The Peloton app's user interface can be summed up in one word: sleek. The workouts are really simply laid out in their categories, so you can easily select whatever you're in the mood for when you log on. A few categories include "Bootcamp Picks," "Outdoor Running," "Meditation Picks," and "Strength Picks" — as you can see, they're pretty self-explanatory.
Once you select a class, you'll also be able to see a bunch of stats relating to the workout, such as reviews, level of difficulty, as well as a brief description of the class. But my favourite feature is that you can also see the full playlist that'll play during the class, because we all know there's nothing worse than psyching yourself up for a workout, only to find that the music sucks.
I also really like the minimalist design of the app because, rightly or wrongly, if an app is ugly, I'm less likely to use it. For starters, the photography is beautiful (which I appreciate), but I also love how the text is clean, isn't fussy, and doesn't have loads of colours and, well, distractions. Plus, if you have an Amazon Fire TV Stick (£20, originally £40), or Apple TV (£150) you can download the Peloton app straight onto your TV to stream classes on the big screen. Overall, the Peloton app is a great resource for anyone who wants to work out outside a gym, but since it can also be used inside a gym, it's the perfect all-rounder, and I think £13 per month is a pretty good deal.