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  • To Good at Goodbyes by JoAnn

    JoAnn likes a blend of 70s and 80s along with current fare. We kicked off her new workout mix with a fun take on Rod Stewart’s classic “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”. This new update features DNCE and comes standard with lots of energy! Other highlights include “MMMBop”/Hanson, “Strip That Down”/Liam P. and “Hot2Touch”/Felix J. Three solid mashups round out the set and ensure there’s something for everyone. This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Da Ya Think I’m Sexy – Rod Stewart & DNCE
    2. Mandolay – La Flavour
    3. Too Good at Goodbyes – Sam Smith
    4. Heaven Knows – Donna Summer
    5. Strip That Down – Liam Payne
    6. MMMBop – Hanson
    7. One Of These Nights – The Eagles
    8. Sexual Healing This Girl (MASH) – Marvin Gaye V. Kungs
    9. Feels V. Let’s Groove (MASH) – Calvin Harris, Pharrell & Katy Perry V. Earth Wind & Fire
    10. Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel – Tavares
    11. Sugar – Robin Schulz
    12. I Don’t Like It, I Love It V. Show Me Love (MASH) – Flo-Rida V. Robin S.
    13. Human – Rag’n’Bone Man
    14. What Do You Mean – Justin Bieber
    15. Hot2Touch – Felix Jaehn
    16. Slow Hands – Niall Horan
    17. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood – Santa Esmeralda
    18. Something Got Me Started – Simply Red

  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2018

    Recently the nominations for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Class of 2018 were announced. The 80s were alive with potential inductees. The new exercise mix features nominees The Cars, Bon Jovi, Dire Straits, Depeche Mode and the Eurythmics…among others. Highlights include “Just What I Needed”, “You Give Love a Bad Name”, “Money For Nothing”, “Enjoy the Silence” and “Sweet Dreams”. This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Running Up That Hill – Kate Bush
    2. Sweet Dreams – Eurythmics
    3. Just What I Needed – The Cars
    4. You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’ – Judas Priest
    5. Enjoy the Silence – Depeche Mode
    6. You Give Love a Bad Name – Bon Jovi
    7. Best Friends Girl – The Cars
    8. People Are People – Depeche Mode
    9. Around the Way Girl – LL Cool J
    10. Would I Lie To You – Eurythmics
    11. Living On a Prayer – Bon Jovi
    12. Let the Good Times Roll – The Cars
    13. Money For Nothing – Dire Straits
    14. Just Can’t Get Enough – Depeche Mode
    15. Here Comes The Rain Again – Eurythmics
    16. I’m Every Woman – Rufus & Chaka Khan

  • Interval Rhythm Is Gonna Get You

    Interval Format


    After a warm up, There is a solid mix of 10 tracks at 132 bpm that focus on various body parts. In between each 5 minute track is a 1 minute transition/change up that lets the class know Your moving onto another area of focus.

    The new Interval workout mix is straight from the retro pool. It kicks off with All I Wanna Do by Sheryl Crow. Your classes will get a good (Jump Start) with Natalie Cole. As they continue threw this mix the Rhythm Is Gonna Get You. Other highlights include The Loco-Motion/Kylie Minogue, You Spin Me Around and Electric Avenue keep the energy level high. This mix is PG -Rated.

    Interval Format


    1. All I Wanna Do Warm Up 130 – Sheryl Crow
    2. Transition 1
    3. Get Out Of My Dreams 132 – Billy Ocean
    4. Transition 2
    5. Jump Start 132 – Natalie Cole
    6. Transition 3
    7. My Prerogative 132 – Bobby Brown
    8. Transition 4
    9. Rhythm Is Gonna Get You 132 – Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
    10. Transition 5
    11. The Loco-Motion 132 – Kylie Minogue
    12. Transition 6
    13. Walk This Way 132 – Aerosmith
    14. Transition 7
    15. You Spin Me Around 132 – Dead Or Alive
    16. Transition 8
    17. Sweet Dreams 132 – Eurythmics
    18. Transition 9
    19. Open Your Heart 132 – Madonna
    20. Transition 10
    21. Electric Avenue Cool Down 126 – Eddy Grant


  • Tom Petty and His Friends

    We were all heartbroken to learn of another rock icon’s untimely passing. But the new exercise mix reminds us how interwoven into Americana his rich catalog was and how much he’s influenced fellow rockers.

