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Album: Classical Cardio 2: 30 Min Non-Stop Workout - 128bpm for Walking, Cardio Machines, and General Fitness

Artist: Power Music Workout

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Power Music, Inc.

Tracklist For Classical Cardio 2: 30 Min Non-Stop Workout - 128bpm for Walking, Cardio Machines, and General Fitness By Artist Power Music Workout

Title Artist Time
1
The Four Seasons - Spring (Viv Power Music Workout 5:30 USD 1.29
2
Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven) Power Music Workout 4:59 USD 1.29
3
Rodeo (Hoe-Down) [Copland] Power Music Workout 4:59 USD 1.29
4
Canon In D (Pachebel) Power Music Workout 4:30 USD 1.29
5
Etude (Chopin) Power Music Workout 3:59 USD 1.29
6
Air (Bach) Power Music Workout 3:47 USD 1.29
7
Classical Cardio 2: 30 Min Non Power Music Workout 27:45 USD Album Only

Reviews For Classical Cardio 2: 30 Min Non-Stop Workout - 128bpm for Walking, Cardio Machines, and General Fitness By Artist Power Music Workout

  • Classical Workout

    1
    By ♪♫♪♫♪
    They need to shorten the song to one minute. The beat sounds annoying after one minute.
  • Canon in D...NO WHISTLE...PLEASE !

    1
    By isavelives
    Excellent instrumental harmony, invigorating beat, loved everything but the whistle guy needs to go...He ruined the whole song. Whoever came up with a whistle solo in the middle of a classic piece like Canon ????? Please record a version MINUS the WHISTLE SOLO.
  • Classical Cardio

    5
    By x50978
    I loved it! Totally worth it. It is a great twist to work out to. Great for beginners or moderate exercisers. THANKS!!
  • Great for my needs

    5
    By SARGrrl
    I teach a fitness class for seniors, and the same old 50's and 60's classics are, well, getting a bit old. This is a perfect way to mix things up a bit. Upbeat enough to get them moving, but not too fast. Calm & easy to listen to (for them), so as not to set their nerves on edge. It isn't for everyone, but it really fits this niche for me.
  • Energizing, yet calming...

    4
    By Hibiscus Flower
    The music is energizing, and at the same time it helps me relax my mind when I'm running! It's a great alternative to my usual cardio music. I love the concept, although a couple of the songs could be improved. Canon and Symphony were the best, I thought.
  • great songs for runners

    5
    By cutiekatie590
    these songs have totally vamped up my running experience. i could play these songs on repeat forever. i totally reccomend them to anyone who needs something new in their regular workout routine
  • Beautiful

    5
    By Starheartdaisy2
    It's so good that I ice skated to it. Everyone loved it.
  • I like it

    4
    By shoopoo
    We need more music like this, this one is the best of all my fitness downloads.
  • Hilarious!=)

    5
    By ☺smiley☻
    so stupid its funny. A really waky twist on classical music.
  • well...i like it

    4
    By Ann.e
    I really do like this music. It really can get me going! Im all for it!

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