Cool website for finding new workout music

Cool website for finding new workout music

For those of you out there who are group exercise instructors and junkies, especially the cardio ones (Turbo Kickboxing, Zumba anyone?), you’d know all about BPM or beats per minute. It’s like a metronome that will dictate your every move in class.

Oh no the flashbacks…the horrors of piano practice…STOP! STOP IT!! Side note: Who else here was forced to play piano? It’s a common Asian tradition.

My friend Chris who happens to be the resident workout music EXPERT for Marie Claire Magazine has a whole website dedicated to cool songs that you can listen to. You can sort by things like source, tempo, genre, and decade. See it here.

Really good way to find new music. As silly as this sounds, I am NOT a good music picker! I find it hard to browse new songs so I call my sister and ask her what’s in instead 😛

Sometimes I use Pandora or Last.fm to TRY to find new music. Most of the time I look at what you guys tell me on Facebook.

Anyway, Chris is offering a REALLY GOOD DEAL (and you guys know I love deals) for us peeps in the Blogilates Community and I wanted to share it with you guys! Esp. those of you who are music freaks!

Here’s the deal:

*3 Hours Of Continuous Mixes – Download free 60 minute mixes from three of his favorite DJs.

*2 BPM Calculators – Links to Chris’ two favorite, free tools for finding a song’s beats per minute.

*Chris’ 10 Favorite Remixes – Download–for free–ten of the best remixes he’s heard this year.

*Ideal BPM Finder – 36 downloadable audio files–spanning 75-180 BPM–which you can use to find your ideal workout tempo.

*AND a CD with cool songs from indie bands and DJs from all diff genres.

He’s only charging 10 bucks with free shipping. You can click here to read more.

Whether or not you decide to buy the music bundle, I encourage you to check out Runhundred.com for a good way to listen to brand new workout songs every week.

So tell me…How do guys find new songs?

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  1. Tis Music says:

    I like how this shows beat per minute, as I often compile track based on energy and beat per minute. I do this so I can set my running pace to s string of similar songs. My steps are better timed and my energy stays consistent.

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  3. Selina says:

    This new site-page is awesome. Sooooo beautiful