Pelo Buddy TV is a new unofficial weekly TV show & Peloton podcast, for the Peloton community, by the Peloton community. Episode 19 is now available! You can watch the episode embedded below, or see it here directly on YouTube.
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This week, we interview John Prewitt (#Kenny_Bania), Hi-5 extraordinaire and Peloton meme king, and cover the the following topics:
- Bradley Rose (fitness instructor, actor, and model) is likely to be a new Peloton instructor based out of the UK
- Peloton pilates classes should be coming in the next few weeks
- A “Year of Yes” collaboration with TV show creator, writer, and producer Shonda Rhimes was announced
- Peloton will not hold live classes for a few days over Christmas (Dec 24-27) & New Years (Dec 31-Jan1)
- The Holiday 2020 classes are in full swing – there are more than 35 taking place
- A Pentatonix Peloton class was announced as a ride with Christine D’Ercole
- Peloton CFO Jill Woodworth was interviewed at Barclays TMT conference
- The Nasdaq-100 index will include Peloton starting next week
- A former employee is suing Peloton, alleging labor laws were violated, as well as religious discrimination
- Peloton is also being sued over the lack of closed captioning in some of their classes
- Apple Fitness+ is officially launching next week
- Peloton launched a Flash Bike Bootcamp challenge
- A bug was fixed and now the miles you bike during Bike Bootcamp classes count towards monthly cycling challenges
- The Peloton-branded weights came back into stock this week
- The New York Times has a feature on CEO John Foley and his Sunday routine
- We interview John Prewitt (#Kenny_Bania), Hi-5 extraordinaire and Peloton meme king
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Transcript of the episode coming soon.