A brand-new “One Team Challenge” is currently being developed by the Peloton Germany team. But it is accessible to Peloton members worldwide. Erik Jager, a German teacher, and Motsi Mabuse, a South African instructor, are the ones coming up with the challenge.
The competition will go on for a total of four weeks. Erik will develop stacked lessons for a total of two days’ worth every week. To take part in the competition, you will need to sign up for a new mission on Peloton’s website per week. In addition to that, you may earn badges for completing them.
The 24th of April will mark the beginning of the challenge. On the other hand, the challenge portion of Peloton’s website and the app has already been used to generate all of the tasks, of which there is one for each week. If you finish all of them, there is a strong possibility that you may be awarded a unique fifth badge after the fact as well.
While Erik will be offering suggested stacks, it looks that Peloton will be monitoring your progress through the challenge merely if you perform an exercise of whatever the emphasis is that week, for at least two consecutive days. For instance, if you want to get the badge for Week 1, you need to attend a cardio session on at least two separate days between April 24 and April 30. During the second week, you are required to attend a strengthening class on both Monday and Wednesday, etc.