    Highlights include “Don’t Do Me Like That”, “Last Dance With Mary Jane”, “You Got Lucky” and “I Won’t Back Down”. Some of Petty’s peers are included as well. “Cherry Bomb”/JCM, “One of These Nights”/Eagles and Rhett’s “Unforgettable”. Closing out the tribute mix is Petty and his Wilbury friends doing “Handle With Care”. This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Don’t Do Me Like That – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    2. One of These Nights – The Eagles
    3. You Got Lucky – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    4. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
    5. I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    6. Last Dance With Mary Jane – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    7. Stand Back – Stevie Nicks
    8. You Got It – Roy Orbison
    9. Jack & Diane – John Cougar Mellencamp
    10. Start Me Up – Rolling Stones
    11. Rock the Casbah – The Clash
    12. Unforgettable – Thomas Rhett
    13. Cherry Bomb – John Cougar Mellencamp
    14. Life Is a Highway – Rascal Flatts
    15. Old Time Rock & Roll – Bob Seger
    16. Walk This Way – Aerosmith
    17. Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen
    18. Long Train Runnin’ – The Doobie Bros.
    19. Handle With Care – The Traveling Wilburys

  • So Excited by Elizabeth

    Extra R-Rated

    Elizabeth’s new custom exercise mix has the latest and greatest hip hop and rhythm crossover jams. She also goes back to early 00s and 80s some throwbacks here and there. Highlights include “Die For You”/The Weeknd, “New Rules”/Dua Lipa, “Swish Swish”/Katy P, and Kendrick’s “Humble”. Sensitive ears beware, this mix is Extra R-Rated


    1. XO Tour Lif3 – Lil Uzi Vert
    2. Die For You – The Weeknd
    3. New Rules – Dua Lipa
    4. Stay – Zedd f. Alessia Cara
    5. Swish Swish – Katy Perry
    6. Both – Gucci Mane
    7. Beat It – Michael Jackson
    8. Humble – Kendrick Lamar
    9. I’m Different – 2 Chainz
    10. Attention – Charlie Puth
    11. Bump Bump Bump – B2K f. P. Diddy
    12. So Excited – Fat Joe f. Dre
    13. Turn It Up – Kym Sims
    14. No Limit – G-Eazy f. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B
    15. Rake That Thang Up – Yo Gotti V. Juvenile & Lil’ Wayne
    16. Too Sophisticated – JoAnna Michelle
    17. Drop It Like It’s Hot – Snoop Dogg
    18. Sad Story – Mark & Kremont



  • Love So Soft

    Idol alum, Kelly C. returns in fine form on her latest “Love So Soft”. Other current radio favorites from Taylor Swift, Pink and Charlie Puth are sprinkled throughout the new exercise mix. And for those that dig just a taste of retro, we went back to the mid 80s for a freestyle flashback! This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Sax – Laidback Luke & Tujamo
    2. What About Us – Pink
    3. Let Me Think About It – Ida Corr
    4. Hit the Road Jack 2017 – Ray Charles
    5. Look What You Made Me Do – Taylor Swift
    6. Fascinated – Company B
    7. For Tonight – Nancy Martinez
    8. No Promises – Cheat Codes
    9. You’re the Best Thing About Me – U2
    10. Love So Soft – Kelly Clarkson
    11. Til The Sun Rise – Bob Sinclar f. Akon
    12. Love On the Brain – Rihanna
    13. Rockabye – Clean Bandit
    14. Unforgettable – French Montana
    15. Attention – Charlie Puth
    16. Feel It Still – Portugal. The Man
    17. Milkshake – Kelis


  • Friends

    There’s a lot of great new Top 40 releases hitting the radio as summer draws to a close. We’ve had many requests for the latest from Justin called “Friends”. So we kicked things off in fine fashion with the Biebs himself! Current faves from Charlie Puth/“Attention” and Cheat Codes/“No Promises” follow.

