Peloton has established a Health and Wellness Advisory Council to find ways to foster the “physical, mental and emotional wellbeing” of its subscribers worldwide. The council’s five members are doctors, researchers and other specialists in cardiovascular medicine, cardiopulmonary exercise, neurology and neuroscience. According to the company’s president, William Lynch, Peloton’s service has helped people deal with a number of health problems, from neurodegenerative disease and cancer to post-traumatic stress and post-partum depression. The New York-based company developed the first interactive indoor cycling platform to run via subscriptions in 2012 and now operates the world’s largest interactive fitness platform, with about 2.6 million subscribers. It has retail showrooms in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Germany.