Peloton offers thousands of rides to choose from, which we all appreciate. It is a problem for beginners training as you can’t know where to begin. It is not surprising, given the increasing demand for classes and the uncountable daily live classes.
I recommend Peloton users that they try as many class instructors and varieties as possible. You won’t believe sugar is sweetest if honey has never been tasted, right?
We have a guide to help you get started with the peloton rides, as well as a guide for getting familiar with the app or bike. First,
How Do You Find Rides on Peloton?
Peloton can be confusing for new riders. You can’t mix music and time in a ride. The instructors you know are a great place to start. But how do you combine all of these elements into one welcoming Ride?
Luckily for you, Peloton has a tool, Find Your Ride which facilitates your ease in finding appropriate rides. It has several questions that address your interests, the type of music you cherish, with even music mix options, and more. With your answers, the tool will get you classes and instructors most suited to your interests. Usually, you will get more than one option, but I always insist that you try them all. The more instructors and classes you interact with, the more likely you will get to your best. After all, we are all different, and what I appreciate in a ride may be totally different from what you value.
This tool will save you time and effort. You can also check out our recommendations below.
Best Peloton Rides for Beginners
Dennis Morton’s 10-Minute Warm-Up Rides: Welcome to Peloton!
This 10-minute Ride, the shortest of all the Peloton rides is intended to give you an idea of how hard you can push yourself during a Peloton ride. It is also known FTP, which stands for Functional Threshold Power.
You can discover your true potential by taking Peloton rides. What’s even better? This class is great for those with tight workout goals.
You may also be interested in long-term FTP classes that really test your riding skills.
Cody Rigsby’s 10-Minute Slow Ride
Do you want to get introduced to indoor cycling? This 10-minute ride is designed for people who have completed their day rides. It is slow so you can learn to ride with clipped feet (if you are a beginner), and feel if the handlebars and seat are in the right position for you. You will also be inducted into Peloton.
15 Minute Rides with Jenn Sherman: It’s Your Ride Vibrant Seniors
Senior riders will enjoy the beats of the?80s, which Jenn Sherman ensures reigns in these classes. These classes are suitable for beginners, as they fall between intermediate and beginner levels.
The rides are also short, making them suitable for even mildly ill riders.
Hannah Corbin’s ’70’s 30-Minute Ride
Hannah Corbin offers seniors a half-hour slow ride to get started on Peloton. The rides feel like a relaxed street ride and the music matches the rides.
This class becomes more difficult over time, even though you may not be aware of it. This makes it a great option for your heart and lung health.
Hannah Corbin’s 15-Minute Country Ride
Are you looking for a class in country music that doesn’t take up much of your time? Hannah Corbin’s country-themed classes are only 15 minutes long. It’s Hannah Corbin so you’re bound to find some humor that will make the 15 minutes fly by.
Hannah Corbin’s 2010 Hits Rides
You might be as passionate about Hannah Corbin’s music as you are about millennial music from the 2010, so why not join the 15-minute 2010 Hits rides. It’s a class I will always attend when I feel down or need to lift my spirits.
Tunde Oyeneyin’s 15-Minute Interval and Arms Ride Intro
Do you long to be in Tunde Oyeneyin’s arms? Although you may not be able to get it right away, enrolling in her Intro Interval and Arms’s Ride might give you an idea of what you could be doing.
Tunde is also known for her ability to make difficult workouts seem easy and make riders want more. Tunde offers promising benefits.
Kendall Toole’s 15-Minute New Tracks Ride
Sometimes all you want to do is ride with the current trend and even find a new music playlist. You will enjoy more than the short, fun Peloton ride she offers.
Emma Lovewell’s 20-Minute New Tracks Ride
Emma Lovewell is also available for the latest tracks. Emma’s rides are not for the faint of heart. You may feel more impact in 20 minutes than you would on a 60-minute ride.
Matt Wilpers 45-Minute Power Zone Endurance Ride
Peloton rides are what drew you to Peloton. Even if you are a beginner, you can still enjoy a 45-minute Power Zone Endurance Ride. Although it may not be fast, the class is suitable for intermediate and beginner riders.
In a Nutshell
We have shaved down the number of beginner classes by offering only ten options. You can choose a class and you will probably complete all of the above in the first two weeks. Remember what we said? Explore as much of Peloton as you can. You might be surprised at how many people you fall in love with.