I thought it was a fair article. If you're already motivated then you'll prob use it. For the others, the rental. Options may be the best way to go.You got this...this is your time, gents
In 2020, in response to Covid, gyms closed and moved online – with massive success. But, asks Richard Godwin, can we really get fit at home?www.theguardian.com
No they are not.. You have to try a few different rides with different instructors until you find a style or certain personalities that you likeSo I did my first Live Class today - I wanted to see how it was. The lady instructor dropped the F Bomb about four times along with a couple of other expletives. I slowed down on the first one thinking did she really just say that.
I was a bit surprised to be honest - are all the instructors like that?
Jumps, it's whatever works. Before my knee injury I was an avid rower. Now I'm just glad that I can do something .The whole instructor thing is mental, especially in the States.
Mrs Jumpers and her mates went to a live class in the NYC studios a couple of years ago, and her friend (American) who was a very early adopter of Peloton was star struck at meeting this woman who'd she'd been working out with for a year or so.
If ever I see Mrs Jumpers on it, I usually laugh at the instructors who are so very cheesy (even the British ones). It's one of the reasons I couldn't get on with Soul Cycle as I used to crack up at some of the things the instructor was saying (although it's dark in there so no one could see me).
Sorry, I missed this.Do you see no irony in criticising Peloton on cost as just being a spin bike whilst eyeing up a £4700 bike for yourself?
If you apply your own logic you could simply buy various cheaper ones that almost do what you want them to couldn't you?