Meet Guide’s newest feature: Rep Tracking

Meet Guide’s newest feature: Rep Tracking

By PelotonUpdated September 21, 2022


Meet Guide’s Newest Feature: Rep Tracking

AI-powered personal training to take your strength workouts to the next level.

It’s been one of our most Member-requested features since we launched Peloton Guide in April 2022.And now it’s here.

Rep Tracking is our latest AI-powered personal training feature built for you—to help you track, improve, and strengthen over time. Rep Tracking seamlessly counts every rep, sets target goals, and tracks the weight you use for an intelligent strength-training system. Try it in three new collections today—with more classes added every week.

Here’s how it works.

Every Rep Counts

Individual exercise reps are counted—along with total weight lifted in your workout—so you can see how you improve over time. For example, if you perform 20 reps of goblet squats with a 20 lb dumbbell, you’ll get credit for 400 lbs of total volume.

Rep Tracking also keeps track of time-based movements, such as planks, by setting targets in seconds or minutes and counting how long you hold it. For a 30-second plank, for instance, Guide will count your hold until you hit the 30 second target mark.

Intelligent Weight Rack

Input the free weights you have at home into Guide for a smart weight rack system. Choose your light, medium, or heavy weights for class and Guide will automatically track how much you lift per exercise and show your improvement over time.

Need to change it up mid-set? Switch your weights using voice commands or by choosing a new dumbbell from your Weight Rack on screen.

Go Further with Streaks

Push for those extra reps with our newest Guide-exclusive metric, Streaks, which gives you credit for hitting multiple rep targets in a row.

Progress Tracking

Trackable rep-based movements now have a rep Target Hit to aim for (e.g., 15/15 reps), while time-based movements have a time target (e.g., 30 seconds). You’ll work to gain credit for completing every target. At the end of class, you’ll see your reps, weights, and volume for every move and compare how you’ve become stronger across classes.

New collections for Guide

Explore Rep Tracking on Peloton Guide today and try it with one of our three new collections—with even more programs and classes to come over the next few months.

  • The Century Collection: Master a single movement and push yourself to 100 reps in this fun yet challenging program to track and revisit over time.

  • Rep It Out: How many reps can you rack up in a 10-minute period? Try these quick, stackable classes after a solid warm up.

  • Pump Up the Volume: Cultivate strength with this dynamic 4-week series that allows you to focus on increasing reps and weights for a few movements over time.

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