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Peloton: Pricey or practical?

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Balking at a Peloton that costs $2,245? It made me want to faint too – and not just at the thought of spinning.

Then, I had a baby and making it to the gym seemed impossible. I started looking for at-home solutions and did the math. For about $100 a month I could have access to on-demand classes – spinning, strength, yoga, cardio and more.

Are there other solutions that are cheaper and effective? Undoubtedly. But Peloton offers a convenient workout that I can press play on any time. For parents, busy professionals or anyone seeking convenience, it’s worth doing the math.

Lyndsey Brzozowski, Bascom Communications & Consulting

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