Monday, January 22, 2007

Workout Music

I LOVE finding the right music to workout to. This weekend I put together my first Lift playlist. It runs a little over an hour, cuz I'd rather have too much music than not enough. The last two songs for stretching. Hope you like it...

Every Breath You Take/Theme from Peter Gunn
The Police & Henry Mancini
Sail on, Sailor (Backing Track)
The Beach Boys
You Haven't Done Nothin'
Stevie Wonder
Everybody Got Their Something
Nikka Costa
Staxx of Joy
Brick House
Gold Lion
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Leave Home
The Chemical Brothers
Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off)
Strict Machine
Black Cherry
Rubberneckin' (Paul Oakenfold Remix)
Ohio Players
Love Addict
Family Force 5
I Fell In Love (House Mix)
Don't Call Me Baby
Madison Avenue
Intro: Loving
Angela Smiled
W.G. "Snuffy" Walden


KatieFeldmom said...

I love "Shoop".
Have you seen Ellen DeGeneres perform that song on her comedy show? It was so funny!

Brit-Man said...

Well it's different, I mean Salt 'N' Pepa, with the Commodores, it's definitely different ;-) ;-).

I often see albums brought out and want to cringe, when they bring out ones like School Disco album, and then put an awful Wham track, along with something like Aerosmith, and I feel compelled to meet the guy who thought up the playlist, and give him a rollocking, for mixing his musical styles up.

For me, albums kind of have to be themed properly, like All Punk, All 70's rock, all 80's synth, 80's heavy metal, for me it doesn't work, when you add synth, rap, rock etc etc on the same album, and people do it, but me personally the odd mixes don't make me think much of the album.

Though whatever works for you is important, and it obviously helps you ot get your awesome results :-) :-).

Keep up the hard work, I think you're doing brilliantly.

:-) :-).


Shelly said...

I love a good mix. Music is one of my big motivators. Putting together a playlist and rocking the arc trainer-- that's what I'm talking about!