22 May 2007

My Gym Playlist

Just want to share my gym playlist (been uploading since Saturday and just finished this morning before leaving for work). I can lend you my CD/s (if they're with me and as long as you give them back right away) if you find something that interests you (or if you have your own "ripping" preference - I like mine at 128kbps). But apart from this gym playlist, I thought I’d make my own Top 10 gym songs:

1. Baila – JLo
2. Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing – John Legend
3. Jump & Move (from Happy Feet) – The Brand New Heavies/Jamalski
4. Hey Ya – Outkast
5. Overload – Sugababes
6. Get the Party Started – Pink
7. Let's Get Loud – JLo
8. Love Shack – B-52’s
9. If You Had My Love – JLo
10. Get Me Bodied – Beyonce

There are actually other songs I really like from BEP, PCD, B-52’s, Beyonce, Madonna, etc. that I consider very helpful or “encouraging” while at the gym, but I don’t think it’s still going to be a top 10, more like top 100.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's a "ripping" experience??? - XeB

RheaV said...

"Ripping" is the process of converting your audio CD (or DVDs) to digital form such as MP3s, WMA, etc. (what they call a compressed format).
When you "rip" it allows you to play your music on portable digital audio players, such as iPods, MP3 players. It also depends on the quality. Your audio CD can be ripped at 128, 192, 256, 320 kbps (e.g., ripped at 192 kbps audio is nearly CD quality for a file compressed in the MP3 format). For me, ripping at 128 kbps is okay. I did some comparison tests and found no major difference (at 128 and 192 kbps).
OK ba explanation ko?

Anonymous said...

Okay na okay. Freak ka talaga :-): XeB

RheaV said...

Hahahaha! I'll take that as a compliment (kahit hindi). Hehehe!