Alternative products to Peloton Tread

13 alternative and related products to Peloton Tread

Peloton Tread
The popular fitness startup introduces a connected treadmill

Peloton Tread is a connected treadmill from the company that changed in-home fitness. Experience a mix of live cardio and strength workouts to fit your goals, and training by top NYC instructors that fits your schedule.

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When off, it's a full-length mirror. When on, see yourself, your instructor and your classmates in a sleek, interactive display, complete with embedded camera and speakers. All you need is the space of a yoga mat for a high-energy workout in any room in your home!

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CNBC
It's called Mirror, and it's the latest fitness tech gadget meant to replace the gym with your living room by offering online subscription classes. CNBC's Magdalena Petrova tries it out.
TechCrunch
Imagine Peloton-style courses streamed to a smart mirror, and you've got a pretty close approximation of what Mirror is bringing to market today. The New York-based startup came out of stealth onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt to show its self-titled flagship product to the world. It's an intrigu...
The Verge
A company called Mirror is launching its eponymous device today - a Full HD display with a mirror atop it. Users can stream fitness classes while still seeing their reflection. It costs $1,500 with a $39 per month fee for class access.
14 Alternatives to Mirror

Tonal’s app has now been redesigned with a focus on stats and personalization. You can now see your progress tracking info along with a detailed historical summary. You can also now access and edit your profile info, fitness goals, and strength training level.

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PCMAG
Do you feel intimidated to use weights at the gym? Starting at $2,995, the Tonal system certainly isn't cheap, but it's like having a weight room's worth of equipment-and a virtual personal trainer-all in one sleek, streamlined machine that's mounted to your wall.
Tonal
Love seeing your progress on Tonal? So do we! That's why we redesigned the mobile app to show your stats front and center. Reach your fitness goals faster with motivating metrics at your fingertips in the new Tonal mobile app.
9 Alternatives to Tonal 3.0

We make running on a treadmill not suck. Enjoy boutique group running classes that pair a motivating instructor with a killer playlist at anytime that's convenient to you. Compete in real-time on our leaderboard against runners from across the world. Earn Fitcoin with every class to level up and unlock prizes.

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Forbes
On June 7, 2009, Jason Baptiste decided that he was going to run a 5K every day for the rest of his life. He has kept the promise he made to himself, but not without a constant battle against the boredom of running, mostly on a treadmill.
TechCrunch
Jason Baptiste wants you to run. He said he's seen the personal benefits of running since 2009, when he became unhappy with his weight and committed to run a "daily 5k," something he's held to ever since. "Not only has running helped me be healthier, it's helped my mind and spirit become stronger," Baptiste wrote.
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