Peloton’s Program Total Strength 2 With Andy Speer Updated

The main update with Peloton’s Total Strength 2 training is the addition of more variety. In the past, members had to do the same warmup class 22 times and the same stretch 22 times throughout the program.

Now, there’s a fresh twist to the program. Andy Speer included 5 new Warm Up classes at different points in the program, and they’ve thrown in an extra stretch as well. Don’t worry, though – the program’s length and number of classes remain the same. Peloton just swapped out some old warm up and stretch classes for new ones to make things less repetitive.

Alongside these changes, Peloton also adjusted the number of classes needed to earn specific badges. The bronze badge still requires 34 classes. To snag the silver badge, you now need to finish 48 classes, compared to the previous 51. And if you’re aiming for the Gold badge, 55 classes will do it, instead of the original 61.

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Now, let’s delve into the specifics of what got switched around in the program. It’s worth mentioning that if you’re using the Bike, Tread, App, or website to follow the program, it’s already updated. The new classes will pop up automatically, so you don’t need to lift a finger. What follows is an explanation for those who are curious or prefer a more self-paced approach outside the structured program.

If you’re one of those individuals, we’ve also updated our page that lays out the complete Total Strength 2 program and provides a full list of classes, incorporating all these revisions.

It’s important to note that the changes we made only affect the warm-up and stretching classes. The core daily classes and strength tests are untouched, so there’s no need to worry about that.

Let’s talk about the daily stretches. Initially, members had to do the exact same stretch 22 times. But now, Peloton made a change. You’ll do a new stretch 8 times, reducing the instances of the original stretch to 14.

Here’s where the new stretch comes in: It’s slotted for Day 1 and Day 3 in both Week 1 and Week 2. Also, it’s now part of Day 2 in Weeks 3, 4, 5, and 6.

Turning to the daily warm-up classes, there’s even more diversity. While only one new stretch was added, they introduced 5 fresh Warm Up classes into the mix. Previously, you did the same Warm Up routine 22 times throughout the program.

Though the program still kicks off with that same original Warm Up Class on Week 1 Day 1, things change on Day 3 and Day 5 of Week 1 – you’ll encounter an entirely new warm-up class on those two days.

Week 1 stands out as the only week with distinct warm-up classes throughout its duration. In the following weeks, you’ll do the same stretch every day of that week.

Now, onto Week 2. Once again, you’ll encounter three warm-up classes, and all of them will be the fresh new warm-up.

Jumping to Week 3, there are four days’ worth of warm-up classes. Interestingly, you’ll revisit the original warm-up class from the initial program (the same one you did on Week 1 Day 1).

Turning to Week 4, you’ll have another set of four days with warm-up classes. This time, the new warm-up will be repeated for all four days.

As Week 5 rolls in, you’ll experience the new warm-up routine four times throughout the week.

Lastly, in the program’s final week, you’ll engage in the new warm-up routine four more times, bringing the program to a close.

If you’re interested in viewing the complete list of classes in sequence for the Total Strength 2 with Andy Speer program, you can find it here.

Does the prospect of having a bit more variety in the program excite you?

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