Peloton, best known for its exercise bikes, is undergoing a major rebrand and doubling its software efforts by launching three membership tiers to its mobile app.
The fitness brand now wants to focus more on providing “fitness offerings” that anybody can do at their home or at the gym without having to purchase the company’s expensive hardware. Looking at the official trailer, it appears all you need is yourself, a mobile device, and maybe some weights. The app’s three new tiers are Peloton App Free, App One, and App Plus; all of which vary in terms of price and what they offer.
As the name suggests, Peloton App Free won’t cost you anything to use. It offers access to over “50 classes curated across 12 of Peloton’s” exercise types. This includes strength training, cardio workouts, and meditation plans. Some classes will be part of a rotating set that’ll change on an “ongoing basis” to keep things interesting. It’s unknown, though, how often they will update. A company representative told us “an update cadence has yet to be fully decided”.
Peloton App One is the first of the paid tiers. For $12.99 a month (about £10 and $20 …read more
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