Peloton has released two new split strength training programs for the Peloton Guide taught by Ben Alldis and Jermaine Johnson.
A new patent application filed by Peloton provides insight into a potential future Peloton strength device.
It appears that Peloton will not be changing the monthly price of the Guide-only membership at the end of the year. It is currently $24/month but was previously scheduled to increase to $44/month in January 2023.
Peloton has officially added Rep Tracking to the Peloton Guide, along with a Virtual Weight Rack. Three new collections also launched.
Peloton has released three new collections on the Peloton Guide indicating that they are preparing to roll out the highly-requested rep counting feature.
The Peloton iOS App has received a new update that includes the “made for movement tracker” filter, which allows members to browse solely Guide compatible strength classes.
Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin currently has a 20 minute strength class on the schedule for Friday, August 12. This would be her first live long-form strength class.
Peloton has added the ability to filter the strength library by Guide-compatible classes to the Android App.
Peloton appears to quietly be testing rep counting on the Peloton Guide based on a popup seen by some members. There have also been some test classes with mystery coaches.
Support for using an Apple Watch as a heart rate monitor on the Peloton Guide began rolling out to members yesterday.
Peloton sent a survey to some Bike+ users indicating that they are exploring adding Guide functionality to the device.
Instructor Logan Aldridge has officially launched with Peloton and his premiere strength class will happen live on June 1.