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    Fox Business Network White House Correspondent Edward Lawrence drew a bemused double-take from White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki — and laughter from several colleagues — for citing “free Peloton memberships for House staffers” in a question about President Joe Biden. On Friday afternoon, Psaki took to the podium for the final time before Karine Jean-Pierre takes over as her successor, and fielded questions on a variety of topics — sometimes all at once. Such was the case for Lawrence, who crammed so many reference points into the preamble for his question about Biden’s in-or-out-of-touchness that Psaki drew laughs by remarking on it: MR. LAWRENCE: Yeah. I want to build on Josh’s question here. You know, CPI inflation is 8.3 percent. We know it’s hard to get baby formula. Gas and diesel fuel is now at record prices again today. House staffers are getting free Peloton memberships. A Monmouth poll says — MS. PSAKI: Wow, there’s a lot packed into that list there you have. (Laughter.) MR. LAWRENCE: Yeah, I know. MS. PSAKI: I don’t know how it’s related. It’s a potpourri. MR. LAWRENCE: Okay,...
    The House of Representatives is planning to give all its staffers free Peloton memberships using taxpayer dollars at the same time Americans are facing rising gas and food prices due to inflation, according to reports. Beginning May 18, staffers can access the thousands of on-demand exercise classes for free, according to Politico, who first reported the news. The “Premier Employee Benefit” includes a Peloton app membership and Peloton All-Access and would be made available to the estimated 10,000 people who work for the House of Representatives and about 2,300 Capitol Police officers, according to Fox News. A source told Fox Business that the contract cost $10,000 in an upfront payment to Peloton and will cost an extra $10 per month for each staffer or officer that uses the benefit — which could equal $120,000 a month. For the rest of America, an app membership costs $12.99 to access exercise classes, and an All-Access membership costs $24 per month through the end of 2022, according to the fitness company’s website. After 2022, the All-Access membership would go up to $39 dollars per...
    Peloton announced that owners will need to sign up for a $39 monthly subscription to use its $4,000 treadmill because it made changes to its product after a voluntary recall that was linked to dozens of incidents and a child's death. Peloton's range of fitness bikes and treadmills have "Just Ride" and "Just Run" features that allow owners to exercise without the need for a membership to a range of instructional classes. If owners didn't want to pay for the classes or wanted to cancel their membership, they could still work out using these features. 8 great exercise bikes and alternatives to Peloton However, following safety concerns after a child was killed and more than 70 incidents were reported in which some users suffered injuries such as broken bones and cuts, Peloton issued a voluntary recall for the Tread+. Following those incidents, the free "Just Run" option was removed as part of an update that added a safety lock feature called Tread Lock. Peloton stated that "due to current technical limitations, Tread Lock is not yet available without a Peloton Membership." ...
    In this article PTONMaggie Lu uses a Peloton Tread treadmill during CES 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 11, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Ethan Miller | Getty ImagesSome Peloton customers are outraged after the company disabled a free run setting on its high-end treadmill, forcing users to pay an extra monthly membership fee, according to reports across social media. Previously, people who had shelled out more than $4,000 for Peloton's Tread+ treadmill machine were able to select a "Just Run" setting and exercise without accessing Peloton's digital workout content. But following a recent safety update, the "Just Run" feature has disappeared, multiple users said on Twitter after receiving an email notice from the company. Now, Peloton users need to pay a $39 monthly membership fee to use their treadmills. And some customers are threatening legal action, Business Insider separately reported, as they're angry over the additional charges. A Peloton spokesperson didn't immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment. A spokesperson for the home exercise equipment maker told Business Insider that the company would be waiving three months...
