Transform your fitness routine at home or outside with thousands of on-demand classes taught by our 30+ world-class instructors—guaranteed to get you energized.
Get the workouts you need to meet your fitness goals, including indoor and outdoor running, strength, cycling, yoga, HIIT, meditation and more via your iPhone or iPad. Or, play on your TV via AirPlay or Chromecast, or with our app on Apple TV. With motivating content and killer music, with Peloton you can turn any space or any equipment into your own private fitness studio.
HOW TO JOIN & ACCESS THE PELOTON APP
- New to Peloton? Download the app and get started with a 30-day free trial to access every Peloton class with any equipment or none at all. Afterward, subscribe to our Digital Membership for $12.99/month.
- Peloton Bike or Tread owners: The Peloton App is free with your membership. Just log in to your account on the app for your complimentary access.
Named the “Netflix of the workout world” by Forbes Magazine, Peloton gives you unlimited access to workouts, no matter your fitness goals.
Tap into workouts from Peloton’s NYC and London studios, including these class types:
• Treadmill Running
• Outdoor Running (audio)
• Indoor Cycling
CHALLENGES: Track your progress and hit your fitness goals. Earn medals and badges for completion. When you join, see who else is in! Follow your friends’ progress and motivate yourselves to work harder. Join The Annual to track your workout minutes throughout 2020 or try the monthly activity challenge.
WORLD-CLASS INSTRUCTORS: Get motivation from our instructors, bringing unique teaching styles and killer playlists to every class to motivate you to get the most from your workout.
TAGS: Represent your identity and work out with others in the Peloton community! Join a tag to see popular workouts and class recommendations. Find out who is working out with you and motivate one another.
GUIDED PROGRAMS: Designed to help you reach your best results, Peloton instructors have created programs from 4 to 18 weeks long. Try favorites such as “Mastering the Basics,” “Crush Your Core” and “Road to Your 26.2.”
TREADMILL & OUTDOOR RUNNING: Run to speed and interval coaching, and curated playlists. GPS support delivers key running metrics (pace, splits and elevation) for outdoor workouts.
VARIETY & COMMUNITY TO STAY INSPIRED: Get the mix of cardio and strength you need to hit your fitness goals. Find and follow other Peloton Members to see who’s taking classes with you.
PELOTON WATCH APP: Get pace and distance metrics for indoor runs, heart rate tracking for each class and easy access to metrics during your iPhone workouts.
APPLE HEALTH INTEGRATION: Sync your workouts to Health App to see a complete picture of your daily activity.
HEART RATE MONITOR & CADENCE SENSOR SUPPORT: Connect your Bluetooth-enabled heart rate monitor and/or cadence sensor to view your live metrics whenever you are in class.
PRELOAD CLASSES: Take your workouts outside, reduce data usage and eliminate buffering.
Download the Peloton App and get the thrill of a live workout class in the comfort of your own home.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I do not own a Peleton - still worth 5 stars
I have a second hand stationary bike and second hand treadmill. Neither are peleton brand. But I have a profile and an Apple Watch. I also spring for a $40 cadence sensor from Wahoo and attached that to the crank (pedal shaft) of the stationary bike. Add an $11 iPhone holder/mount and you’re all set. You get the same coaching and can see your heart rate and cadence right there on the screen. They’re also recorded so you can see how you did after the workout. And with the runs, an Apple Watch will function as a heart rate monitor and pace tracker. Your heart rate and pace are displayed on the screen and saved after the workout. You obviously miss out on resistance, output and speed without the Peleton bike and you miss elevation and speed (and maybe other data) without the Peleton tread, but it’s still useful data and definitely makes me push myself harder than I do without it. Coaches come in all different styles. Some are hardcore while others are more like personal coaches. Try a few and focus on your favorites.
Caveat - I only use this app to supplement my stationary bike and treadmill. I haven’t tried any of the lifting or yoga sessions.
Lastly - I will eventually buy a Peleton bike. Maybe next year. I appreciate the fact they still give you access to their workouts and you can still get a strong, albeit somewhat watered down, fitness experience despite not owning the expensive hardware... yet.
Vast improvement from original app
Below is my rating from when the app first appeared a few years ago. It wasn’t good. It’s now amazing. I use Chromecast to take it with me on the road and in my condo’s gym. Great, great workouts.
I guess the utility of the app depends upon your goals. If your goal is heart rate training (HRT), or some sort of high intensity fitness training, there are better videos on You Tube. If your goal is to pass the time with a certain type of music, and get "life coaching" from a yoga teacher, then this app will work for you. I found Steve Little to be the best, most serious instructor. I found Nicole Meline to be one I wanted to mute as she offered empty platitudes like "make yourself essential", "paint a new masterpiece today", "you don't have to accept that inheritance". Huh? I'm looking to work hard and get my heart rate up to 90-93% That isn't a goal of this program. Apparently, helping the depressed is. What they need to do to cater to serious fitness folks: get some graphics on the screen: heart rate as a percent of maximum; cadence; resistance,; effort level; segment time; total time. Instead, you're gonna get "favorite playlists". That's fine for the Lululemon yoga pants in the grocery store "athlete", but how about something for the serious folks? They clearly have the technology. For me, it's back to You Tube videos. I'll check back in six months. Maybe they'll come around.
Love this app!
I have been a Peloton bike user (in my building gym) for a year and a half. I was doing workouts 5 days/wk. When the COVID-19 crisis started unfolding. As many things started changing the directive to close gyms came to fruition & my building complied and closed our gym facilities.
I knew I’d be able to “deal” with the changes put into place however, one thing that really annoyed me was that I’d have to stop my 5 day a week habit that I have painstakinly made part of my daily week day regimen. I did not want to break this habit.
This is where this app came in! Peloton brilliantly extended a 90 day trial for their app. I am hooked! I plan on keeping my membership and plan to incorporate it into my routine. I have been able to keep up with workouts from the same people who I have grown to love and more. While, its not the cycling part I was able to seamelssly continue a workout routine. Once things start to reopen I will go back to cycling but I definitely will want the other workouts that were not currenty part of using the gym bike.
I love the variety of workouts, instrutors, playlists...one thing I would love to see is an ability to create a workout “playlist”. Sometimes I want to exercise for 60 minutes total and I like to do 2 30 minute workouts. I would love the ability to select the 2 workouts and have them play in selected order.
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- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
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- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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