As the coronavirus obstructs the physical fitness industry, resulting in a rapid advancement towards digital classes, ClassPass is pressing onward with its product roadmap, albeit a bit ahead of schedule. The business, which has raised more than $500 million from investors such as General Driver, Thrive, GV, Temasek, Apax Digital and L Catterton, is introducing individual […] To begin, the individual training program will have 10 fitness instructors, who can manage several hundred sessions per week, and will scale up as needed. Each training session lasts one hour and comes with a totally free 15-minute video chat consultation to go over goals, and so on. These sessions are all billed through ClassPass using credits– each session costs 23 credits. In the future, ClassPass sees the possible to do in-person training sessions where the trainer would come to the consumer’s home or meet up in a park. We may do a pool of Zoom accounts to utilize in helped with sessions….