Peloton after 3 months

Peloton doesn’t bury its data export stuff deep in settings, either. It’s right there on the your workouts page. With this data, I can build some pivot tables in excel and get some data that’s useful to me.

I opened my Peloton account 96 days ago, on May 31, 2019. Here’s what I’ve got after three months.

Number of types of workout

Fitness Discipline Count
Cardio 1
Cycling 6
Meditation 24
Strength 48
Stretching 8
Yoga 14
Grand Total 101

Calories Burned (this would be massively approximate)

Fitness Discipline Calories Burned
Cardio 117
Cycling 399
Strength 2508
Stretching 86
Yoga 568
Grand Total 3678

Time Spent in minutes

Fitness Discipline Minutes
Cardio 20
Cycling 215
Meditation 160
Strength 580
Stretching 40
Yoga 270
Grand Total 1285

Instructor Frequency

Instructor Number of classes
Aditi Shah 8
Ally Love 4
Andy Speer 2
Anna Greenberg 8
Becs Gentry 4
Cody Rigsby 1
Colleen Saidman Yee 1
Denis Morton 2
Emma Lovewell 23
Hannah Marie Corbin 2
Jennifer Jacobs 1
Jess King 4
Jess Sims 1
Kristin McGee 11
Matty Maggiacomo 2
Oliver Lee 3
Olivia Amato 5
Rebecca Kennedy 6
Robin Arzon 3
Ross Rayburn 9
Selena Samuela 1
Grand Total 101

Live vs On Demand

Class Type Count
Live 7
On Demand 94
Grand Total 101

Some data was blank because I only use the app subscription. I don’t have a Peloton bike or treadmill, so I have no data for:

  • Avg. Watts
  • Avg. Resistance
  • Avg. Cadence (RPM)
  • Avg. Speed (kph)
  • Distance (km)
  • Avg. Heartrate
  • Avg. Incline
  • Avg. Pace (min/km)

That data would be cool to have, but it’s not Buy a Peloton Bike” cool. A Fitbit would probably give me approximates there. I know the stereotype for Peloton is that it’s ludicrously expensive, but the app subscription by itself is only CAD$20 a month. I’m pretty happy with it so far.

September 4, 2019