Workout Playlist Musts

So what’s your go-to playlist when you get your workout on? Are there certain songs you absolutely have to listen to get through a grueling cardio session or to push that last rep on the bench? If so, we get it. There’s rarely a music-less moment in our gym.

For boot camps, we do a lot of Pit Bull, Flo Rida and Pop and R&B hits radio on Pandora. It’s the right variety, the right speed and the right sound for boot camp classes. For individual clients, we always give them the option of hooking up their own music to the speaker. We’re small/private, so there’s rarely more than three or four people training at the same time. The sounds go from T.I. and Jay Z to Rick James and Michael Jackson. You never know what you’re going to get.

The beautiful thing about music is that it’s another source of fuel. Why not enjoy it while you’re challenging your body to do what you thought it couldn’t do?

Add your favorite workout songs to the comments or use #TeamMeansMusic on social media. We’ll put together a playlist of your favorites and put it on rotation in the gym.

bamadmin said: "There is no differentiation based on individual size, however portions served for dinners/breakfast can be increased. Lunches and snacks are suitable for one person.".
Clay Hewson said: "I was wanting to know if the meal plans would be different based on size. My girlfriend is 155 and I'm 290. I know we shouldn't eat the same amount of food just didn't know if there would be directions based on size.".

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