19 November, 2010


It's Friday and I have had enough. So today I am going to stress the importance of music that doesn't suck to help you survive your workout. Yesterday one of my clients turned me onto "The Tallest Man On Earth" and I have to say so far this doesn't suck. It has shades of an early Bob Dylan sound and simplicity. I still shamelessly listen to any Jimmy Eat World when I am in my own workout, and I have to admit, on Dementia's advice I have thrown in a little Madonna here and there and seen good results. I really can't believe that I am admitting that but there is something about "Like A Prayer". For me, hair bands are a waste of time when I am working out, with the exception of Guns N Roses. Fuck it, this was today's play list.

Camera One- Josh Joplin
Sweet Disposition- The Temper Trap
Get it Together- The Beastie Boys Feat Q -Tip
Lose You- Pete Yorn
Superman's Dead- Our Lady Peace
Cold Beverage- G. Love
Ruff Ryders Anthem- DMX
Plowed- Sponge
What's Left Of The Flag- Flogging Molly
Not An Addict- K's Choice
Okay I Believe You But My Tommy Gun Don't- Brand New
Denouncing November Blue- The Avett Brothers
Welcome- Out House
Ana's Song- Silverchair
Amie- Pure Prairie League
Emerald City- Dramarama
Happy V-Day- Reggie & The Full Effect
Playing Dead- Reggie & The Full Effect

Feel free to try it out or leave me yours. Here is your workout!

5 min. warm up
20 min. of cardio @ 10 min. mile pace
20 min. Interval training
4x 30 sec. planks
2x 25 crunches
2x 10 lateral leg lifts (each side)
5 min. cool down



1 comment:

  1. Sweet Disposition- The Temper Trap
    Plowed- Sponge
    Not An Addict- K's Choice
    Okay I Believe You But My Tommy Gun Don't- Brand New
    Ana's Song- Silverchair
    = Win.

    I will, once again, advocate strongly for NIN while working out. Their classics are good, but I never get tired of the Year Zero album. And good luck not finishing a workout when you're listening to Ruiner or Reptile.