Stepping on the Peloton stairs for the first time is like stepping on a spaceship – it's spacious, bright and futuristic. In front of you is a massive 32-inch HD touch screen that shows live classes where you can give your classmates virtually high fives and compete for ranks. So, a friendly, yet competitive spaceship.
I was plagued by & # 39; severe indecision and spent & # 39; several minutes exploring the various class options; Was I in the mood for something intense like & # 39; bootcamp & # 39; should I slowly start stretching, practicing circuitry or working on your endurance? For my first try, I decided on the ten minute warm-up. As soon as I picked the class, an instructor took her place front and center, and after a two-minute game over the course, I (literally) hit the ground running. I thought the treadmill would start by itself, but the instructor told me to speed up to 4.0 km / h and walk to 1 for easy jogging, which I did with the smooth dials that on the rails to my right and left. I expected the speed to change automatically as the class did, but was relieved when I realized it was still under my control.