switzerland - and the trend is rising. In addition, the Fitpass offers you the opportunity to practice 65 other sports with over 350 providers throughout Switzerland. Now there is definitely no excuse to tackle the issue of rebalancing.
Fitpass: No limits for your training
The motivation to go to a climbing and bouldering hall is just as complex as the types of training practiced. Even if most halls now have their own training areas, quite a few athletes want additional offers - especially when it comes to prevention, recovery after accidents or compensation.
This is where Fitpass can trump: The range of offers that you can purchase with a single subscription goes far beyond climbing. Fitpass currently covers a total of 66 sports from a total of 375 sports partners.
And this is how it works: You download the Fitpass app and choose your preferred subscription type. Whether monthly or annually, you retain the flexibility. The monthly subscription can be canceled at any time, the annual subscription can be interrupted if you cannot train in the meantime.
Some health insurance companies already support Fitpass, so it's worth asking. The regular Fitpass subscription costs 129 CHF per month or 1548 CHF per year. Certain companies support their employees by covering part or all of the costs. Find out from your employer.
We are giving away three Fitpass monthly subscriptions
Among the Lacrux readers we are giving away three monthly Fitpass subscriptions worth CHF 129 each. All you need to enter the raffle and enter the race is the following Form fill it out and hope for some luck.
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