The Peloton subscription streaming app is now available on Roku devices – and best of all you don’t need a bike or treadmill to use it!
Home workouts have given fitness streaming apps a major boost thanks to the coronavirus shuttering up gyms across the nation and Peloton’s app is no exception.
With a subscription price of just $13 per month, Peloton’s app now offers workouts for viewers who don’t own a piece of their high-end equipment, with offerings such as yoga, HIIT, dance cardio and strength training, Deadline reports.
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“We are excited to roll out our best-in-class streaming fitness service onto the Roku platform,” Karina Kogan, SVP and GM of Peloton Digital said in a statement. “We’ve seen growing engagement with our TV apps, especially as more and more consumers look for at-home fitness solutions to keep them physically and mentally fit.”
“As people continue to stay home, the television is increasingly becoming their window to the world, providing virtual access to the gym, travel, food, learning, and more,” said Regina Breslin, Roku’s director of content acquisition, in a statement reported by Deadline. “Consumer appetite for compelling content has never been stronger and we’re focused on delivering programming Roku users want and love. We’re excited to bring Peloton’s incredible fitness programming available to millions of streamers.”