Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Work It Out

Lately I've been going retro for my get-my-bum-in-gear work out songs...the favorites as of late have been "Dancing With Myself" by Billy Idol and "Mickey" by Toni Basil. Music makes a big difference in my workout. The right song gives me the boost I need to run a little harder and go a little further and I could always use a few more. What's your favorite work out song?

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  1. No way! Those are the same ones that get me pumped! Hahahaha. Not really though. There are two of such songs on the pod these days, that seem to be on heavy rotation with the not-so-random shuffle.

    1. Distillers "Sick of it all", and;

    2. Chemical Brothers "Saturate"

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  2. Hey Boy by Teddy Bear Stockholm (there are some swears at the beginning.)

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  3. Anonymous1:22 AM

    "Through the Fire and Flames" by Dragonforce. It has some funny cheesy lyrics, but one of the fastest songs I have ever heard. It just pumps me up to do anything really fast.

    You can listen to it on their myspace page, I think:
    http://www.myspace.com/dragonforce

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  4. "Dancing with Myself" is one of my favorites! Some Led Zepplin, The Who, or Aerosmith are always good for me.

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  5. My latest gym buddy is the MIKA album, Life in Cartoon Motion. Most of it is really upbeat and fast.

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  6. Anything by The Faint.

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  8. Previously, I very often changed jobs and with each new place I wrote a new resume. But I realized that usually I was chosen not because of the resume, but because of how I showed myself in the interview. But when I found a job I really wanted to get, I immediately ran to best resume services to get a perfect one. No matter how many times we tried to write a resume, it would never be perfect, so it's better to pass it to professionals to achieve more.

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