What Is Peloton Roll Call? (And Peloton Roll Call Schedule)

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Peloton Roll Call classes are strength-based sessions that used to take place bright and early every morning.

However, the class has been tweaked a bit recently, and the daily 7:30 a.m. (ET) class isn’t quite as straightforward as it once was.

So, what is the new Peloton Roll Call schedule?

Well, read on for a simple breakdown of how these classes work, and when you can take them. We’ll be covering:

  • What Are Peloton Roll Call Classes In 2023?
  • When Are Roll Call Classes? The Peloton Roll Call Schedule

So show us your war face, line up for Roll Call, and read on!

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What Are Peloton Roll Call Classes In 2023?

Peloton Roll Call is a daily strength training class, rated as intermediate difficulty, and programmed to evenly work your entire body over the course of a week.

Numerous studies have demonstrated the massive benefits of strength training for cyclists in both speed and power, and strength training is a key component of a well-rounded cycling training program.

Currently, Roll Call is Peloton’s only class to be updated weekly.

When first introduced, every class went out live at 7:30 a.m. (ET). However, at the time of writing, classes are now split between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. (ET) and contain a mix of live classes and “encores” (repeats of previous live classes).

You can still sign up for Roll Call classes in Peloton Studios, although these appear to be less frequent than when they were first introduced back in 2023.

Almost all Peloton instructors lead Roll Call classes, and as strength classes, they require dumbbells.

A woman in a burgundy vest does a Peloton Roll Call strength training class from her living room.
Credit: Peloton

When Are Roll Call Classes? The Peloton Roll Call Schedule

The specific schedule for Roll Call is updated weekly and available to all Peloton members.

Generally, the weekly structure involves full body workouts on Monday and Friday, and then an even split of dedicated upper body, core, glutes, and leg classes on other days.

There is always at least one class per day, seven days a week.

The classes take place at either 7:30 a.m. or 5 p.m. (ET), and occasionally two will take place in a single day.

Check the schedule weekly as it’s updated week to week. It can be found on the Peloton platform and is available to members only.

Signing up for a daily Roll Call class is a great way to ensure you’re maintaining a well-rounded workout plan, and minimizes the chance of neglecting muscle groups.

So make the most of your Peloton membership, enlist for roll call, and get moving!

A woman in a yellow vest follows a Peloton Roll Call class on the monitor of her Peloton bike.
Credit: Peloton
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One of BikeTips' experienced cycling writers, Riley spends most of his time in the saddle of a sturdy old Genesis Croix De Fer 20, battling the hills of the Chilterns or winds of North Cornwall. Off the bike you're likely to find him with his nose in a book.

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