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  1. #21
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    Jun 2005
    Sicily, Italy

    Default iPod Workout Mix?

    Hey ladies, I need to update my iPod and was wondering if any of you had good workout playlists.

    Here are some songs that always get me going:
    -The Best of You: Foofighters (actually, anything from them usually works)
    -This is How a Heart Breaks: Rob Thomas
    -Kanye West: (anything)
    -Daniel Powter: (anything)

    Anyone have a good playlist they'd like to share?
    Last edited by TracieB; 11-08-2005 at 08:16 PM.
    Tracie & Token: May 15, 2004

  2. #22
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    Jun 2005


    Lose Yourself - Eminem
    All Night Long - Faith Evans
    Love Like This - Faith Evans
    American Woman - Lenny Kravitz
    Bounce - Sarah Connor
    California Love - Tupac feat. Dr. Dre
    Crazy in Love - Beyonce
    Dance Like This - Wyclef Jean
    Disco Inferno - 50 Cent
    Feel Good, Inc. - Gorillaz

  3. #23
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    Nov 2005


    Great topic!! I generally just hit shuffle and skip over the songs that aren't good for workouts... I really should make a playlist.

    I also really like working out to the Rent musical soundtrack... Most of the songs are inspiring and you can get lost in the story, which makes the time fly.

  4. #24
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    Jun 2005


    My list is ever changing... but as of today these are the songs I like to have on hand

    I hope others add to this thread... I got an iTunes GC for Xmas and would love to download some high energy songs for the gym...

    Let's Get It Started (Spike Mix) [Bonus Track] - Black Eyed Peas
    Jamming - Bob Marley & The Wailers
    Young Americans - David Bowie
    Lose Yourself - Eminem
    Good Thing - Fine Young Cannibals
    2 of a Kind - Workin on a Full House - Garth Brooks
    Holiday (Faded Ending) - Green Day
    Wonderful - India.Arie
    Curbside Prophet - Jason Mraz
    You Had Me - Joss Stone
    Rock Your Body - Justin Timberlake
    Lady - Lenny Kravitz
    Where Are We Runnin'? - Lenny Kravitz
    Blue Monday - New Order
    The Way You Move - OutKast & Sleepy Brown
    I Got a Woman - Ray Charles
    What'd I Say - Ray Charles
    (Night Time Is) The Right Time - Ray Charles
    Crazy Love - Ray Charles & Van Morrison
    Da Ya Think I'm Sexy - Rod Stewart
    Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones
    All I Wanna Do - Sheryl Crow
    Superstition - Stevie Wonder
    Brand New Day - Sting
    Bad (Live) - U2
    Gettin' Jiggy Wit It - Will Smith
    A Kick in the Head - Frank Sinatra
    Gonna Be a Lovely Day - Kirk Franklin
    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynrd
    Last edited by craftyT; 01-05-2006 at 08:21 AM.

  5. #25
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    Jun 2005
    Sicily, Italy


    craftyT - That's a great list!!!

    I was browsing on iTunes the other day and found that they have a lot of workout mixes in there! I downloaded a few from "Running to the 70's." I'll go and check how I found the playlists and get back on here.

    Here are my latest downloads:

    "Don't Bother" by Shakira
    "Pretty Vegas" by INXS
    "Dance Dance" by Fall Out Boy

    I know there are more... I'll check my iTunes and write back! Gotta head to a meeting!
    Tracie & Token: May 15, 2004

  6. #26
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    Jul 2005


    I got my iPod in October, but I'm just now starting to work on playlists for working out. Right now, I'm going through my highly rated and skipping ones that don't fit. But here's what I'm liking so far:

    Mr. Brightside, The Killers
    Somebody Told Me, The Killers
    (I'll sometimes listen to my entire Killers Playlist)
    Du Hast, Rammstein
    Roadhouse Blues, The Doors
    LA Woman, The Doors (when you need 7 more minutes of motivation!)
    Personal Jesus, Depeche Mode
    I Feel You, Depeche Mode
    Hot Stuff, Donna Summer
    You Sexy Thing, Hot Chocolate
    Land of 1000 Dances, Wilson Pickett
    Without Me, Eminem
    Eleanor Rigby, Godhead
    Even Better Than The Real Thing, U2
    Last edited by Secret_Squirrel; 01-05-2006 at 11:23 AM.

