Taylor Swift is having the moment of all moments.
Not only has she recently become a billionaire thanks to the release of her latest album, but her romance with Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs is the talk of the town.
More and more industries are taking advantage of Taylor’s golden touch, including the world of fitness.
Perhaps the most exciting development for Swifties is the latest series of Taylor-themed workouts offered by exercise bike megabrand, Peloton.
11 new high-energy spin workouts launch today in the brand’s app, all set to the tune of Swift’s recently reissued album, 1989, which includes hits like Shake It Off and Bad Blood.
TikTokers are browsing hundreds of thousands of Taylor Swift’s fitness classes, while stationary bike brand Peloton offers a full day of workouts featuring the star’s greatest hits.
But Peloton isn’t the only fitness brand taking inspiration from Taylor.
On TikTok, hundreds of young women share snippets of their unconventional workouts, which look more like a college party than an exercise class.
There is something for everyone: spinning, aerobics, weight lifting and even yoga. Here’s DailyMail.com’s pick of the best ones to try…
THE BIKE BRAND OFFERS A FULL DAY OF TAYLOR
COST: $2500 for an exercise bike and from $12.99 for a monthly prescription
On November 2 and 3, the 2.99 million people with a subscription to the Peloton app, which offers virtual workouts, will be able to access a full program of 11 classes with a Taylor Swift soundtrack.
Starting at 9:30 EST with pilates and yoga, weight lifting, and the infamous Peloton rides, you can participate with or without the expensive stationary bike.
Peloton offers 11 new classes set in Taylor Swift’s latest re-release, 1989 (Taylor’s version). They will be available on-demand a couple of hours after the live training ends.
Sessions will be available on demand a couple of hours after live classes, with unlimited access.
HIIT TRAINING THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
COST: From $28 per class, or $199 for 10 classes
Orange Theory Fitness attracts millions of people across the country with its unique one-hour classes that include rowing, cycling and weight training.
And now, several of its 1,500 locations across the country are offering a version of its interval training based on Taylor Swift’s biggest hits.
Some local gyms have even given customers this experience for free: In April, the Eleanor Tinsley Park location in Houston announced a free Taylor Swift-themed class to celebrate the Age of Star tour.
YOGA FLOW TO THE LATEST ALBUM
COST: $119 for four classes for one month
If yoga is more your thing, boutique studio Y7, which has locations in New York, Los Angeles and Austin, is adapting some of its vinyasa classes (fast-paced routines) to Swift’s latest reissued album, 1989.
Open to all levels, their We Flow Hard Vinyasa classes feature three sequences of movements, repeated three times and gradually increasing in tempo.
The Third Avenue location in New York is currently advertising a 1989-themed We Flow Hard yoga class on the fitness app. class pass.
THE PARTY SPIN CLASS
csoundtrack: From $22 per class
TikTok is filled with Swifties offering insight into their fun spin classes: pumping the pedals while shaking their arms to Taylor’s tunes.
Many of them are filmed at Cycle Bar, which has more than 200 locations across the United States and offers a choice of 45, 60 or 75-minute spin classes.
All classes are set to high-energy pop music, including Taylor Swift songs, if you book one of their themed workouts.
Each course is a combination of hill climbs, sprints, barbell arm exercises, and a stretch to finish.
THE DIY TREADMILL TRAINING TAYLOR
COST: From $79.99 for a home treadmill, or from $40 per month for a gym membership
If you don’t fancy a group class, TikTok influencer Allie Bennett has a solution for you. In April, the North Carolina-based content creator invented a Taylor Swift-themed treadmill workout that went viral and racked up more than 3 million views.
TikToker Allie Bennett’s Taylor Swift treadmill workout went viral last year, reaching over 3 million views. The 30-minute routine involves speeding up the pace in accordance with the increasing tempo of the songs.
Bennett’s routine involves walking and running at different paces, along with a playlist of songs of different tempos.
She advises starting by listening to Taylor’s 2019 hit, ‘The Man,’ and increasing your speed by 1 mph each time the song changes.
Set the treadmill to “any incline” you want, although Bennett usually starts with an incline of eight and then reduces it to one when running.
A variety of Taylor-themed workout playlists are now available at The influencer’s website.