by Sarah JF Braley | July 10, 2020

What do you think of when you hear the word "Peloton"? The snaking pack of riders during the Tour de France? The spin-bike classes and beyond-your-budget stationary bikes? There's a lot more to the company than you know. Its top-rated app (five stars from almost 300,000 users on the App Store) comes with thousands of workouts. Strength-training, stretching, yoga, running, cycling, meditation and more are among the options. Try the app for free for 30 days; after that, a Peloton Digital Membership costs $12.99 a month. 

If Peloton isn't right for you, Marie Claire just published a list of 45 great exercise apps. You should be able to find just what you need there.