Saturday, November 8, 2008

Spinning Workout 27 - Sweatfest


Have I ever mentioned that the middle-aged women of my cycling classes are often uninspired by my musical selections? Um, to the point that they have walked out in the middle of class. "I'm sorry, but I just couldn't take that music!" they say. I don't understand. Muse, Less Than Jake, Yellowcard . . . it's good music!

Anyway, the music of this podcast was all selected from a pool of what I thought my class would accept. So lots of 70's rock, with a few more modern songs that have the same sound and feel.



Now without further ado:

Spinning Workout 27 - Sweatfest
One Way or Another (3:29): Warm up
Gimme Gimme Gimme (4:50): Warm up
White Room (4:57): Terrain track
Born to Run (4:31): Climb
I Believe in a Thing Called Love (3:36): Terrain
Hit me With Your Best Shot (2:51): Spin
More Than A Feeling (4:45): Terrain
Life in the Fast Lane (4:47): Chase
All Right Now (5:34): Terrain w/ big climbs
Dani California (4:40): Spin
25 or 6 to 4 (4:53): Climb
Kyrie (4:26): Cool down
Dream on (4:28): Stretch

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9 comments:

  1. There is totally Abba! Second track is from Mama Mia!

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  2. Awesome who needs Abba. Good mix great workout.
    Can't wait for the next one.

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  3. I have only just found this site-brilliant. Many thanks for doing this, I loved this playlist, but then I am of a certain age!

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  4. Great workout. Got this Canadian couple fit enough to enjoy celebrating our 45th wedding anniversary on a bicycle tour in Cuba. Love the music. Looking forward to the next podcast.
    B and J

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  5. Glad you guys are enjoying it!

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  6. This was a great ride.....I loved the music. I can't wait for you next podcast. Thanks, Angie

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  7. love your site how do I download the podcast to my ipod so i can use it instead of going to a class??

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  8. @ashby:
    Right-click (or control-click) the title of this post and save it as an mp3 file. Find where you saved the file, and open the file in itunes. From there, you should be able to sync the podcast to your ipod just like any other song.

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