Tempo Move is a fitness service that fixes Peloton’s biggest problem


Peloton has a problem. So does NordicTrack, and Mirror, and a host of others. All of these companies aim to bring fitness gear out of the era of legwarmers and rowing machines and into the connected, quantified present. And they’re all really freaking expensive, with Peloton’s Bike Plus starting at $2,500 / £2,295 (about AU$3,300) and NordicTrack’s treadmills topping out at $4,000 / £3,499 / AU$5,999. Among this Madison Avenue crowd, the Mirror seems almost cheap, at ‘just’ $1,400 (about £1,000 / AU$1,800).

Sure, a handful of cheap fitness gadgets are available, but total body fitness is an expensive business. And one company aims to fix that.

Democratizing fitness



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