    New York (CNN Business)Paid time off, retirement benefits and ... a Peloton membership? That could be your newest work perk as the fitness company rolls out a corporate program that offers free app memberships that normally cost $12.99 per month.Peloton Corporate Wellness is aimed at "providing employees access to innovative mental and physical health resources" the company announced Tuesday. The program gives participants access to the Peloton app, which features thousands of instructor-led fitness classes such as meditation, strength training and cardio. Discounts on Peloton hardware, including its popular bikes, are also included. Peloton Corporate Wellness is launching after "several years" of interest from companies looking to include it as a work benefit, said Peloton President William Lynch. In an interview with CNN Business, he said that the goal is to "extend the Peloton universe to more communities" by growing beyond its current direct-to-consumer business. Lynch declined to disclose pricing specifics, but said it's a "really good value" for companies. The program will be available to employers in five countries including the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Peloton...
    Free agent J.J. Watt spurns Buffalo Bills for Arizona By: Geoff Magliocchetti March 1, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditDespite a supposedly promising social media update earlier in the day, J.J. Watt will not join the Buffalo Bills. source: me. pic.twitter.com/1Y6okQBUy5 — JJ Watt (@JJWatt) March 1, 2021 A promising lead involving J.J. Watt’s supposed Peloton profile veered off course for the Buffalo Bills on Monday. Bills fans were enthused by a report from ESPN’s Field Yates, who claimed a Peloton profile belonging to Watt narrowed his free agency destinations down to Buffalo and two other contenders from Cleveland and Green Bay. However, Watt refuted ownership of such an exercise bike on Twitter and later revealed that he would instead be signing with the Arizona Cardinals in a separate post. The latter image shows the former Houston Texan lifting weights, clad in Cardinals gear, and is accompanied by the captions “source: me”. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the deal is worth $31 million over two seasons with $23 million guaranteed. With this move,...
    JJ Watt is in the business of pedaling rumors. The free-agent defensive end set the internet ablaze with a single tweet last week, reactivating a years-old meme that sent Browns, Bills and other NFL fans into an absolute frenzy. Now, Watt’s Peloton profile was recently updated and has fans foaming at the mouth for any hint of Watt news once again. MORE: NFL mock draft 2021 — Latest Round 1 projections Watt’s Peloton profile was updated to read “SB…GB..CLE..BUF.” Dissecting it, it seems obvious: Super Bowl 56, Green Bay, Cleveland, Buffalo, three teams that were rumored to be in on Watt’s services. Watt chimed in, saying he doesn’t own a bike. Whatever that means. Those teams listed feature two of the three teams that were reported to be in the lead for Watt’s services by NFL insider John Clayton last week: Clayton reported that the Titans were also in on the 31-year-old pass rusher. If you’ve been living under a rock, Peloton bikes are the latest fitness craze that feature hi-tech screens and personal trainers pumping you up as you pedal. (What...
    A J.J. Watt Peloton profile that appeared to show the star defensive end narrowing down his free agency choices went viral on social media Monday. The profile appeared to show Watt giving fans insight into his next possible move. Fans caught wind of his new Peloton profile, which listed the teams. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "SB56… GB..CLE..BUF," the profile read. Dissecting the update, it appeared that Watt was choosing among the Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns and the Buffalo Bills. But Watt tried to calm down the commotion with a subsequent tweet: "I don’t own a bike. Stop." Watt finished his 10th season with the Texans, playing in all 16 games for only the second time in five seasons. He recorded 52 total tackles, five sacks and an interception that was returned for a touchdown. He was released last month and has since posted pictures of himself working out and preparing for the 2021 season. JJ WATT ASKING FOR MOMENT TO THINK AMID UPCOMING NFL OFFSEASON Frustrations appeared to boil over during the season. He called out the team’s...
    Biden administration to say separated migrant families should have option of being reunited in U.S.: NBC News Immigration a focus as Biden holds virtual talks with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Football fans have been monitoring J.J. Watt’s Twitter activity closely in recent weeks to see if there are any hints about where he might sign, and the madness has now spilled over to Peloton. That’s right, Peloton. © Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Jan 3, 2021; Former Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) walks off the field after a loss to the Tennessee Titans at NRG Stadium.  Zack Frydenlund of Complex Sports noticed on Monday that the account profile Watt has with Peloton may have given us our biggest hint yet about the star defensive lineman’s future. Watt’s bio has been updated to read “SB56…GB…CLE…BUF.” JJ Watt's Peloton account is interesting pic.twitter.com/HrJDbPRzkX — Football Chopz (@Pchopz_) March 1, 2021 It appears that is Watt’s actual Peloton account, though it’s always possible it could have been hacked. If Watt were to have narrowed his decision down to three...