    Right after a quick dip in the retro pool with MJ and Prince, the new boy band du jour, Pretty much asks “Would You Mind”. A tribute to Linkin’s front man “In the End” and newbies by Kesha and Rita Ora make this one a must-have… And we heard you…This mix is G- Rated! Special thanks to Darcia and Grace!


    1. Friends – Justin Bieber & Bloodpop
    2. Attention – Charlie Puth
    3. It Ain’t Me – Kygo & Selena Gomez
    4. Something Different – Why Don’t We
    5. No Promises – Cheat Codes f. Demi Lovato
    6. Castle On the Hill – Ed Sheeran
    7. P.Y.T. – Michael Jackson
    8. 1999 – Prince
    9. Body Like a Back Road – Sam Hunt
    10. Nothing Holding Me Back – Shawn Mendes
    11. Would You Mind – Prettymuch
    12. New Rules – Dua Lipa
    13. Something Just Like This – The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
    14. The Game Of Love – Santana f. Michelle Branch
    15. Wild Things – Alessia Cara
    16. In the End – Linkin Park
    17. Praying – Kesha
    18. Your Song – Rita Ora
    19. Lady – Austin Mahone & Pitbull


  • Glorious

    The new fitness mix has a ton of new radio hits as well as some updated 80s classics! We come out of the gates on fire with an 80s double shot: “Every Breath You Take”/The Police and “Live To Tell”/Madonna. Next, we dive head first into “No Promises”, “Believer”, and the new collaboration of J.Lo and Pitbull called “Sexy Body”. Other highlights include “Feel It Still”, “Honest” and a superb mashup of “Feels” and “Let’s Groove! This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Every Breath You Take ’17 – The Police
    2. Live To Tell ’17 – Madonna
    3. No Promises – Cheat Codes f. Demi Lovato
    4. Pumpin’ It Up – Luca Debonaire
    5. Unforgettable – French Montana
    6. Hot 2 Touch – Felix Jaehn
    7. Disturbia – Rihanna
    8. Feels Vs. Let’s Groove (MASHUP) – Calvin Harris f. Pharrell & Katy Vs. Earth Wind & Fire
    9. Glorious – Macklemore
    10. Believer – Imagine Dragons
    11. Sexy Body – Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull
    12. Get Low – Zedd f. Liam Payne
    13. Cut To the Feeling – Carly Rae Jepsen
    14. Feel It Still – Portugal. The Man
    15. Honest – The Chainsmokers
    16. Family Affair – Mary J. Blige
    17. Rapper’s Delight ’17 – The Sugarhill Gang
    18. Mi Gente – J Balvin & Willy William

  • Rock The Boat by Rebecca

    Rebecca’s new custom fitness mix flows as smooth as a summer breeze. Things get off to a playful start with a fun throwback from S&P, “Talk About Sex”. Funky favorites like “My Boo”, “Rock Wit You” and “Step In the Name Of Love” keep the energy level high. Newer hits like “Slide” and “Wild Thoughts” will set this one off like a firecracker. This mix is PG -Rated.


