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Most popular workout day, time? America’s fitness patterns, according to ClassPass

ClassPass breaks down regional fitness trends across the United States.

Most popular workout day, time? America’s fitness patterns, according to ClassPass
[Photo: courtesy of ClassPass]

Do you live in a treadmill or HIIT-loving city? Are your neighbors more or less likely to cancel a booked class? Those are just a few of the questions ClassPass answered in its annual findings report.

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On Tuesday, the fitness and wellness platform shared quite a few fun facts from the more than 60 million reservations booked by its members. On a nationwide scale, ClassPass observed the following workout habits:

  • Most popular day of the week to work out: Tuesday
  • Most popular day of the year to work out: February 28th, 2018
  • Most popular rest day: January 1st, 2018
  • Most popular class times: Weekday: 5:30 p.m., Weekend: 10:30 a.m.
  • Most popular fitness genre in the U.S: Strength training
  • Fastest growing trend: Treadmill classes, with an 82% increase in the last year
  • Time spent: ClassPass users were 33% more likely to book a class under 45 minutes (44 minutes or less) in 2018 than they were in 2017

ClassPass also took a look at the preferences of individual cities, which differed on everything from workout time to class cancellations:

  • Most likely to book class at 7:30 a.m. or earlier: Columbus, Ohio
  • Most likely to book class between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.: Portland, Oregon
  • Most likely to book class at 7:30 p.m. or later: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Most likely to book class in another city: Orlando, Florida
  • Most likely to book class at the last minute: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Most likely to book class with a friend: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Most likely to book a treadmill class–2018’s fastest growing activity: Washington, D.C.
  • Least likely to miss or cancel a class: San Diego, California
  • Most likely to book a class–any class: New York City

For more regional fitness observations, check out the ClassPass report.

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