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Old 01-02-2005, 01:51 PM   #1
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What are the best exercise songs??

In the spirit of New Year resolutions...I'll be hitting the local gym (at least for a couple days! )


What are the best songs to workout and exercise to??

Here's a few candidates that I can think of at the moment:
"Momma said knock you out" - LL Cool J
"Push it" - Static X
"Lose Yourself" - Eminem
"Number One" - Nelly
"It's Like That (remix)" - Run DMC
"Go" - Andy Hunter
"Worlds Collide" - Powerman 5000
"Unbelieveable" - UMF
Anything by DMX
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Old 01-02-2005, 02:16 PM   #2
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My sister and I went to dance classes and some of the songs they played were:

Armand Van Helden - My My My
Eric Prydz - Call On Me
Plummet - Damaged
Deepest Blue - Give It Away
Jet - Are you gonna be my girl?

I think Mylo - Drop the Pressure is also a good workout tune
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The Rocky theme

I'll be finding out soon because my new years resolution is to get in shape!
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I am going to more dance classes at a dance studio in town..... with my parents, I don't think we'll sign up for the same classes though.
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The Rocky theme

I'll be finding out soon because my new years resolution is to get in shape!
How could I forget about Rocky?!! Thanks!
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"Eye of the Tiger" (and the original "Rocky Theme" aka Gonna Fly Now)

I used to do an aerobic workout to the Talking Heads' "Stop Making Sense", because there were quite a few upbeat dance numbers on the disc. "Psycho Killer", "Life During Wartime", "Burning Down the House" and a few others have oddly effective beats that were excellent dancing material.
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I love to work out to anything by NIN, Prodigy, Audioslave, and Nirvana!
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Anything upbeat, fast, angry, or rocking has served me well. You just need something to get you more fired up or more energized than you normally would be.
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MOFO and Do You Feel Loved!
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the go! team has a few songs for you.

new order's confusion

outkast - bombs over baghdad
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Great! Keep 'em coming!

I was watching a re-run of a Family Guy episode last night in which they were talking about Richard Simmon's "Sweatin' to Books on Tape"!!!

Here's to a healthy new year!
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