    1. Let’s Talk About Sex – Salt & Pepa
    2. Love and Happiness (Yemaya Yochun) – River Ocean f. India
    3. Holding On – Gregory Porter
    4. My Boo – Ghost Town DJs
    5. Girls Like – Tinie Tempah & Zara Larsson
    6. Rock the Boat – Aaliyah
    7. Rock Wit You – Ashanti
    8. Firestone – Kygo
    9. A Public Affair – Jessica Simpson
    10. Step In the Name Of Love – R Kelly
    11. Let’s Get Married – Jagged Edge
    12. Slide – Calvin Harris f. Migos & Frank Ocean
    13. Let Me Think About It – Ida Corr
    14. White Horse – Laid Back
    15. Can’t Stop – After 7
    16. Unbreakable – Chrisette Michele
    17. Wild Thoughts – DJ Khaled & Rihanna
    18. Higher Love – James Vincent McMorrow

  • Queen Of the Night by Marianne

    The new custom workout mix by Marianne is full of tried and true classics showcasing the “Philly Sound” that was so influential in disco’s heyday.

    There are also a few great tracks she wanted from the 80s mixed in for good measure. Highlights include “All Around the World”/Lisa S., “Groove Is In the Heart”/Dee Lite and “T.S.O.P” (the Sound of Philadelphia). That one will definitely take you back to watching “Soul Train” on Saturday mornings! This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. T.S.O.P. – Mfsb
    2. Keep the Fire Burning – Gwen McCrae
    3. Ten Percent – Double Exposure
    4. Get Ur Freak On – Missy Elliott
    5. So In Love With You – Duke
    6. Skyfall – Adele
    7. A Love Bizarre – Sheila E.
    8. Queen Of the Night – Whitney Houston
    9. All Around the World – Lisa Stansfield
    10. Groove Is in the Heart – Dee Lite
    11. Chandelier – Sia
    12. All For You – Janet Jackson
    13. Just Fine – Mary J. Blige
    14. Un-break My Heart – Toni Braxton
    15. All Right Now – Patti LaBelle
    16. If – Janet Jackson


  • Separate Ways by JoAnn

    The days of arena rock are back! The latest workout mix has all your favorite rock bands of the 80s, JoAnne also wanted us to sprinkle in a few mainstream Top 40 tracks from the same era. Highlights include Clapton’s Layla, Rock You Like a Hurricane from the Scorpions and a triple shot of Journey. This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. I Know There’s Something Going On – Frida
    2. Layla – Eric Clapton
    3. You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC
    4. New Year’s Day – U2
    5. You Give Love a Bad Name – Bon Jovi
    6. It Must Have Been Love – Roxette
    7. Turn Up the Radio – Autograph
    8. It’s My Life – Bon Jovi
    9. Let the Good Times Roll – The Cars
    10. Animal – Def Leppard
    11. Sweet Dreams – Eurythmics
    12. Any Way You Want It – Journey
    13. Don’t Do Me Like That – Tom Petty
    14. Separate Ways – Journey
    15. Rock You Like a Hurricane – The Scorpions
    16. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
    17. Rock the Casbah – The Clash
    18. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
    19. Who Will You Run To – Heart

  • This Is How We Do It by Rico

    In the late 80s, there was a popular crossover music genre that bloomed well into the early 90s as well! New Jack Swing fused rhythms, samples and drum machine “swing” beats. Rico wanted his custom workout mix to recall those great songs. Highlights include “Around the Way Girl”, “Now That We Found Love”, “Rub You the Right Way” and “I Want Her”. This mix is PG-Rated.


    1. Hit By Love – CeCe Peniston
    2. Around the Way Girl – LL Cool J
    3. Someday – Mariah Carey
    4. All Around The World – Lisa Stansfield
    5. This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan
    6. Now That We Found Love – Heavy D.
    7. Alright – Janet Jackson
    8. I Want Her – Keith Sweat
    9. No Scrubs – TLC
    10. Rub You the Right Way – Johnny Gill
    11. Motownphilly – Boyz 2 Men
    12. Freek’n You – Jodeci
    13. I Wanna Sex You Up – Color Me Badd
    14. Poison – Bell Biv Devoe
    15. Just Got Paid – Johnny Kemp
    16. It Feels Good – Tony! Toni! Tone!
    17. Don’t Be Cruel – Bobby Brown
    18. I Love Your Smile – Shanice