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This startup just got $17 million to take on Peloton. Here’s why its founder thinks there’s a big opportunity in the home fitness market.

Pivot CEO Moawia Eldeeb

  • Moawia Eldeeb is relaunching his fitness technology startup to focus on serving at-home users.
  • His company, now called Pivot, previously offered a kind of smart mirror that served as a virtual trainer in gyms.
  • This fall, the company will launch a new device for consumers that will stream live workouts to them and track them as they do weight and interval training.
  • Pivot just got $17 million in series A funding to launch its product.
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Moawia Eldeeb didn’t set out to take on Peloton.

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com