People are drinking the Peloton kool-aid and each week we're there to brew a fresh batch. We interview instructors, employees, and fellow Peloton fanatics. The community is inspiring and increasing exponentially. The Clip Out is a weekly, audio magazine that's a must-listen for all those people who can't stop talking about Peloton.
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John Mills joins us to recap Homecoming. Aditi Shah went to the White House for AAPI month. Builtin.com spotlights Emma Lovewell. Becs Gentry was in London doing something secret at the studio. Kendall Toole was at Kendra Scott's Aloha event. Ally Lo... more
John Mills joins us to recap the earnings call. Peloton seeks a minority investor. Dr. Jenn - Balancing cross-training schedule and holding yourself accountable. Jess King is pregnant. Cody Rigsby hosted the GLADD Awards. Tunde was on the Tamaron Hal... more
John Mills is back to talk about the upcoming earnings call. FitOn launches a celebrity-based fitness app. Dr. Jenn - How to balance the bike, tread, and recovery. Shape and USA Today profile Tunde in support of her new book. Joslyn Thomspon Rule is ... more
An entertaining podcast for people who don't even ride the bike! And if you do, there is a ton of great information you'll appreciate. The interviews are fantastic as well.
This is a phenomenal podcast for all of us that NEED to know everything about our favorite way to workout. Crystal and Tom bring a great dynamic, John Mills always has a great perspective and all of the guests have amazing and relevant information. Plus, it is fun to listen to! I always find myself singing or humming along to the theme song. If you live Peloton, you will live this podcast. #DisneyCardio
So funny to listen to Crystal insist that having John Foley and/or his wife step down from their roles as being the death of the company - curious to see what “spin” she’ll put on the company news after the shakeup that occurred this week right before earnings…how about we comment on all of the layoffs and how it compares to the instructors continuing to flash their lavish lifestyle on IG? This company needs to wake up fast. And the whole emphasis on Met Pro now - you really need a disclaimer at... more
I used to listen to this podcast thinking there would be some interesting pelo news. And then it started to focus more and more on self help and weight loss. When Crystal started using it as a platform to build up her met pro business - I couldn’t take it anymore. Pelo Buddy and others have a podcast and various sites that provide just as much, if not better in quality information. My recommendation: skip it.
I’ve been a peloton member since early 2017 and I’ve been listening to the clip out since the very first episode. Great way to feed my pelo-addiction and I look forward to listening on my commute every week
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