What Is Peloton Training? Find out more in this article.

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When it comes down to your workouts, you don’t have a lot of time to waste endlessly scrolling or, worse still, starting then stopping a workout video after you realise your choice wasn’t what you were hoping for.

The Peloton bike is a high-quality home exercise bike which offers the convenience of working out at home. However, instead of just pedalling along – and not getting a great workout – Peloton training connects you to live and on-demand workouts, which allows instructors to motivate as well as push you.

The Peloton training also provides you with performance-tracking metrics and a real-time leaderboard in order to keep you hustling hard instead of gently pedalling as you flip through a magazine. There are around 1 million members of the Peloton community (that includes home riders, app subscribers and studio and commercial riders).

What Are The Benefits Of Peloton Training?

The monthly Peloton training subscription gives you unlimited streaming access to all of their workouts.  You could do two workouts per day if your schedule allowed,. There is really no limit.

With Peloton training, you have the choice of live workouts with an instructor or, alternatively, pre-defined on-demand rides.  There are up to 14 live classes every single day. Otherwise, you can call-up another ride with the on-demand function. There is no shortage of rides to choose from.

You are able to be right with your friends.  Perhaps you want to do a ride at the same time as your sibling who lives halfway across the country. With Peloton training, you can!  It can be a great way to virtually ride together.

If you use Peloton training enough, it can really whip you in to shape.

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How Long Is A Peloton Training Session?

While motivation and drive definitely play a role in retaining a consistent daily routine, most Peloton instructors (and avid exercisers) will tell you that habits beat willpower every time.

When just starting out with Peloton training, committing to exercising at all can feel impossible, let alone exercising for 30 or 60 minutes each and every single day. That’s why Peloton Members agree that starting with 15- and 20-minute rides is the best way to form a daily habit.

And the reason for this is simple: It’s much easier to find 15 minutes in your busy day than it is to find 60. Although, once you’re hooked on the high you get from a 15-minute ride you’ll be much more likely to put aside time for a longer one

Here’s how a typical Peloton training will look:

  • Monday: Cardio + Core
  •  45-minute Peloton HIIT and Hills ride
  • 10-minute Peloton Core Strength Class


  • Tuesday: Full Body
  •  60-minute Peloton Bootcamp


  • Wednesday: Upper Body + Core
  •  20-minute Peloton HIIT ride
  • 20-minute Peloton Arms and Shoulders class
  • 10-minute Peloton Core class


  • Thursday: Lower Body
  •  30-minute Peloton Climb Ride
  • 30-minute Lower Body Strength Class


  • Friday: Cardio + Core
  •  45-minute Peloton Club Bangers Ride
  • 10-minute Peloton Core Strength Class


  • Saturday: Full Body
  •  Bodyweight HIIT workout at the boat
  • Sunday: Rest


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