    The race is heating up for the teams hoping to land NFL veteran pass rusher J.J. Watt as he has announced his top three choices. Ten-year veteran J.J. Watt is definitely one of the most coveted free agents of this year’s crop. Since his release from the Houston Texans, rumors have been consistently swirling about where the star is to continue his career. NFL teams looking to bolster their pass rush with a future Hall of Famer are definitely working behind the scenes to make a deal happen sooner than later, but Watt has his mind made up on the three places he’d like to land. We’ve known for a while now that Watt is likely looking for money and the chance to contend for a Super Bowl. Just days ago, he made it known which teams he would prefer not to be in business with. Now, it looks like he’s is dropping hints about his hopeful new home. J.J. Watt has announced his three ideal teams in free agencyWatt can certainly step in and have a huge impact for several...
    Courtesy of Peloton Peloton instructor Jess King said she doesn't track nutrients like carbs, fat, or protein. She eats what makes her feel good, which includes celery juice and home-cooked Mexican food.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Peloton instructor Jess King, a former dancer, is known for her high-energy bike and tread sessions.  As the daughter of a competitive bodybuilder and a lifetime athlete herself, you'd think King would be very particular about how she eats for her intense workouts and high-energy Peloton classes. But while food is a key part of fueling her performance, King told Insider she doesn't set specific daily goals for her macronutrients (carbohydrates, fat, and protein), or strictly structure her eating.  Instead, she listens to her body, and eats depending on how she's feeling that day and what her workouts include. "I don't really keep track, I'm a feelings person, I'm not a numbers person," she said.  For example, a hard weight lifting session might call for more fat and protein, while a long morning of spin classes could be followed by a...
    New York (CNN Business)First it was Beyoncé. Now it's ... Elvis? Peloton is unveiling its second music partnership, which includes custom-made tunes from the rock and roll icon.The fitness company is releasing remixes of three Elvis hits from DJ Dillon Francis, Outkast's Big Boi and electro-funk group Chromeo to be used exclusively across a variety of its classes. It marks the first time that artists created exclusive music for Peloton, which earlier this year settled a lawsuit with publishers who accused the cycling company of using unlicensed music. Remixed tracks include the Elvis songs "Catchin' On Fast," "Do the Vega" and "Clean Up Your Own Backyard." Peloton users will hear the songs in an "Ultimate Remix" collection in its app and be used in yoga, strength, core and outdoor running classes.Last month, Beyoncé signed a multi-year deal with Peloton to create a series of themed workout classes. It marked an important partnership for Peloton at a crucial point for its business: the platform's popularity and sales skyrocketed during the pandemic, but some investors and analysts are concerned that the rollout...
    More On: shopping 29 magical Harry Potter gift ideas to stupefy your favorite fan Apply math concepts in your day-to-day life with this expert-led training Nespresso, DeLonghi and more espresso makers that are still at Cyber Monday prices Theragun gives away free wellness gift with every device purchase Now that the turkey and stuffing have settled, it’s time to put the pedal to the medal and hit the home gym. As the holidays approach, many proactive people are looking to invest in a new home workout regimen, especially while gyms and cycle studios are closed due to the pandemic. The name of the game used to be Peloton, and Peloton only, as the end-all-be-all bike to get you in gear. However, with bikes on backorder for months, and bikes being recalled due to faulty pedals, many are canceling their orders and looking for a different kind of ride. Now, the electronic-bike path is more crowded, with different home fitness companies taking a turn on the main trail. From similar stationary bikes with screens, adjustable controls and handlebars...
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