So glad you liked the pasta salad from yesterday AND that many of you share in my deep love for fresh mozzarella. I actually ended up making it again yesterday because I just love it so (too?) much. We had a mini mid-week dinner party (not really) with my mom, stepdad and sister. On the rare occasion my sister gets a day off during the week I try to cook something for her so she can actually enjoy dinner without the rush she usually has. She does SO much for us even with her 6 day a week NBC page job that it’s my very, very small way of saying thank you. (PLUS she put up with me walking around A Pea in the Pod for 40 minutes yesterday and walking out with NOTHING. I should also add she put up with me sulking around JCREW whining that JCREW will be the hardest thing I’ve had to give up for the next 5 months.)
I know, I’m dramatic. Raw fish, alcohol, super hard workouts, sleeping through the night…are all things I’m willing to give up in the name of baby…however JCREW: WHY don’t you have a maternity LINE?
Okay, I’m moving on.
Moving on to workout music. I’ve made it no secret that the majority of my playlists are GLEE related. I should be embarressed probably, but my husband and sister are embarressed enough for me. I do try and balance it out with lots of the iTunes top 10 though, don’t worry. (Probably many of you music lovers are cringing…)
I’m about to update my music with the latest GLEE music from this week, so I figured, why not add some other music before I head out for a run.
Here’s is a list of top ten workout songs in May, according to votes placed at Run Hundred–the web’s most popular workout music blog.
- The Black Keys – Lonely Boy – 165 BPM (beats per minute!)
- Honor Society – Can’t Box Me In – 137 BPM
- Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull – Dance Again – 128 BPM
- Neon Trees – Everybody Talks – 155 BPM
- Karmin – Brokenhearted – 120 BPM
- Swedish House Mafia – Greyhound – 125 BPM
- LMFAO – Sexy and I Know It (Mord Fustang Remix) – 127 BPM
- The Wanted – Glad You Came (Alex Gaudino Full Radio Vocal Remix) – 128 BPM
- Flo Rida & Sia – Wild Ones (Project 46 Remix) – 126 BPM
- Madonna, Nicki Minaj & LMFAO – Give Me All Your Luvin’ (Party Rock Remix) – 132 BPM
To find more workout songs–and hear next month’s contenders—you can check out the free database at RunHundred.com. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with their particular workout routine.
Hope this helps you update your iPod!
What is your favorite workout song right now?