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The JogTunes Group presents Dr. Bob's JogTunes Indie Podcast, a music-paced running podcast featuring indie music. Have you ever wanted to run exactly to the beat of your music but lack the time to calculate the BPMs, sequence the songs in a playlist, and download them to your player? Fret no more. Just subscribe to the JogTunes Indie Podcast for a fun run to great music, selected by Dr. Bob, the founder of You can see the playlists for these shows on the podcast's website, And a word to indoor cyclists, aquarunners, and gym exercisers: you'll also enjoy working out to the beat of the music on this show as well as to all the tunes on

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Excellent tunes for running!

Dr. Bob hosts a radio-style mix for runners that can't be beat. Compared to Podrunner (to which I also subscribe and love), JogTunesIndie has a much wider variation in tempo, starting at a comfortable trot then peaking at around 180 bpm, then cooling off. Also, he provides intros to the music every few songs, and the songs are more alt-rock than DJ Steveboy's electronica. Again, love them both -- you will too. Download these episodes and hit the road!


First of all, this isn't the indie music you're expecting when you seen indie podcast. This was comprised of awful jazz and reggae and some of the most annoying auto tune I have ever had the displeasure of listening to. This guys voice is unpleasant and distracting! You talk waaaaayyy too much. He definitely does not have a voice for radio either. I was struggling to find some joy in the music and then he would begin to speak and I couldn't decide what was worse. This made for a miserable run. Delete!

Please, let me just listen to music

When I look for podcasts for my work out, I don't want someone talking through it. You get into your work zone and then the DJ talks.

Also I was using iTunes but when I didn't like a song (found the first one boring), I couldn't forward past the song. Sorry, but if your music is killing my work out, I want to move to the next song.

Not for me.

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