Besides getting more sleep and drinking more water, there was a common theme: They wanted to be more ambitious.
Last month, the at-home fitness brand took the number one spot on the Crain s New York Business 2016 Fast50, a list of the fastest-growing companies in New York.
Founder and CEO John Foley describes Peloton as a software, hardware, and content company.
A former engineer and competitive cyclist, Foley started Peloton in 2012 because he and his wife couldn t find the time to go to the gym but felt existing at-home workouts fell short.
Customers buy the bike and then take group fitness classes delivered over video.
Peloton, which now has 20 national retail stores, currently streams 12 hours of content every day from its Chelsea cycling and production studio.