Peloton’s New Ad For Its Fitness Bikes Has Social Media Throwing Fits | TODAY

Peloton’s New Ad For Its Fitness Bikes Has Social Media Throwing Fits | TODAY


93 comments on “Peloton’s New Ad For Its Fitness Bikes Has Social Media Throwing Fits | TODAY

  1. Rob B Post author

    Still waiting for someone to say what’s so appalling?

    Do all these people understand fitness and being healthy isn’t about body weight? Someone can be thin and unhealthy. She would have improved things like her lungs, heart, etc. someone like her shape who doesn’t exercise by doing this could add 5 to 10 years to there life. All the cry babies need to stop crying. Virtue signaling is pathetic

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  2. Marty See Post author

    Everyday our society becomes more stupid than the day before.What group or groups is really behind this? Its not just a comedian.

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  3. hi yall Post author

    The internet has found another thing to hate on for literally not understanding how exercising works because they have nothing else to do in their life but sit at a screen and complain

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  4. gregkrazanski Post author

    are people stupid? there are millions of people who are skinny and not fit. if a skinny unfit person works out, they will feel way better. case closed, right?

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  5. Patricia Gurwitz Post author

    Folks, you need to get a life. Regardless of one’s weight, we should all do exercise to stay in shape & for our overall well being!!!

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  6. SoCali Post author

    All I saw was a husband giving his wife a gift that not only prevents weight gain but also will lower her risk of diabetes, cancer, and heart attacks. But in today's society everything is considered sexism or racism.

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  7. Machtyn Post author

    "A year ago, I didn't realize how much this would change me."

    Don't worry, none of the rest of us can see it.

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  8. Cole The Great Post author

    Maybe Peloton is trying to sell their product to bike enthusiasts not necessarily fat people trying to lose weight selfish people

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  9. Glenda Hunt Post author

    What if the Peloton helped her with a mental health issue? SMH. Maybe she was depressed and couldn't get out of bed because she didn't have a reason. People are really one-track. And shallow.

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  10. Angel on a journey Post author

    It’s just hard to be sympathetic about her journey if there’s no clear change, rather it be weight loss, muscle gain, easing depression, etc. I get where the ad was going, but they could’ve made it more obvious, specific and focused.

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  11. Mr. Sensible Post author

    They should make an advert with a fat woman instead, but she gives up after 1 week, and is even fatter and unhealthier by the next Christmas, and single too. Sorry.. "Self-Partnered" THAT would actually be more realistic than than this advert everyone complains about

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  12. The Haunting Hour Post author

    I’m skinny and I’m not healthy at all. So what? Skinny people are not allowed to have healthy insides?

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  13. tyler wilson Post author

    being in good shape is more than how much you weigh….. what is the problem? people just looking way too far into this ad

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  14. Ojos Verdes Post author

    Stupid ad…. Why you don't put a 🐖 fat and then his or her life will be dramatically changed… I will not buy this bike because you just created a commercial that is sexist what's wrong with women like her ? 🤷🤔🤔 This woman should not have weight issue problem she looks fit! 😤

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  15. itsjustdeb579 Post author

    And this my friends is why I stopped watching the news zoos. Thin people need exercise too. It helps your heart, emotional well being, digestion….etc.
    Being 112 #s doesn't mean you're heart healthy

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  16. Evan Harris Post author

    Just because she’s thin doesn’t mean she’s healthy. If she was overweight people would talk about how “bigger people don’t need to lose weight, they’re fine the way they are”.

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  17. vinny Cool Post author

    Maybe it was a fit person that wants to get even more fit. Maybe it was someone that wanted to get into cycling but didn’t know where to start. Maybe it’s a an advertisement that exaggerates reality like every advertisement that has ever been has done.

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  18. Disco Biker Barefoot Acrylics Post author

    I never heard anything against it but I thought it was stupid. She's a small woman for crying out loud! I wouldn't own one anyway. They're a satanic company. If the anchor's boss is a partner, they're in on it too.

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  19. Ron Johnson Post author

    So the difference between fitness and weight loss is inconceivable amongst the cronie virtue signaling crowd. Go figure

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  20. Saitama Post author

    4019: walmart films a commercial

    Triggered people: HOW DARE YOU FILM THE WALMART ON 12TH STREET YOU SEXIST

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  21. Cesar Paredes Jr. Post author

    it's not peddling……………………………………..NBC just creating more noise on Social Media………….he could give her a pair of sneakers to walk……………couples doing a lot of walking with kids……:) ….bye

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  22. Ramirez1998 Post author

    What if the lady asked for it, you schmucks. Just because you’re skinny doesn’t mean your healthy

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  23. ꧂FrankThePussyFooter꧁ Post author

    Excercise bikes been out since the 80's, people couldn't give them away. Now fools are paying $4,000+ for this BULLSHH????

