Every week, Your New Favorite Playlist introduces you to workout-worthy tunes from a different fitness brand. This week, Peloton Cycle shares a playlist it will be using during its upcoming #MEGAFHIXRIDEcrawl with its fitness-studio neighbors SLT and The Fhitting Room.
Most of the time, fitness studios aren’t in the habit of sending you to their competitors. But that’s exactly what the indoor-cycling studio Peloton Cycle did when it partnered with nearby fitness brands SLT and The Fhitting Room to launch its #MEGAFHIXRIDE crawl. It’s like a bar crawl—but instead of going from bar to bar, you’re invited to go from studio to studio during the week of August 31 to September 6. At the end of the week, everyone who’s taken one class at each of the three studios (during one of the specially designated class times for the crawl) will get access to special offers.
“Each of these three workouts are really different, so the combination will challenge your body like nothing else,” says Nicole Meline, who’s an instructor at both Peloton and SLT. “Indoor cycling at Peloton is a strength-building, nonstop cardio party on a bike; SLT is a core-focused Pilates Megaformer sweat fest, and The Fhitting Room is no-kidding high-intensity interval strength training. We created the crawl to unite three of the most innovative studios in the city and build a tribe of sweat.”
Meline won’t just be teaching classes during the crawl; she’ll also be participating in it herself. “I can’t wait to lure my riders to the Megaformer and see my focused Pilates clients unleash on the bike,” she says. “The crawl will be the first time I take on The Fhitting Room.” One of the ways she’ll keep people who are brand-new to Peloton motivated is through her fun, upbeat playlists. “My formula is Heart+Soul+Funk,” she says. “Lots of new riders for the crawl—so extra funk.” Here’s the mix she plans to use in one of the classes next week:
You can download the playlist on Spotify. Not ready to sweat this second? Sample some of the songs:
Source: Women’s Health Mag