Peloton has created a list of the best Peloton cycling classes (currently available). The list was creating by polling members of their Facebook group.
Peloton CEO John Foley sent a letter to all Peloton members, and said that in 2020 we can look forward to new Power Zone instructors, new disciplines (the Peloton rower?) and more in the next year.
Wondering what the Best Peloton Classes of 2019 are? The instructors have chimed in and shared their favorite classes, creating this best of 2019 list!
Peloton will celebrate the end of 2019 with a collection of rides & runs celebrating the music of the decade with a set of “Best of the Decade” workouts airing in late December.
Peloton has released a new Total Strength Program with Andy Speer – a 4 week Total Body Progressive Strength Training Program, utilizing dumbbells and body weight exercises.
Peloton has announced the “Light Up The Holidays” collection, featuring holiday themed classes with some of your favorite instructors for December.
Peloton has announced a Move For More Collection of workouts, which will see the company make a donation to Action for Healthy Kids for each user who completes 3 of the workouts in the series.
Peloton has created the “Gratitude Collection” for Thanksgiving 2019, including Turkey Burn workouts, and new After Burn workouts for Black Friday 2019.
Peloton will showcase Coldplay as part of their featured artist series. Tread with Becs Gentry, Cycling with Emma Lovewell, and Yoga with Anna Greenberg.
Peloton will showcase Billy Joel as part of their featured artist series. Tread with Matt Wilpers, Cycling with Jenn Sherman, and Yoga with Kristin McGee.
Peloton will begin offering prenatal and postnatal Yoga classes, a daily 10 minute meditation class, and Denis Morton will teach beginner Yoga classes.
Cam Newton surprised the Peloton family with a trip to the New York Studio and took one of Alex Toussaint’s 20-minute Hip Hop Rides.