Boxing lessons conducted by Kendall Toole, Rad Lopez, and Selena Samuela were established by the brand.
Peloton has finally delivered the knockout blow members have been asking for after months of anticipation and a seemingly infinite quantity of prayer hands emojis clogging its instructors’ Instagram comments sections. Peloton boxing has officially entered the ring, combatants.
There was an eight-class program that lasted for two weeks that was released yesterday on the platform. Classes in the Get Hooked Boxing Program last 20 to 30 minutes and are taught by Peloton favorites and seasoned boxers Kendall Toole, Rad Lopez, and Selena Samuela. They are designed to give participants all the basic tools and techniques they need to master shadowboxing (i.e. the type of boxing that does not require equipment or an opponent).
According to Peloton, the most popular discipline on the fitness site is boxing, a statistic that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody who’s ever seen any of the Instagram lives of Toole, Lopez, or Samuela. (Fans went crazy when Toole uploaded this vintage picture of him boxing in July.) As a result of the combined expertise of the teachers and boxing trainer Jeremiah Maestre, Peloton has developed a curriculum that teaches beginners fundamental combination, footwork, and defense in the first week. Shadowboxing classes are held twice a week in week two to assist participants to put what they learned in week one into practice. You can get in fighting shape at home with this beginner’s boxing workout.
In order to participate in the lessons, you must sign up for the whole Get Hooked program, which is accessible on the Peloton App, Bike, Bike, and Tread, or on the Peloton website. You must complete each class in order, starting with the first and working your way up. Peloton’s First Adaptive Training Consultant Has Been Appointed.
There will be more boxing programming on the horizon, as well. Additional teachers will be added to the boxing roster, as well as “some surprises along the road,” according to the Peloton blog. Start with “Get Hooked: Peloton Boxing” on your home screen or in the “Programs” area of your Peloton app for a taste of what’s to come.