No — Peloton says its for everyone, but they are not.
show me an older person with just old age issues who can ride with a cadence of 100-120 and resistance 45-plus climbing upwards throughout the ride Or perform a standing ride with cadence 80+. Our hips and legs just don’t do that. Not to mention seniors who have had torn calf or hamstring issues, knee and or hip replacement.
maybe some day peloton will add classes for the aging riders.
but in the meantime their response (which I’ve been hearing more during different rides) is: “you do you, I’ll do me” - a real professional instructor techniques I assume?
I have found several instructors that are great motivators, coaching throughout (not singing, dancing or reading leader board) and their classes are great. I choose between the Beginner or the Low Impact Class type with Sam Yo, Ben Alldis, or Christine D’Ercole.