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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Work Out Playlist
I try to work out 5 days a week to Jillian Michaels' 3 month plan
Well, I have found that I am more motivated by music then I am by Jillian Michaels
I like Jillian Michaels but in her videos, she talks to the other people working out far too much for me to stay focused.
My solution: I put the tv on mute and I blast my own work out mix
I have been asked several times to send the mix to my friends or to make them one or whatever
I thought I would share with you here 
I must warn you though: I do like these songs but these group of songs isn't my entire taste in music. Therefore, if you'd like to comment on how I only like this or that, remember that this is a work out mix.

Without further ado:

ONE: Trizzy Turnt Up by A-Trak
TWO: Feel So Close by Calvin Harris
THREE: Some Chords by Sam Adams
FOUR: Joleen by Robotic Pirate Monkey
FIVE: Daddy's Money by OnCue
SIX: Nothin for Nothin by Savoy
SEVEN: Flower by Moby
EIGHT: October by Broken Bells
NINE: Get That Ouh by Juan Magan
TEN: Like I Love You by R.I.O
ELEVEN: Levels by Avicii
TWELVE: Hangover by Taio Cruz
THIRTEEN: Turn This Club Around by R.I.O
FOURTEEN: Fade Into Darkness by Avicii
FIFTEEN: Houdini by Foster the People
SIXTEEN: Somebody That I Used to Know by Gotye
SEVENTEEN: Good Feeling by Flo Rida
EIGHTEEN: Move Like Jagger by Maroon 5
NINETEEN: This is How It Goes Down by Pink
TWENTY: Pumpkin Soup by Kate Nash

A few tips for making your own playlist:  
Chose music that really pumps you up. 
Be familiar with the work out you're going to do so that you can match the beat with the rhythm of your movements
Put it on shuffle. It keeps the playlist fresh for each work out

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