  7. #27
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    Jun 2005
    Seattle, WA


    This is my (incomplete; I can't remember them all) mix from when I would do the elliptical a couple years back:

    "I'm A Survivor" - Destiny's Child
    "Chilli Hot" - Us3
    "Cantaloop" - Us3
    "Lady Marmalade" - Moulin Rouge soundtrack
    "You're my First, My last, My everything" - Barry White
    "I'm Too Sexy" - Right Said Fred
    "Kiss" - Prince
    "Buena" - Morphine

    I really like remixes for workout songs... they usually last longer. Lady Marmalade, I'm Too Sexy, and Kiss were all remixes on my CD (I didn't have digital back then).

  8. #28
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    Jun 2005


    I'm glad I found this thread! I got an iShuffle for Christmas that is the perfect size to take to the gym! I'm so excited.

    I have (in no particular order):

    "Ray of Light" ~Madonna
    "Zombie Zoo" ~Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
    "Disease" and "This is How a Heart Breaks" ~Matchbox 20/Rob Thomas
    "Twist and Shout" ~Beatles
    "Gotta Jibboo" ~Phish
    "Jump, Jive, and Wail" ~Brian Setzer Orchestra
    "Cecilia" ~Simon and Garfunkel
    "Days of the Week" ~Stone Temple Pilots
    "Take Your Mama Out" ~Scissor Sisters
    "You Get What You Give" ~New Radicals
    "Praise You" ~Fatboy Slim
    "Dig In" ~Lenny Kravitz
    "American Woman" ~Lenny Kravitz
    "Float On" ~Modest Mouse
    "Hella Good" ~No Doubt
    "(She's Got) The Look" ~Roxette
    "What is Hip?" ~Tower of Power

    ITA with the Foo Fighters. I have a lot of songs their songs on the list for a workout.

    I also have a lot of songs from Beck's album, "Guero" on the mix, too.
    Last edited by Mellow_Water1; 01-05-2006 at 09:48 PM.
    Be obscure clearly. E.B. White

  9. #29
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    Jul 2005
    Houston, TX


    I just came across this thread, and funny enough, I just made a couple of mixes. Keep in mind that a) these are walking tempos including warm up and cool down, and b) My taste in music is not current in the least.

    Mix I--Disco

    Pick Up The Pieces--Average White Band
    Rubberband Man--The Spinners
    Keep It Comin' Love--KC & The Sunshine Band
    You Sexy Thing--Hot Chocolate
    I'm Your Boogie Man--KC & The Sunshine Band
    Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'--Michael Jackson
    September--Earth, Wind & Fire
    Tear The Roof Off The Sucker--Parliament
    Don't Go Breaking My Heart--Elton John & Kiki Dee
    Voulez Vous--ABBA
    Saturday Night--Bay City Rollers
    Does Your Mother Know--ABBA
    Reminiscing--Little River Band
    Fire And Rain--James Taylor

    Mix II--Hodgepodge

    UMF--Duran Duran
    Brass Monkey--Beastie Boys
    Love Lifted Me--Collective Soul
    All She Wants Is--Duran Duran
    100% Pure Love--Crystal Waters
    Drowning Man--Duran Duran
    Un-Break My Heart (Uptempo Mix)
    Planet Earth--Duran Duran
    Gel--Collective Soul
    We Are The Champions--Queen
    Hub Caps & Tail Lights--Henry Mancini, Breakfast at Tiffany's Soundtrack

  10. #30
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    Sep 2005


    Oooh! I love this topic. I tend to listen to faster beats and 80's skating rink music like "let the music play" ... freestyle like Stevie B and even some older hip hip like "Freestylers Anthem" ... yes I'm a geek!! And, of course, my favorite is house. I'm going to go find my ipod now, and I'll post the list later. Love this topic!

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