I finally made it down to Charlotte! After a couple morning meetings at the office, getting completely drenched in a downpour while packing up my rental car, then driving the 6 hours to my hotel, I checked in 5 minutes after they’d packed up the free food and wine.
5 MINUTES. I barely contained my rage and despair.
Luckily, I’d picked up a protein bar during a stop for gas.
I was too tired to venture out for more food, so I called it a night, crawled into bed and made my customary Hotel Pillow Barrier around myself.
I’m headed off to several high school visits today and hopefully I’ll have something fun and exciting to share with you soon, but in the meantime I thought I’d share my latest playlist.
It’s been way too long since I shared a playlist with you guys. If you’re anything like me, music plays a HUGE role in your workout performance. The right beat in a song can bring me from being ready to quit to running sprints.
I listen to a lot of Pandora at the gym, and I’ve recently become addicted to my “Prodigy”- inspired playlist, especially for running. The beats in these songs get me totally pumped up and in the zone.
This playlist is just over an hour long, so you have the first song to warm up and the last song to stretch after your run.
You can listen to the tracks here:
You can also check it out on Spotify if you prefer.
I’d never heard of most of these songs until they came on my Pandora playlist, but I kind of like it that way for my workouts. When I hear the same songs over and over, they’re not as much fun to work out to. I really love having “special” music that I only get to listen to when I run.
Do you save certain songs just for working out?
What type of music do you usually work out to?