Peloton Releases New Split Strength Training Programs with Ben Alldis & Jermaine Johnson

Peloton has released two new 1 week split strength training programs for the Peloton Guide. The instructors are Ben Alldis and Jermaine Johnson and both programs are designed to be taken over the course of one week.

Peloton announced the release on the UK Facebook page, saying:

Jermaine Johnson – Peloton and Ben Alldis – Peloton are on a mission to spread the word of strength! Their new Split Programs are a great way to work the whole body in a balanced way by training different body parts on different days. Now available exclusively on the Peloton Guide for the next 7 weeks — let’s go get strong!

These programs will be exclusive to Guide users for the next seven weeks, which is how Peloton has historically handled their strength content designed for the Guide. However, in the past the classes have still been accessible early via direct links, but that is no longer the case with this latest release. You can see details about Ben’s 5 day program here, or details about Jermaine’s 3 day program here, but unfortunately those who do not own a Guide device will need to wait seven week to access the content. Both programs are expected to be available to all members on December 5, 2022.

Jermaine’s program is an intermediate 3 day split. The description reads:

Maximize your workouts by split training with JJ! Increase strength & build muscle in this 1-week Guide program by using heavier weight and targeting specific areas of the body in each workout. Repeat and track your progress!

The program contains three total classes, each 30 minutes in length, designed to be taken every other day throughout the week. The program provides full body work – with two classes for upper body and one class for legs and core. Badges are available for each class completed.

Ben’s program is also in the intermediate level, but is a 5 day split. The description reads:

Maximize your workouts by split training with Ben! Increase strength & build muscle in this 1-week Guide program by using heavier weight and targeting specific areas of the body in each workout. Repeat and track your progress!

The program contains five total classes, each 30 minutes in length, designed to be taken five full days in a row. The last two days are reserved for recovery. The muscles targeted include chest, triceps, back, biceps, legs and shoulders, as well as upper body pull and push classes. Badges are available following the third, fourth, and fifth class of the program.

These are the first new split strength programs since the first four programs with Robin Arzón, Callie Gullickson, Matty Maggiacomo, and Adrian Williams launched in April of this year. You can check out the pages – complete will class lists and links – for each specific program below:

Peloton has released a number of other strength programs exclusively to the Guide over the past few months, including Floor Bootcamp and Arms with Tunde. You can always find a complete breakdown of all available programs in our list.

The Peloton Guide was released in April of 2022. If you’re interested in learning about the Guide, be sure to check out our comprehensive overview article.

Guide owners can access Jermaine’s and Ben’s new split strength programs now, while non-Guide users can expect the new programs to become available around December 5, 2022.

Have you taken any of Peloton’s split strength program so far? If so, what have you thought of them?


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Katie Weicher
Katie Weicher is a writer for Pelo Buddy. She purchased her Peloton Bike in 2016 and has been riding, strength training, and yoga flowing ever since. You can find her on the leaderboard at #kweich.

1 Comment

  • Pat says:

    Are there nutrition guidelines provided to accompany the peloton strength programs? I would find them very helpful as I begin using the guide.

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