Looking for Some New Music for Your Gym Workout?
Web sites like workoutmusic.com and fitmusic.com now offer downloadable mixes for everything from high-intensity spinning to gentle yoga, with songs painstakingly arranged according to BPM (beats per minute) to match your warmup, increased intensity and cool down. Others, such as Boulder-based fitwisetraining.com and Utah-based podfitness.com, have turned the MP3 player into a palm-size personal trainer, offering downloadable audio or video workouts, from Bosu and exercise ball moves to strength training and ski conditioning routines.I downloaded some workout podcasts and videos from a company called i-Amplify. I really liked their spin workout except it wasn't sing-along music and for me that's half the fun. But the voices were pleasant and the workout not boring and engaging. Their full catalog is here.
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