Tag Archives: Running Playlist
It’s very rare that runners leave their iPod, Zune, or MP3 player at home during a long run. Whoever says that they don’t kick it up a notch and start passing people when their power song comes on is either lying or not a runner. My personal power song…
DJ Digital, one of the most popular DJs in Louisiana, has released a new playlist to celebrate the end of such an amazing summer. The 2-hour long ‘Well, That Was A Fun Summer” playlist features 39 songs including fan favorites like Pound the Alarm by Nicki Minaj…
For the past week, I have been doing something that I haven’t done… ever. I’ve been running naked. No, I haven’t been causing bouts of blindness with my bare posterior. Instead, I’ve been running sans electronics. Neither an iPod nor a Garmin has accompanied me on my training runs through Uptown New Orleans. This is [...]
You know what they say; anything that can make us dance can make us run. This week’s playlist is a reminder of what hometown guilty pleasure gets us to move!
Have you ever met someone, and through regular conversation, they ask questions that you’ve never pondered? Questions that spurn deeper self-reflection, requiring more than some run-of-the-mill answer? This recently happened to me. As a runner who is constantly in some sort of training cycle (and hence waking up early, abstaining from drinking, not eating certain foods, etc.), [...]
If there just so happened to be a post-Sunday-Runday-party, Trombone Shorty would be the premier invite for run finishers to enjoy.
Often we characterize people in two groups, “the music lovers” & “the united silence appreciators”, but both groups may have a fondness for some sort of non-musical-filled-air when running partners aren’t available.
You can take a chance and call Carly Rae Jepsen on your run… maybe, or, find out about Bennie and the Jets with Elton, Nothing less than a little heat wave motivation.
Different types of music may inspire a Lolo Jones and a Gebre Selassie. Where do you fit in? Does natures own soundtrack get your legs in gear for you right brainers, or does someone else’s cadence get you through for you lefties?
Adele sets fire, Florence gives water, Rihanna has the umbrella and The Black Keys have everlasting light to get you through the flash floody weekend ahead.
There’s an ongoing debate over the use of music during a runner’s training. Some say you miss out on the experience of the outdoor calm and some say music helps shut out all that doesn’t add to your calm…