Gina Mitchell was one of the first to attend the Tread Experience and she has all the scoop. Also, more new features, updates on the UK expansion, and if your bike has recently started making noises we can help you fix it. Plus an interview with Carey Socol.
Multiple instructors have had their social media accounts hacked in recent weeks, Peloton has some interesting question in their survey for new Tread owners, and yet another "competitor" enters the home bike market. All this plus an interview with Jen Ealy.
There have been changes in how instructors are allowed to communicate online, Crystal recaps her Atlantic City experience, and Flywheel is up to more of their shenanigans. Plus we interview Dr. Susie Beris.
Peloton punches back against Flywheel, our Peloton Prophet has all sorts of predictions about who the new instructors will be, and we have the scoop on what your Tread delivery and installation will be like. Plus an interview with The Rosenbergs.
Beware! Peloton pretenders are popping up faster than Whack-a-Moles! Plus we have a Tread update, a Peloton UK update, porn on the OPP and Tom proves once and for all that exercise is bad for you. And we interview Christa Hayburn.
There's a new tech/fitness start-up "borrowing" the Peloton business model, Matt Wilpers is featured on Bicycling.com, and we have info on which earbuds work best (and worst) when pairing with a Peloton device. All this plus an interview with Tracey Paulsen.
MensHealth.com has the scoop on what your personal trainer really thinks of you, John Foley talks about an IPO, and why are there fewer bikes at the studio? Plus, an interview with Ron "Mr. Mayor" Orth.
It's a battle to the death* as the Stat Fairy and the Peloton Prophet make an appearance in the same episode! Ally Love is under cyber-attack, more Treads in the wild, and lots of new Peloton articles on the web. All this plus and interview with Stronger U's Mike Doehla.
Christine D'Ercole has a new challenge, outdoor runs have been added to the app, and John Foley's brother-in-law has launched a product with an eerily reminiscent business model. Plus and interview with #MiracleMan, Dave Cohen
Did you miss us? We've returned from vacation (yes, again. Shut up.) and are back in action. Lots to talk about this week. Peloton makes an acquisition, the huge All For One ride, and issues in the instructor groups. Plus an interview with Krissy Blackwood.
This is The Clip Out's Out-Of-Office Autoreply. Crystal and Tom are currently on a boat. That means there's no new episode in the traditional sense this week. Instead, check out Crystal's appearance on Tom's other podcast Reel Spoilers. On this episode, they discuss the Amy Schumer movie "I Feel Pretty." As an added bonus indoor exercise bikes (albeit an inferior one) feature prominently in the film.
And fear not, we will return to regular programming when we come back.
How do bicyclists relieve themselves on long rides? We have answers and lots of juvenile jokes. Power Zones on the tablet are finally here and Denis Morton celebrates his first anniversary. Plus we sit down with Jody McCamon.