Music ideas to work out to.

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Posted: 13 Jan 2012, 15:32
Ok, so one of the ways that I not only use to work out but relieve stress is to dance... Think jumping up and down, and shuffling, and other club dancing...

So I was wondering what kind of music in the genres of techno, hip hop, electronic, house, pop, etc that people could recommend........ Actually really I could use some cool rock songs to work out too when I start doing circuit training.. But since I am just doing dancing around the house (Looking Silly Too Very Happy) fun music is first..

Right now, I have on my list:

Shots by lil jon and LMFAO
Blackout by Breathe Carolina
Bass Down Low by Dev and The Cataracs
Club Love by the Cataracs
Pumped up Kicks by Foster the People
Super Bass by Nicki Minaj
Closer by Nine Inch Nails
Pressure by Paramore
Top of the World by the Cataracs feat Dev

Thanks for your imput! I am hitting a block when I am trying to find some good ones...




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