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Peloton and TikTok Join Forces to Create a Fitness Hub

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Shares of Peloton Interactive experienced a significant rise after the popular at-home exercise company announced its collaboration with TikTok to establish a fitness hub on the widely-used social media platform.

Investors responded positively to the news, causing the stock to surge by 9.5% to $5.89. If this upward trend persists until the close, it will effectively break a four-day losing streak, as reported by Dow Jones Market Data.

The newly launched hub, known as #TikTokFitness Powered by Peloton, will be an integral part of the larger collection of programming called #TikTok Fitness. It will offer a diverse range of content, including live Peloton classes, the highly-regarded Instructor series of workouts, special collaborations with celebrities, and more. Peloton made this announcement in a press release issued on Thursday. The co-branded hub will be accessible to users in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.

Oli Snoddy, Peloton’s vice president of consumer marketing, expressed his excitement about the partnership, stating, “Peloton and TikTok both operate at the pace of cultural trends to better cater to our respective audiences. We acknowledge that the way people engage with fitness is constantly evolving.”

This isn’t the first time that Peloton has joined forces with a prominent company to expand its offerings. In September, the company formed a partnership with Lululemon Athletica to exclusively provide digital fitness content for the renowned retailer.

Although Peloton experienced tremendous growth during the pandemic, its stock has faced a decline of 31% over the past 12 months due to recalls of certain exercise gear. This has left analysts somewhat cautious about the company’s performance, with 60% of them rating Peloton’s shares as Neutral, according to FactSet.

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