Everything You Need to Know Before Spending £13 a Month on the Peloton Fitness App
At-home workouts are having a real moment right now, and that's for good reason. Not only are they convenient, but home workouts also (often) require very few pieces of equipment and are perfect for days when you don't have the desire (or luxury) to haul yourself to the gym. But even when I'm working out at home, I still prefer to take gym classes because, I'm going to be honest with you, I never push myself as hard as when I attempt a solo session.
That's where handy resources like the Peloton app come in. You might have heard of the Peloton bike: an at-home stationary bike that comes packed with guided classes that you can do from the comfort of your living room.
Well, the Peloton app is exactly the same thing, just without the bike. Jam-packed with easy-to-follow workouts, the app is reasonably priced and has enough variety to keep me coming back for the next workout. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know before taking the plunge and signing up.