Instructor Reveal: Jeremiah Baker

Meet the newest addition to our Revolve family, Instructor Jeremiah Baker! 


How did you get into Indoor Cycling? 

About four years ago there was a major shift in my life.  I was running around like crazy, chasing after things, people, and circumstances – it’s what I thought I was supposed to do! Long story short, I ran myself into a corner. I was exhausted all the time and honestly no fun to be around.

A friend invited me to a cycling class and after laughing at them I finally decided to give it a try. I didn’t think I had time for it, I was too busy creating my future.  Let me tell you, I’m so glad I went.  That first class changed my life.  I came to realize that I had to fill myself up first.  You can’t give what you don’t have.

Once I began focusing on me, my health, and my fitness, every other area of my life changed for the better.  Now I’m the one getting my friends to go to cycling!

Tell us about Jeremiah, the entrepreneur and music lover!

Well, I’m currently finishing a Doctorate in Saxophone at the Peabody Conservatory, the first conservatory in America.  I also recently founded an online music school (  My goal is to provide everyone, no matter where they live, the highest quality music education possible.  We have students in Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Italy, and the United States.  I’m so thankful to be able to spread and improve access to music education.  Just like health and fitness, I truly believe music education is essential to everyone’s growth and development.

What are you excited about bringing to the Revolve community?  

I am excited about bringing my music background and love of fitness to Revolve! By combining my two passions, I want to inspire others to find their inner awesome.


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