“I think I’ve discovered the key to an active lifestyle. His name is Cody Rigsby, and he looks like a piece of Disney fan art — the kind where cartoon princes are rendered as photo-realistic living boys … Logging on to one of Rigsby’s sessions feels like syncing up with a human iPhone, always swiping toward some new distraction. It keeps me just stimulated enough to alleviate the monotony and discomfort of exercise without prompting me to do any of my own mental work.” The NYT’s Amanda Hess explains how Peloton classes are a new genre of content: a total curation of the mind. This is Your Brain on Peloton. (This is especially true for me. I just watch Peloton classes from bed. I call it Pillowton.)