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Move in new ways with our latest Beyond the Ride workouts now available in our on-demand library or on the Peloton app. This lineup includes exercises to tone, strengthen, and stretch for a full-body win.
Jennifer Jacobs’ 5-minute Toning
Matt Wilpers’ 5-minute Mountain Climbers
Jess King’s 10-minute Hip & Lower Back Stretch
Cody Rigsby’s 10-minute Arms
Hannah Marie Corbin’s 5-minute Abs & Arms
Check out these new sessions on the Peloton app for the best experience, or access them on your Peloton bike.
Have you been working hard? Show us on social with the tag #beyondtheride.
Break a sweat faster with easier ways to access your favorite workouts. With new changes to our on-demand library, you can now seamlessly navigate between cycling and Beyond the Ride workouts to discover the one you want to conquer. Want to hit the open road? Find all of our scenic rides on the bottom right-hand side of your screen. Note that all of the previous “Specialized” workouts now have their own specific ride types found under the “Class Type” filter.
For more details, take a look below at our full list of ride types and Beyond the Ride workouts to choose from:
Beginner, Climb, Heart Rate Zone, Intervals, Live DJ, Low Impact, Metrics, Power Zone, Pro Cyclist, Rhythm, Theme
Beyond the Ride
Cardio, Strength, Stretch, Yoga, Toning
Ready to go? Check out these new features to your bike in our on-demand library!
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What was the main message behind this new spot for Peloton?
We knew that what makes Peloton unique is the connectivity around it. That was really an important factor that I wanted to make sure we got across, so we used match-cutting from one person to another to try to make that clear. We wanted to show that each person was in a different part of the country and not only are they getting a great workout, but they’re also being guided by one instructor who is keeping the whole class completely connected.
What was your favorite part of the process for putting this project together?
The shoot was a lot of fun! It was two days and we worked very hard to come up with the right locations and the right cast so, by the time we got to the shoot day, it was really a hoot! It’s a very lively style in which I shot the commercial and both Peloton and Mekanism were really on board with that. The whole team really enjoyed themselves and I certainly enjoyed myself too.
What was the most exciting part about directing the vision for this?
I think the most exciting part was the drive that was brought to it by the Ramones song. It’s an iconic punk rock song and I thought it was very bold to use it in this spot. It’s really a revolutionary song in a lot of ways. It came out in 1976 and it really was a slamming, “go-out-and-get-em”, type of song which is similar to the feeling that you can associate with Peloton; the “hey, ho, let’s go,” “let’s just get out there and do it,” feeling. That really drove me and gave me exciting ideas as far as what to do with the camera. It created the foundation for the energy in which I shot the film.
How did your background, working on films such as Inception and The Dark Knight Rises influence the direction for a fitness piece with Peloton?
I come to the set with a certain set of tools and skills that I acquired over the years by doing these films, and that’s the standard that I apply to everything I do. If you look at the evening lighting in some of the scenes in the new spot, it’s exactly how I would’ve lit a set if I was shooting Leonardo Dicaprio or Christian Bale. This piece for Peloton is very high-energy and I shot it similar to how we shot a lot of fight scenes and action scenes in the Batman films. There was a lot of handheld camera work in those films that had the same spirit to the way we shot a lot of the Peloton material.
How would you describe the energy for this piece?
Intense! Intense in a good way. I think the song really gave it an incredible groove and the enthusiasm was seen on our actors. Ultimately it will become a very effective piece that will make people really excited to try out the Peloton bike when they feel the energy from the spot.
How do you want people to feel after watching this piece?
I think the goal is for people to understand the concept of the connectivity. I think it’s unique that you can be connected to 1,000 people at the same time by taking one class. Also, I really want the audience to feel this vibrant energy that comes along with the exercise that you’re doing. I would love if viewers had a smile on their face and kind of go, “Whoa, that was a trip!”
Why were you interested in working on this piece for Peloton?
I was really interested in the product because I really love high-energy material and I’ve done quite a bit of work with sports, and I really enjoy how that cuts together. It ended up feeling more like I was making an interesting spot instead of a job for me. The final element is, I’m very much into music and having heard that song when it came out 41 years ago and being a long-time fan of the Ramones, it made me confident that we could create a pretty cool piece of work.
Learn more about Wally Pfister’s collection of work here
Robin Arzon’s 45-minute Pride Ride on Monday, June 5th at 5:30 PM ET
Matt Wilpers’ 45-minute Pride Ride on Wednesday, June 14th at 4:30 PM ET
Christine D’Ercole’s 45-minute Pride Ride on Thursday, June 15th at 8:30 PM ET
Cody Rigsby’s 45-minute Pride Ride on Friday, June 16th at 7:00 PM ET
Jennifer Jacobs’ 45-minute Pride Ride on Wednesday, June 21 at 7:00 AM ET
Jess King’s 45-minute Pride Ride on Thursday, June 22nd at 4:30 PM ET
Now with our brand-new music genre filtering, you can easily search for classes that include your favorite tracks by simply selecting the filter at the top of the on-demand library and picking your genre of choice. Note that you can select multiple filters at once (instructor, length, class type, and music genre) for an even more refined view of the library. Get started with this lineup of top rides from each of the featured genres.
