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amandaaa amandaaa 6 years
nice, i already had breakin' dishes and get me bodied on my playlist. will add these!
cowelltraining cowelltraining 6 years
Thanks for the songs. It is always hard to find good stuff for workouts. I teach indoor and outdoor sports conditioning classes and I can use some of your music choices. Try these two:Christina and Diddy - Tell Me (instrumental)Plump DJs - S.N.A.F.U.
cowelltraining cowelltraining 6 years
Thanks for the songs. It is always hard to find good stuff for workouts. I teach indoor and outdoor sports conditioning classes and I can use some of your music choices. Try these two: Christina and Diddy - Tell Me (instrumental) Plump DJs - S.N.A.F.U.
ella1978 ella1978 6 years
gotta say I'm a fan of just about anything "black eyed peas" they have good beats, good music, and get you energized.. if you like their music.
VeggieLove726 VeggieLove726 6 years
ummm,...this music kind of sucks...
poptart-princess poptart-princess 6 years
Madonna's "hung up" is pretty much always on my playlist.
le-romantique le-romantique 6 years
Nah, these songs are nothing compared to some good late 80s/ 90s styled tunes... try some Technotronic, Real McCoy, Bell Biv Devoe (or Bobby Brown - new jack swing is great) seriously. New music has nothing on the classics when it comes to working out, unless you're like 16.
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