So, you’ve been researching spin bikes?
There are tons of indoor cycling options out there and it can get a bit overwhelming.
Peloton Changed the Home Workout Game
When I was in high school, I had a “stationary bike” (that’s what we called it then–or an “exercise bike”) in my bedroom. I would ride that bike for an hour at a time, barely breaking a sweat. Spinning bikes changed everything. I can barely survive a class without at least a full bottle of water, window open and two fans blowing on me.
Not only are home gyms growing in popularity, but people are actually using their equipment. No more coatracks and laundry sorting. Companies are capitalizing on this–it is more convenient and less expensive to exercise at home, so long as you stay motivated and know what you are doing.
Major Improvements to the Peloton App
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know I’m a huge Peloton fan. Whether you use the Peloton Cycle or the Peloton App, you’ll have access to their ever-growing base of classes. Lately, Peloton has focused on improving its app (rebranded as Peloton Digital). For more on this check out my blog post dedicated to the app.
Peloton finally introduced the Andriod version of the app, although it still lacks some of the IOS features.
To download the Peloton IOS App, click HERE.
To download the Peloton Android App, click HERE (still in beta testing).
Which Spin Bike Should I Use with the Peloton App?
I’ve compiled a list of best-selling spin bikes based on Amazon sales, those my readers most often purchase, and good old crowdsourcing.