Step to the Beat
By Tom Jordan
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Free workout music created to fit a wide range of activities, from walking, running, cycling, stairs, ellipticals, step-aerobics, and more. Visit www.steptothebeat.com for helpful exercise tips, articles, and my stories of how I've combined walking, running, and diet to lose 77 pounds.
||STTB 36 - 125 BPM - Binge Beat||I should have listened to my own advice and stepped on the scale on my usual weigh-in day - Thursday, instead of today, the day after a two-week vacation. Fourteen days of double desserts and carb-o-licious feasting put on an astounding six pounds.||21 8 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||STTB 35 - 127 BPM - Back to the Beats||I've been tearing into the kettlebell lately and mixing jogging into my morning walks. For the kettelbell, my 35/30 23 rep/14 set routing with the 20 kg bell was getting monotonous, so I changed it up a bit and do 100 reps in a row, followed by a one min||19 6 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||STTB 34 - 151 BPM - Up Beat||151 BPM Okay - I'm stepping up my workout routine this week and adding walking back into the mix. Yes, walking. I know that running was there before, but I need to build some base miles on my legs, stretch out my Achilles and calf muscles and condit||8 5 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||STTB 33 - 146 BPM - Beat Down||While building up my mileage in regular heel-strike running, my Achilles/calf seized up last Saturday at .6 miles into the run. So discouraging. I'm tired of injuries. I cycled for decades and never had one injury. I run for five months, and have si||22 4 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||STTB 32 - 132 BPM - Personal Best||132 BPM Just recently, I've set a couple of fairly lofty personal fitness goals. One of them has to do with the Kettlebell, and I'll talk about that in the next couple of posts. The other one is related to running. Since I started back into running, I've||9 4 2011||Free||View In iTunes|