Weds Spin Playlist.

Hello! So I’ve got not 1 but 2 spin cycle playlists for you today!! Hope you enjoy. It’s a beautiful day in my ‘hood and the sun is shining bright. Of course I was up and at ‘em for a run. Miles for breakfast.

Let’s get straight to the tracks this week! If you’re local check out where I’ll be teaching classes next in the DFW area.

And follow me on Spotify under thedancingrunner where I post up to date playlists on a weekly basis.

Enjoy the ride!

There She Goes- Babyface: Warm up
Everyday We Lit- YGN Lucci: Standing run
Cake (East & Young Remix)- Flo Rida: Accelerations
1 Thing- Amerie: Rolling hills
Scream & Shout- Tapbacks
Run Up- Major Lazer: Hill climb
JuJu On That Beat- Zay Hilfiger: Seated/standing run
Shining- DJ Khaled: Jumps
SummerThing!- Afrojack: Hill climb
Pony (Jump On It)- Tough Love, Ginuwine: Sprints
HeadBand- B.o.B.: Active recovery
Maltido Alcohol- Pitbull: Accelerations
Jumpman- Drake, Future: Jumps on a hill
DNA- Kendrick Lamar: Rolling hills
Bailar- Deorro: Sprints
Bam Bam- Sister Nancy: Cool down

All Stars- Martin Solveig, ALMA: Warm up
That Girl- Sandro Silva: Tapbacks
Unforgettable- French Montana: Hill climb
Turn the Music Louder- KDA: Sprints
Down in the DM (Remix)- Yo Gotti: Rolling hills
The Other Side- Jason Derulo: Tapbacks
Lose My Breath (Maurice’s Nu Soul Mix)- Rolling hills
Tambourine- Eve: Sprints
Can You Feel It- The Jackson 5: Active recovery
2U- David Guetta: Hill climb
Show Out- Juicy J: Rolling hills
Cream- Tujamo: Accelerations
My Drink N My 2 Step- Cassidy: Hill climb
Blue Ocean Floor- Justin Timberlake: Cool down

What songs are on tap for your workouts this week?

Published by thedancingrunner

Marathon runner & group fitness instructor at 24 Hour Fitness. Passionate about family, friends, traveling. Loves destination races. Loves dining out, cooking in, being around down to earth people, writing, sunrises.

6 thoughts on “Weds Spin Playlist.

  1. I finally “Shazamed” songs from my top Zumba class, so I gotta a few that will go into the normal rotation and various training playlists. This song probably is old, but I’m really feeling RDX’s “Jump”

      1. I think there were a couple of studies, which concluded that people typically do not listen to new music after 33 (I kind of fit that bill). I don’t think those studies were peer reviewed, so findings may be nonfactual.

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