Swingin' 60's, Vol. 1 (Non-Stop Continuous DJ Mix for Cardio, Treadmill, Walking, Stair Climbing, Ellyptical, Cycling, Dynamix Exercise) My Fitness Music Fitness & Workout Music 2008 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Swingin' 60's, Vol. 1 (Non-Stop Continuous DJ Mix for Cardio, Treadmill, Walking, Stair Climbing, Ellyptical, Cycling, Dynamix Exercise)

Artist: My Fitness Music

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 A Step Beyond, Inc.

Tracklist For Swingin' 60's, Vol. 1 (Non-Stop Continuous DJ Mix for Cardio, Treadmill, Walking, Stair Climbing, Ellyptical, Cycling, Dynamix Exercise) By Artist My Fitness Music

Title Artist Time
1
Grazin In the Grass My Fitness Music 4:18 USD 0.99
2
I Feel the Earth My Fitness Music 4:33 USD 0.99
3
Black Is Black My Fitness Music 4:40 USD 0.99
4
Windy My Fitness Music 4:03 USD 0.99
5
Gimme a Little Sign My Fitness Music 3:52 USD 0.99
6
Daydream Believer My Fitness Music 4:25 USD 0.99
7
Hang On Sloopy My Fitness Music 4:09 USD 0.99

Reviews For Swingin' 60's, Vol. 1 (Non-Stop Continuous DJ Mix for Cardio, Treadmill, Walking, Stair Climbing, Ellyptical, Cycling, Dynamix Exercise) By Artist My Fitness Music

  • Just Some Thoughts

    4
    By gymob
    Instructors should know how to time a song on their own in order to determine the BPM before they buy it. Shouldn't be a big issue. At any rate most clubs have sound systems with pitch control so you can adjust the speeds without altering the sound of the music. The songs sound about right for an older adult class. Not bad. Haven't downloaded it as of yet.
  • Need BPM

    2
    By karen8145
    Just adding my two cents - fitness music needs to have the BPMs listed s owe know if we can use it
  • Agree! We NEED BPM to buy these songs!

    2
    By newbhikku
    It is the most frustrating thing about iTunes that you cannot find/sort/search by BPM and then try to gauge it by listening. For instructors that have so many other things to consider when building a class, this is essential. Please, please, please list this. thanks.

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