Users are encouraged to complete any five strength courses taught by Erik Jager along with Irene Scholz by the end of January as part of the newly introduced “DFB-Akademie Challenge.” And at that point, you will be presented with a unique badge. In addition, Peloton will contribute €5 to Aktion Deutschland Hilft for every exercise that is completed, up to a maximum donation of 50,000 Euros.
To begin, you will be required to opt-in; to do that, you may use website, Peloton iOS app, Treadmill, or a Bike. After that, you may go to the strength area, filter to Erik or Irene, and discover that you can only view one class per each. In that case, navigate to your settings and make sure that courses in German are activated.
This program is being held by Peloton Germany in conjunction with the DFB Academy. Peloton announced their new collaboration in last October. It will last for two years. Over the last few months, there have been several “DFB” branded workshops that have included both Irene and Erik.
It is unclear how much of a “program” is included in this challenge given that the challenge requires participants to choose any five random strength courses taught by either of the two instructors.
What is new about this challenge?
This specific competition also has a contribution to charity built into it, in the form of a gift that will be made by Peloton when it has been completed. They assist persons in need throughout the harsh winter in Germany by providing food, emergency housing, and other forms of much-required assistance. As a result, all participants will contribute a maximum of 50,000 EUR.