Let's Get Sweaty: 9 Peloton Instructors You Should Take Classes From in 2021
You might have noticed Peloton has been the go-to home workout for a lot of people who can't make it to the gym right now, whether they bought a bike or treadmill or started paying for the app, which features classes that don't require the brand's equipment. Personally, Peloton has given me the means to sweat out my stress and get stronger during the pandemic, and it also offers comfort from its warrior trainers. Becoming stronger, you see, can happen on the inside, too, when you're being led by instructors who fill you up with self-pride and motivation.
I asked some of my fellow Peloton-lovers from POPSUGAR and our parent company, Group Nine Media, about their favorite trainers on the app. Together, we're giving you a short list — because we could have gone on and on — you might deem handy if you're new to the streaming service or looking for more instructors to try. As avid members, we are eager to share our advice with you as 2021 kicks off in full stride. Here are our top picks and the reasons why.