By Laura Medina
Winter 2018 Olympics special. We all know that these Olympians are at their top physical peak to qualify at the games.
But, what the tv hosts and crew? How do they stay in shape?
Thanks to virtual reality, NBC's Today Show's Natalie Morales and crew are sweating, staying warm and fit, thanks to interactive spinning and training Peloton sponsoring NBC's Winter Olympics. Not only is it convenient for the tv hosts and correspondents and crew, it's a good message that spinning/biking is not a sunny-only sport or fitness. With Peloton, you can still continue to spin inside the warmth of your own home, whenever you want, according to your schedule, at anytime.
"Cabin Fever" and "hygge-ing" are no excuses for getting soft and flabby. As for packing on the pounds for warmth, muscle will always weigh more than fat and muscle always burn fat for fuel; and spinning will always keep you warm, if not sweaty.
For "Today Show" fans, spinning with your favorite Today Show hosts, is a great fitness motivator.
This lucky scribe was spinning, live, with Natalie Morales, breaking and busting a sweat, for warmth, during a 45-minute work0ut session. A Winter Olympic treat.
NBC Olympics and Peloton, the in-home fitness and technology company, are live streaming indoor cycling classes from NBC Olympics’ broadcast studio in PyeongChang, South Korea, during the XXIII Olympic Winter Games. Peloton members across the country will have the unique opportunity to access classes streamed live from South Korea, for the first time. Peloton will host four classes during the Games, which will mark its first-ever broadcast outside its NYC studios, and will give its members the opportunity to ride alongside NBCUniversal talent and retired Olympians.