“Fitness Flipped,” a Peloton Studios Original, is where we flip the script on all the things we think we know about fitness. Each week Peloton Instructor, athlete, author & host Tunde Oyeneyin will sit down with some of the most interesting experts and personalities from the world of fitness and beyond (Olympians! Musicians! Sociologists! Comedians! Actors!) to challenge and transform some of our own ideas about health, strength and mental wellness, and maybe even ourselves. What does it really mean to be strong? Does competition actually have anything to do with winning? Is the most important thing about pushing hard actually rest? Together, we’ll find out.
Every Tuesday we will dive deep on a topic and on Friday you will hear a story from a Peloton Member about their lived experience.
A key to combating stress? Finding your people. Frontline workers have been holding us up these past two years - so what do they do to take care of themselves and prevent stress and burnout during this incredibly challenging time? During covid, female physicians have used Peloton en masse to manage their stress and chase serotonin. Dr. Jagu Anadkat, a neonatal intensive care doctor in St. Louis, organized a group of her coworkers across many departments to ride together once a week. They have held each other up, made each other laugh, and found that some sweat and community goes a long way.
You can listen to the podcast and experience the fun classes Peloton has to offer for yourself on the Peloton App. Download the App onepeloton.com/app (free for 30 days - New App Members Only. Terms apply. Credit card required. After your 30 day free trial, App Membership is $12.99/mo. Cancel anytime before free trial ends.).