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    Also, what specific songs are good for which specific types of exercise?


    Note: Playing the drums as exercise while listening to yourself playing drums doesn’t count.


    I think he stopped recording several years ago, but I’ve put together some really good workout playlists from some of the early vintage Lipa albums.



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    Exercising? What’s that?

    And why would listen to music while doing it?


    Coffee Adict:

    ex·er·cise: cardiovascular activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness such as accelerated movement from the Kiddush club room outside the beis medrash to the larger Simcha hall where the real Kiddush is being served after davening

    Mariana Santos

    To get myself moving — Derech Achim – Im Eshkachech, Shulem Lemmer – Hallelu, Adar – Halaila, Beri Weber – Yachad

    To step things up a bit — Just about anything from 8th Day, Boruch Sholom Blesofsky – Wedding Crush, Boruch Sholom and Shira Choir – Shuva Chabad, De Scribe – Set Me Free

    Cool down and calm down — Pretty much anything Shulem Lemmer, Beri Weber – Riboin, Cantor Azi Schwartz and Zina Goldrich – Sim Shalom

    ** I also have a secular playlist but I think it’s not appropriate for this forum


    What songs are good but only for exercising?

    Mariana Santos


    I’m just going to take a deep breath and blurt it out loud.. the Rabbi Nachman songs and just about everything that comes out of Uman.


    Great topic!
    For running I find the main thing is a consistent beat.
    (I run 13 miles a week.)
    Dance with Hamezamrim
    Moley Simcha 2 & 3
    The NaNach Collection 1
    The 2nd Dance II
    Neshama Dance
    These have a nice combination of beats, instruments and singing.
    For Boot Camp at the gym,(1 hour) our Trainer has a special song for each exercise. (Warm up, jumping jacks, cardio, push ups, burpees, renegade rolls, cool down, stretch,)


    What was Wedding Crush supposed to be?


    “What songs are good but only for exercising?”

    Anything with a strong rhythm as its main positive quality.


    I’ve got about 1800 songs, and my music is always set on shuffle. I never know what’s coming up next.

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