Jenn Sherman’s 60-minute Last Call Ride from Sunday, May 21st 2017
Steven Little’s 45-minute Power Ride from Friday, May 19th 2017
Jennifer Jacobs’ 45-minute 80’s Rock Ride from Monday, May 15th 2017
Alex Toussaint’s 45-minute 90’s Hip Hop Ride from Thursday, May 25th 2017
Cody Rigsby’s 45-minute 90’s Ride from Tuesday, May 23rd 2017
Ally Love’s 45-minute New Tracks Ride from Wednesday, May 24th 2017
Cody Rigsby’s 45-minute Pop Ride from Friday, May 19th 2017
Robin Arzon’s 30-minute HIIT Ride from Wednesday, May 24th 2017
Christine D’Ercole’s 30-minute HIIT Ride from Monday, May 22nd 2017
Cody Rigsby’s 45-minute Rhythm Ride from Sunday, April 30th 2017
Alex Toussaint’s 45-minuteY2K Hip Hop Ride from Tuesday, May 23rd 2017
Robin Arzon’s 45-minute Hip Hop Ride from Wednesday, May 17th 2017
Jess King’s 45-minute Tabata Ride from Tuesday, May 16th 2017
Robin Arzon’s 45-minute Live DJ Ride from Friday, May 12th 2017
Hannah Marie Corbin’s 45-minute Metrics Ride from Sunday, April 30th 2017
Matt Wilpers’ 45-minute Country Ride from Tuesday, May 16th 2017
Hannah Marie Corbin’s 45-minute County Ride from Thursday, April 27th 2017
Jenn Sherman’s 60-minute Last Call Ride from Sunday, May 14th 2017
Jennifer Jacobs’ 30-minute Advanced Beginner Ride from Monday, March 27th 2017
Jennifer Jacobs’ 45-minute Low Impact Ride from Monday, May 22nd 2017
Christine D’Ercole’s 45-minute Threshold Ride from Tuesday, May 16th 2017
Steven Little’s 45-minute Endurance Ride from Monday, May 22nd 2017
Click here to plan all your rides now with our full ride schedule.
It’s finally here! Get ready for new ways to namaste with our brand-new collection of Beyond the Ride Yoga sessions led by celebrated yoga instructor Colleen Saidman Yee.
This new set of workouts has been specifically developed with rider feedback in mind. Not only will you find a new 20-minute practice, the collection also includes shorter sessions to fit a quick flexibility booster into your busy schedule. We’ve also added a series of Yoga Basics classes, where Colleen breaks down a yoga pose, move, or sequence — perfect for helping a yoga newbie build confidence or aid a more refined yogi in enhancing their practice.
You can find this brand-new collection on the Peloton app for the best experience, or on your Peloton bike.
10 min Morning Yoga
10-minute Beginner Yoga
10-minute Evening Yoga
20-minute Total Body Yoga
5-Minute Yoga Basics Sessions:
Sun Salute, Hip Openers, Cat Cow, Standing Poses, Backbends, Forward Bends, Core Poses, Twists, Lunges
We’re also launching even more Beyond the Ride workouts featuring your favorite instructors! Get ready to feel great with new off-the-bike workouts designed to complement your rides. Check them out on the Peloton app for the best experience, or access them all on your bike.
Beyond the Ride workouts:
Christine D’Ercole’s 10-minute Full Body Stretch
Cody Rigsby’s 5-minute Glute Workout
Hannah Marie Corbin’s 10-minute Foam Rolling
Jennifer Jacobs’ 5-minute Abs Workout
Jessica King’s 5-minute Core Workout
Matt Wilpers’ 10-minute Plank Workout
Robin Arzon’s 5-minute Leg Workout
Namaste with new yoga gear! Click here to shop our line of brand-new yoga accessories.
Now you can put your heart into every ride even on the go. Heart rate zone training is now available on the Peloton app!
Need a quick refresher on heart rate zone training? We’ve got you covered.
For our heart rate training, we use the Heart Rate Zone methodology. This consists of five different zones, each reflecting a different level of effort and offering a specific benefit. The percentages of each zone are based on your maximum heart rate (MHR).
Your heart rate and current zone will be displayed in real-time on the screen while in a class – so you will be able to track your effort level as you move within zones.
How to Get Started:
Start by connecting your heart rate monitor to the app. If you don’t have one, you can purchase one here. If you do have a monitor, any Bluetooth-enabled heart rate monitor will sync properly with the app.
Your max heart rate will automatically be calculated using the Karvonen formula (220 – your age)— with your age being pulled from the birth date you entered in your Peloton profile. If you have not entered a birth date in your profile, you can still set up your heart rate zones by tapping the “Set Up Zone” button displayed in any class, where you will be able to enter your birth date manually.
Ready to train? Start by taking one of our beginner heart rate training workout series featuring Steven Little and Christine D’Ercole. This series is designed to get you familiar with heart rate zones and enhance each ride for optimal goal achievement.
Note: To connect, simply turn on your Bluetooth-enabled heart rate monitor, and you will be able to view your stats and heart rate live from your phone or tablet whenever you are in a class.
Ready to hit your zones? Click here to shop the Peloton Heart Rate Monitor