Let me preface this by saying that no, I do not own a Peloton Bike. I have a Bowflex bike that looks like a Peloton minus the screen, but I do subscribe to the app (about $14 a month), and that gives you access to pretty much everything.
When I first got my bike and got the app downloaded, I was super pumped. I literally went through all the instructors trying to find one that I could relate to and had bomb-ass playlists. The first Hannah Frankson ride I did was a 30 minute EDM ride and after that, I was hooked!
She is super high-energy, super motivational and almost always introduces me to a song that I must have on my Spotify playlist. As with most instructors on Peloton, she has her “crew” that she calls the Push Push crew. During her rides, she encourages the riders to “push push” during the efforts.
She’s one of the British instructors, so it’s hard to catch her on a live ride (which you CAN do on the app!) due to the time differences, but you can catch all of her rides on demand on the app. As with all the instructors, she has “work” rides and “music” rides – her playlists for her hip hop, EDM and pop rides are out of this world. If I don’t feel like working out, I purposely choose a Hannah EDM ride to get me in the mood.
Besides any Hannah EDM ride, my favorites are her Turn It Up, Carnival and her Major Lazer ride from last summer.
I didn’t think I’d fall so hard for a Peloton instructor, but y’all, she just gets it. I love that I have a workout that I love – plus you can hop on for 10 minutes or for 45 minutes. There are plenty of all times, so you can squeeze it in when you can.
A few of the other instructors that I love are Kendall Toole (for super hard metal rides), Jess King (for EDM trap rides!!), and Alex Touissant (Club Bangers!!). If you’ve got any sort of exercise bike, I promise the Peloton app is worth every dollar. In addition to rides, you have access to running, yoga, meditation, strength, stretching and lots more. And if you do get it, please please give Hannah a go!!