The MYX II’s lower cost was what made it more attractive than the Peloton. Although there are many, I will only highlight a few.

The MYX II’s overall feeling is more personal. The Swivel screen allows you to easily do off-bike exercises, something I struggled with on the Peloton. Burpees and other exercises were something I tried to do, but would fall off the bike. Additionally, The MYX II offers handlebar height and depth adjustments and a larger pedal diameter—all things that make a difference for someone like me who is on the shorter side. You can also choose from white or black colors to complement your gym’s interior, as well as any closets and other areas of the home dedicated to exercise.

The best feature, in my opinion, is the ability to control the music volume and coach separately. This feature does not exist on the Peloton. Sometimes you just want to feel like your in a bootcamp with an instructor to help you. Other days, you might want to relax and listen to your trainer tell you how to do better. 

Peloton was a great experience, but I am falling in love MYXfitness’ trainers. Their trainers are encouraging, fun and can help you work out in an enjoyable way. You can also stream the classes via an app. This allows you to do pilates, running, and walking sessions with a trainer on-the-go.

There are many other benefits that The MYX II Bike offers in the gym. I could continue to go on, but you can do your research. You can sweat how you want. With 2022 only a few weeks away, I recommend you get The MYX Bike II. Those toned legs and abs won’t happen by themselves!