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Fall Fitness Playlist

The weather is slowly changing and so is the mood. We love this time of year. Fall makes us feel cozy. It’s sweater season, you can indulge in a daily pumpkin spice latte, and there’s signs everywhere you should just stay inside with a quilt and a good book. Fall makes it difficult to stay motivated to workout even though it is the most pleasant time of the year to get outside and break a sweat. Fall is the perfect season for outdoor fitness. It’s not too hot, it’s not too crowded, and best of all you get to take in the beauty of this incredible time of year. It’s ok to be cozy on your days off, but it’s better to get outside, get fit, and enjoy the change in the weather. Here’s our Fall Playlist to help you stay motivated on those crisp Fall days that you’d rather be lounging: Nicki Minaj – Pound the Alarm – 125 BPM Chris Brown – Don’t Wake Me Up – 128 BPM Carrie Underwood – Blown Away – 138 BPM Outasight – Now or Never – 126 BPM Rihanna – Where Have You Been (Vice Club Mix) – 127 BPM Karmin – …

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How to Find The Right BPM for Your Perfect Running Playlist

Running to music can really boost your performance, but how do you choose the right playlist for your runs? The answer is in the music’s BPM, or beats per minute. This chart helps you find the right BPM to look for in a song depending on how you run. To find the ideal BPM for your running mix, run2rhythm, a site that sells running mixes, advises you perform this test: 1. Run for 15 minutes at a pace you are comfortable with 2. If you are starting out this will be slower than if you are a conditioned runner. 3. During that run count your steps for 1 minute. Do this several times to get an average. 4. Then, refer to the chart below to determine the BPM you should choose. Once you know the BPM you should be running to, you can find the right music and create the ultimate playlist to help you maintain a steady rhythm for your runs. You could also switch up the BPM playlists if you want a more intense run (166 BPM, for example) or an easier jog (150 BPM). What to Wear: SHOP ALL RUNNING APPAREL ON LOVESURF.COM Source: Lifehacker.com How to Find The Right …

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