Power Walk - Motivated to Move (47 Min Non-Stop Workout [130-141 BPM] Perfect for Moderate to Fast Paced Walking, Elliptical, Cardio Machines and General Fitness) Power Music Workout Fitness & Workout Music 2007 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Power Walk - Motivated to Move (47 Min Non-Stop Workout [130-141 BPM] Perfect for Moderate to Fast Paced Walking, Elliptical, Cardio Machines and General Fitness)

Artist: Power Music Workout

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Power Music, Inc.

Tracklist For Power Walk - Motivated to Move (47 Min Non-Stop Workout [130-141 BPM] Perfect for Moderate to Fast Paced Walking, Elliptical, Cardio Machines and General Fitness) By Artist Power Music Workout

Title Artist Time
1
That’s What Love Is For Power Music Workout 5:33 USD 1.29
2
Up Where We Belong Power Music Workout 4:20 USD 1.29
3
I Will Be Here for You Power Music Workout 5:08 USD 1.29
4
What a Wonderful World Power Music Workout 5:05 USD 1.29
5
You're Beautiful Klub Kidz featuring Jason Prince 5:06 USD 1.29
6
Imagine Power Music Workout 5:03 USD 1.29
7
Voice Within Power Music Workout 5:56 USD 1.29
8
Amazing Grace Power Music Workout 4:46 USD 1.29
9
I Believe Power Music Workout 5:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Power Walk - Motivated to Move (47 Min Non-Stop Workout [130-141 BPM] Perfect for Moderate to Fast Paced Walking, Elliptical, Cardio Machines and General Fitness) By Artist Power Music Workout

  • GREAT WALKING MUSIC!

    4
    By The Gorsk
    This music is great to keep up the pace for your entire walk. You can walk three miles during this music is you keep up the pace with the music. I love this CD!
  • Shape Walk / Moderate to Fast

    4
    By BAFritz
    Great motivating tool. When I was feeling fatigued, miraculously, a song came on about "being there" for me. Then, when I again found myself slowing down and thinking too much, Amazing Grace in a jazzy and upbeat style brought me to tears as I panted and pranced my way out of this pear shape! I recommend this CD, but if you are a beginner, don't try to walk to the beat at first. Someday it will be easy and you will say, "Ohmigosh, It Works!" My only reason for not giving it the 5 star rating is that some of the songs are very generic in beat and remind me of the old aerobics classes from the 80's. This is not worth passing up, though.

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