A 45-Minute Cardio Playlist That Feels Like a Party
Every week, Your New Favorite Playlist introduces you to workout-worthy tunes from a different fitness brand. This week, Flywheel Sports shares one of its recent playlists.
Competitive types love the indoor-cycling classes at Flywheel Sports because they get up-to-the-second stats on their performance throughout the workout—and a few times throughout each class, the leaders are displayed on screens at the front of the studio.
"You're going to work hard, you're going to sweat a lot, and you're going to burn a lot of calories," says Chris Tracey, a Flywheel instructor and Flywheel development coordinator. "A big part of why you work so hard is because of the music. It's loud—we've got a great sound system here—and the instructors for each and every class put a lot of effort into making sure the music is motivating."
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Tracey gave this particular playlist a Miami vibe because he used it during a class he guest-taught at the chain's Miami Beach studio (Tracey is based in New York City). Use it to stay pumped up during your next workout:
1. N.E.R.D., "Rock Star" (Jason Nevins Remix)
2. Fall Out Boy, "Thnks fr th Mmrs"
3. Katy Perry, "Dark Horse" (Elephante Remix feat. Juicy J)*
4. Linkin Park & Steve Aoki, "A Light That Never Comes"
5. Jay Z, "Tom Ford"
6. David Guetta, "I Can Only Imagine" (feat. Chris Brown & Lil Wayne)
7. Muse, "Undisclosed Desires"
8. Three 6 Mafia, "Feel It" (feat. Tiësto)
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Give It Away"
10. Disclosure, "Confess To Me" (feat. Jessie Ware)
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