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ClassPass Live is a $19 monthly subscription service that gives you access to studio workouts at home. 

Note: Certain classes may use equipment like weights to supplement the regular exercise. These accessories are not included as part of ClassPass Live.

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The beauty of ClassPass Live is that you can select from dozens of classes available live and on-demand.

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In addition to the $19 monthly charge, you also pay $79 up-front for a Google Chromecast video streamer and a Bluetooth heart rate monitor. 

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The Wahoo Tickr is the specific heart rate monitor you need for ClassPass Live. 

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ClassPass Live is not compatible with any other third-party devices (beyond the Google Chromecast and the the Tickr monitor). However, if you already have a Chromecast, you can pay $49 instead for just the Tickr monitor. 

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The Chromecast allows you to play classes on your TV.

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Being able to see the classes on a larger screen really makes it feel more immersive.

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I also like that the classes are filmed in a studio with actual in-studio participants. Usually, one ClassPass Live participant does modified versions of the exercise for those times when you want to take it a little easy. 

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