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Album: Get In Shape Workout Mix - Top 40 Hits Vol. 5 (60 Min Non-Stop Workout Mix [128-132 BPM])

Artist: Power Music Workout

  • Genre: Fitness & Workout
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 Power Music, Inc.

Tracklist For Get In Shape Workout Mix - Top 40 Hits Vol. 5 (60 Min Non-Stop Workout Mix [128-132 BPM]) By Artist Power Music Workout

Title Artist Time
1
Moves Like Jagger Power Music Workout 5:18 USD 1.29
2
I'm Into You Power Music Workout 6:15 USD 1.29
3
I Feel Pretty / Unpretty Power Music Workout 6:00 USD 1.29
4
Give Me Everything (feat. Juni Power Music Workout 4:41 USD 1.29
5
Love You Like a Love Song Power Music Workout 5:11 USD 1.29
6
Rain Over Me (feat. Chani) Power Music Workout 4:00 USD 1.29
7
Skyscraper Power Music Workout 4:57 USD 1.29
8
You and I Power Music Workout 5:08 USD 1.29
9
Pumped Up Kicks Power Music Workout 4:37 USD 1.29
10
You Make Me Feel (feat. DB Sou Power Music Workout 4:22 USD 1.29
11
I Wanna Go Power Music Workout 4:17 USD 1.29
12
Tonight Tonight Power Music Workout 3:35 USD 1.29

Reviews For Get In Shape Workout Mix - Top 40 Hits Vol. 5 (60 Min Non-Stop Workout Mix [128-132 BPM]) By Artist Power Music Workout

  • Great music for step class!

    5
    By bmoskaira
    Great music for step class! Though would like it to be faster between 145-160 bpm.
  • Love the fast beat!

    5
    By WorkoutGirl887
    Love these remixes!! I love many top hits but they dont have to right beat to work out to, but this cd speeds them up so I can run to my fav songs! It makes me run faster when the beat is quicker!
  • Great!

    5
    By TeenyB.
    Great for a continuous beat that'll get you working out faster. The originals are great, also. But this album gets me working a little harder.
  • Terrible

    1
    By Mic626
    First off I just have to say that the way they re-did the song Pumped Up Kicks makes it sound like a complete and utter joke u have to buy the original and this so called "work out mix" makes every song they re-do sound terrible!!!!!!! 
  • whackk

    1
    By mohammad iqbal
    its terrible, i doubt i would do anything if i was on the show with this kind of playlist to motivate me. this doesnt even deserve one but ehh ill give it anyway fo rthe hello fit(lol)
  • Hello Kitty

    1
    By i luv dance and dance moms!
    The remixes STINK!!!!!!
  • Perfect for workouts

    5
    By Jplatp
    Saved me time and money. Downloaded the album and hit the gym.
  • Continuous Music Made for Fitness Professionals!

    4
    By cjlibolt
    This music is made for Fitness professionals to be used in classes or any circumstance where continuous music and consistent beat is necessary! It's not meant to be like the originals.....it's fitness music and as a fitness professional, I love it!
  • It's ok

    3
    By MootzFam
    It's ok, but love the series! Gonna be good this season!!
  • Why?

    1
    By Renexx45
    Why get this when you can get the original songs really stupid idea!

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