A new study finds that a majority of instructor positions on the peloton are held by men.
In fact, only 3 percent of all instructors on the course were women.
The report comes from a study conducted by the Women’s College Sport Leadership Institute (WCSLI) in collaboration with Peloton.
The study, which was published in the online journal BMC Sport, is the first to look at the gender disparity in training at a sport level, with an eye to the next generation of female instructors.
“It’s important to look across disciplines,” said Dr. Linda Pfeffer, senior associate director of the WCSLI and co-author of the report.
“The gender gap in training has existed for a long time and the findings are very alarming.”
The study is the latest in a string of findings that show a lack of female role models for young women to emulate.
The American Cycling Association (ACA) has created a dedicated female training team that trains under the leadership of a new head of women’s sport.
The WCSLis also led the research team that surveyed more than 1,000 female instructors to examine their training, social media presence and other aspects of their lives.
In addition to their training and social media posts, they also took detailed measurements of their fitness, and were asked to rate their experience with gender-neutral gender-specific training.
Among the findings:Female instructors tend to be more confident and to be less comfortable working with men, which is reflected in their more gender-inclusive training.
They also have higher levels of satisfaction and higher levels more of confidence with their gender, which they attribute to their gender-awareness training.
The lack of women in the field of sport also makes them less likely to be offered a role.
The findings of the study show that women are more likely to have a position that is gender- neutral.
They are also less likely than their male counterparts to be given a role that involves a lot of risk or requires high level of responsibility.
Peloton, the world’s largest recreational and professional bicycle company, is one of the most respected and successful bike companies in the world.
The company was founded in 1891 by two men who built the first road bicycle and have since developed a reputation for innovative, technologically advanced and fun training methods.
The majority of their courses and products are available to women and girls.
Women are currently responsible for 70 percent of the total work load of the company’s training programs.
Pfeffer said that, with the current changes to the way the company operates, it is not possible to continue to maintain that level of gender parity.
The women who do work in the training department have higher expectations of themselves and their role, and also of their company and of each other, she said.
While the WCSI study does not take into account the fact that most women train in a very different way than men, it highlights the fact there are still gaps in the way that women train.
The report also highlighted the need for training programs that address gender equality and gender-related issues.
The WCSL has been conducting workshops around the country to encourage more women to apply to positions of leadership.
It is important to make sure that the training is geared towards the gender-balanced training that women need to be successful in any career, said Dr (ret.)
Michelle M. Miller, professor of human resources and training management at University of New Mexico.