Can’t Get Enough 190

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Inspiration: Another mix for a shorter 45 minute class. This one packs in some older favorites with newly released tunes…including the title track, I Don’t Want To Be Here Anymore and a great cool down track from Colbie Caillat (Try). A good 600 calorie burn in less than an hour.
Ride, Eat, Repeat…Make sure you GET ENOUGH!
Genre: Alternative, Dance, Pop, Rock.
Approximate time: 46 minutes
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Preview / Purchase on iTunes:
Warm up – I Am (feat. Wyclef Jean, Tokio Hotel & David Correy) – I Am (feat. Wyclef Jean, Tokio Hotel & David Correy) – Single
Seated / Standing Flat – Move Like U Stole It (Paul Oakenfold Radio Remix) – Move Like U Stole It (Paul Oakenfold Remix) – Single
Seated Flat with Jumps – Rollercoaster – Strange Desire
Seated Hill and Running with Resistance – Twilight Zone – Cut
Sprints (3 x 15s) – Dare (La La La) – Shakira.
Seated Hill – Supermassive Black Hole – Black Holes and Revelations
Seated / Standing Flat – Can’t Get Enough (feat. Pitbull) – Play It Again – EP
Seated Hill and Running with Resistance – Burn – Halcyon Days (Deluxe Edition)
Seated Flat with Sprints – I Don’t Want To Be Here Anymore – I Don’t Want To Be Here Anymore – Single
Seated / Standing Hill – Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea) – Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea) – Single
Seated and Standing Sprints (3 x 30s) – Now or Never – Nights Like These
Cool down and stretch – Try – Gypsy Heart (Side A) – EP

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On Amazon.com:
Gypsy Heart Side A

On Spotify:

On YouTube:

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Problem is a good one! I have used it a couple of times. I will have to check out that Shakira track!

  2. I’ve been wanting to use Twilight Zone for awhile but again I struggle with choreography for songs of this length

    1. Allison, try a seated hill and running with resistance on the chorus. Each time the intensity builds. At about 3:15 with the instrumental you can go to standing climb. Continue with the uphill runs on the chorus. Songs like this also work well FREESTYLE or riders’ choice. This is one of my favorites (borrowed from a class I attended with another instructor). Hope that helps! Steve

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