- Oct 27, 2017
Like every shot she's got this look of anxiety and apprehension about riding a damn bike in her home
Nah but peleton advertises a personal workout thing which syncs you up with real group workout classes. You can still do your own stuff but the whole hook of peleton is the classes
He's been trained to smile and nod. She beats him when no one else is around.At least give credit to the Twitter thread you ripped this from op
Dumbass commercial, but the most ridiculous thing is that her SO smiles while watching her peleton sizzle reel video. If my wife made me watch a video of her workout narrations, which i wouldn't even put past her, I'd be like "wtf why are we doing this who cares how much time did you waste doing this you vain loser"
Well if you had the catheter you could spend a lot more time on the bike.
Films herself at 5 am pretending to be miserable, and yet her hair is done, looks wide awake with makeup on.
so a real life peloton customer..
Horror story of the year!
Holy shit! I totally forgot about this movie until now. Need to see if it’s streaming somewhere.
I believe the official™️ Peloton stationary bike is one of those big, honking magnetic-resistence studio spin bikes, like the ones places like Soulcycle use. Heavy and cumbersome, but extremely low maintenance. It will probably last far longer than the user's workout routine will.
Her dead husband’s mind was implanted in the bike software and it’s sabotaging her workouts so no other man will ever want her.
Eh, not like she was overweight to begin with. Goal in her case would probably be general fitness. I’m underweight but in lousy shape. So I too should exercise more.
It's still a 100% functional stationary bike on it's own. The only question is what happens with the big Android tablet that's attached to it. I would imagine there would still be a selection of pre-recorded classes and stuff you would have access to and you could probably still do the 'scenic rides' which is basically a first-person video of someone biking around a city, at least for a bit until they had to shut down the servers hosting that content. The thing that would definitely die first is the live classes, which is basically what you're subscribing to. Ultimately though, you could just hack the tablet and play shit on YouTube to bike to worst come to worst. Though all this said, I don't see Peloton closing their doors anytime in the near future; business seems to be going pretty decently for them goofy commercials be damned.