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HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR HUSSLE PASSES

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR HUSSLE PASSES

Life’s too short to pay over the odds. It's too short to pay for what you don’t need. You need a gym pass tailored to you.

Hussle offers 3 options to do exactly that.

IMPULSE GYM-GOER

Never know where you’ll be from one day to the next? Day passes are perfect for you. They are valid for 30 days, or you can cancel an unused pass for credit lasting that long – it’s all super flexible. Buying a Hussle day pass can be done in moments, and will often be cheaper than the ‘walk up’ price.

What’s not to like?

REGULAR AS CLOCKWORK – WITH A TWIST

Found a place that suits you down to the ground? Buy a bundle of day passes and save even more. FitFix 5 will give you 5 visits over 30 days and save a further 10%. Fitfix10 will give you 10 visits over 60 days. If the numbers match your spare time, these are the best value over that month or two.

If life gets in the way before you can start using the passes, you can cancel an unused bundle within 14 days for a full refund.

FREQUENT GYM FLYER

Training for an event? Working on an intensive fitness regime? The Monthly + pass will let you fill your fitness boots. Even better, a Monthly + pass gives you access to more than one venue. Depending on the price, you could visit well over a thousand other venues on one pass.  Workout daily or more, it’s all included.

If something changes and you can’t use your Monthly+ pass, no worries. It can be paused for up to 6 months for a free renewal later.

It can even be cancelled if it isn’t right for you.

You might switch up your workout at any time. No problem. Hussle will still have the right pass at the right price.

To help you with your fitness goals checkout our flexible gym memberhip options designed to fit fitness around you to make life work out.

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Jessica Ambrose

Jessica is a fitness writer who loves long distance running, yoga, strength training and healthy eating.

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