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Logan Aldridge ’09 Named Peloton’s First Adaptive Training Consultant and Instructor
Logan Aldridge wearing a blue Peloton T-shirt

Logan Aldridge ’09 has been brought on board by exercise equipment and media company Peloton as its first adaptive training consultant, a move that will also see the adaptive fitness innovator join the team of on-camera instructors.

Aldridge “brings extensive knowledge and experience as an active amputee athlete and comes to us as the co-founder and director of training at the Adaptive Training Academy, where he leads and develops research-based courses to enable accessible and inclusive fitness training for everyone, regardless of ability,” the company said in its announcement. “As an accomplished athlete (he can deadlift 500 lb ... just saying), philanthropist and professional motivational speaker who has toured internationally, we are thrilled for Logan to bring his unique perspective to how we can empower our members and community with tools and resources.”

Learn more about Aldridge’s new role on the Peloton blog. Read about his background in adaptive athletics — and his experiences as a Raven — in this story from the Spring 2020 issue of Ravenscroft Magazine.