Peloton offers 90 days of free spring training for the quarantined

Get the bike-free fitness app at no cost for 3 months.

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If you're looking to turn your coronavirus quarantine or social distancing efforts into a spring training session, fitness-tech company Peloton is offering a free 90-day trial subscription to its home-workout app -- no stationary bike needed. Once the free trial expires, the app costs $13 per month. Previously, the app's free trial period was 30 days. 

The home-fitness app enables group participation in classes including yoga, strength training, meditation and cardio workout. 

Keep an eye out, though. The Peloton app isn't the same as the $39 membership you can get if you also buy one of its bikes or treadmills. 

The Peloton app is available for Android phones and iPhones.  

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