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  24. Michael Gilbert Post author

    People exercise for lots of reasons – to feel better emotionally and physically, to be more fit, to live longer, or just because they flat out enjoy it. I know many people who would be thrilled to receive a $2,000 piece of exercise equipment as a gift. Just because you're fat and lazy, don't assume everyone else is.

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  25. Annie Armitage Post author

    In a world full of virtue signalling, feminist,
    man hating leftists, it doesn’t surprise me one bit, that an advert featuring a husband helping and encouraging a wife to get fit would become ripe for criticism and ridicule.

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  26. jloae Post author

    There are a lot of resentful people in the world who hate people trying to improve themselves, it's best to ignore their resentment and aim to rise above it. No matter what body shape you are, or how attractive you are, everyone can benefit from regular exercise!

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  27. Semi-Charmed Life Post author

    Social media is out of hand for thinking this is sexist and is out of touch. Why you have to be so critical on an AD?!? Instead of a thin woman, would it be better to fat-shaming? Next time on the street when a girl needs help carrying her heavy bags maybe I should think twice on helping since that would be sexist.

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  28. Pablo Gonzalez Post author

    This is stupid being thin did not excuse me from mandatory exercise in the military including spin class

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  29. Blacktop Robinowitz Post author

    Peloton is smart. They don’t want to encourage really fat broads to sit on their bikes, then ask for refunds because the bikes collapsed under their weight.

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  30. Blacktop Robinowitz Post author

    The real problem is the fat feminists who are angry because they’ll never find husbands.

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  31. Gina Post author

    It always amazes me how people want to jump on every single thing and weave it into what they want it to be. It is a Commercial. I see it as a Partner/Husband that simply cares about his Partner's Health/Well Being.

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  32. nuno rodrigues Post author

    Hey if you want a divorce… Lol nevermind the sexism, but after paying 2200 plus the 50 sub you have no money left to eat… Lol and 116lb to 122lb its just 4lb in a year. Boys take notes, do not do this if you love her.

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  33. Solomon Treize Post author

    We live in a country of simpletons who are weak at heart. People exercise for more than just losing weight. Exercise is good for your heart, circulation, muscle development, respiratory health, a good stress reliever, etc. what a ridiculous take on this commercial.

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  34. BrIronman BTL Post author

    I am disgusted by negativity to this ad or situation.

    If the person wasn't working out and then changed to working out it has a BEAUTIFUL EFFECT ON YOUR BODY going from.near useless muscles to muscles that move you.

    Regardless of how slender the person is.

    People in general can't even stop for a stop sign. Most people's opinions are worthless anyway.

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  35. Chefgusto Post author

    Lol because apparently being slim makes you fit. It’s fitness people. It’s not always about losing weight. Plus who tf wants to see a chubby or fat person in a fitness commercial.

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  36. Greg Post author

    I am about to do my daily ride on my Trek Verve 3. I run ten miles on it in the real world in freezing temps. Maybe I’m just an old fashion 60 year old. Children and their toys inside $3,000,000 mansions….yep….I’m old fashioned. Gotta go ride now. 🤪

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  37. BAXTER GAMING Post author

    This is ridiculous.. why does everything have to have a hidden meaning. Maybe she just likes to exercise. "News flash" because exercising is good for your health.. everything these days has to be all about drama and over analyzing why some one said or did something .

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  38. Anthony Marici Post author

    More fat ugly man hating feminists outraged by everything they're not—- a slim good looking woman. Don't praise the woman for being a mother and wanting to take care of herself. Don't praise the husband for being generous and giving. No, just condemn it from a convoluted, Leftist anti heterosexual anti family skewed perspective.

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  39. Chef Camsey Post author

    Why is buying a piece of exercise equipment for your partner sexist ? When did wanting your partner to live a healthy life become a bad thing ?

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  40. W J Post author

    Social media = fat feminists, and white knight pedos that make up 0.0005% of the population. It must really be a horrible existence to have everything hurt your feelings. One day you losers will have your voice taken away from you and you'll be right where you belong in society…a bunch if incels and 30 wallers 👏👏👏👏👏

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  41. Daniel Gaston Post author

    How do people in their late 20's early 30's STAY fit. Maybe she had brought it up and he went out and got it. Fit people are fit because they stay fit. They set goals and accomplish them. Don't see anything wrong with a fit person working out.

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  42. Don White Post author

    Let me guess. It would have been okay if she bought him one after throwing out his favorite sweatshirt and giving him a honey do list. She has girls night out where her and her friends drink wine and get drunk but he can't have a guys night out and play cards at his buddies house.

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