Saturday, February 04, 2006

What are your favorite songs to exercise to?

I'm thinking of making a playlist on iTunes. I love my shuffle. Music makes such a difference, especially when I run. I admit, I used it today during the race since it was such a low-key run. The songs were great. I started off with "Busy Child" by the Crystal Method. This was followed by "Roses" (Outkast), "My Humps" (Black-Eyed Peas), "Hollaback Girl" (Gwen Stefani), "Right There" (Chingy), "Trip Like I Do" (Filter), Romeo (Basement Jaxx), and I finished to some song called "Supersonic" but I don't know the artist.

Question of the Day:
What's your favorite music to exercise to?

5 comments:

G-Man said...

The Rolling Stones. And the bastards can still rock!

G-Man said...

p.s.
very cool on the bike pic

Mon said...

I like your new banner! If I'm on the treadmill, Shakira's whole CD is upbeat!! I just made this CD from my Now Cd's It's a good one!:
Jumpin' Jumpin -Destiny's Child
Eminem -Lose yourself
Gorillaz - Feelgood Inc
Missy Elliot - Lose control
Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta
Pussycat Dolls - Doncha
Ciara - Goodies
Bon Jovi - It's my life
Beyonce - Crazy In Love
Bowling for Soup- 1985
My Love is like woa - Mya

Goddess Empress of the Universe said...

Another postdoc here! I am almost a year into it. The transition is a little scary, but exciting just the same. I also work on macrophages--aren't they just the coolest cells! Good luck with your training!

Kevin said...

HEY!!!...it sounds like you are adjusting well to your new life!!

My favorites songs to workout to are:
Lets get it started-BlackEyedPeas
Pump It-BlackEyedPease
Feel Good Inc-Gorilaz
Luxurious-Gwen Stefani (as gay as it sounds that I like to work out to Gwen Stefani lol)
Overkill-Colin Hay
Sugar, Were Goin Down-Fall Out Boy

That is pretty much my normal play list lately...there are other songs that I like that I have not added to my IPOD yet.

Hope your studies are going well...keep running!!