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#11 foxytv

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    Posted 12 October 2007 - 08:36 AM

    Awesome, Bre. Thanks for the info!

    Also, ladies ... I just got this email which implies that my trial version didn't take (which I thought it did). But at any case -- it's a code for a 30-day free trial:

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    #12 coreyphil

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      Posted 12 October 2007 - 05:38 PM

      Originally Posted by coreyphil
      I'm trying the "Jog Tunes Indie Podcast" --- I just downloaded and I haven't listened to it yet ... it's free on itunes so I thought I'd give it a shot.

      I'll let you know if it's good for runners and walkers!
      I did the Jog Tunes Indie Podcast last night and I really liked it ... I didn't know what to expect - but it is pretty much like a radio show where this announcer guy introduces the song as it's beginning and tells you how long it's is and the steps per min. (which is just a fancy way to gauge your tempo). It is all indie music from "new" artists ... but I liked just about everything I heard ... there were a lot of different types of music - from bossa nova to electronica to indie rock --- it definitely passed the time quickly and I liked hearing new songs. There is also an option to quit at 30 min. or continue to 45 - 60 min. I actually did it on a rowing machine - and he also says that it can be fine to use on an indoor bike ---

      I've never used podfitness ... so I don't know if it is more "instructive" --- but this was just music that allows you to increase your pace at intervals and generally keep you moving! It's free on iTunes ...

      Hope this helps!

      #13 foxytv

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        Posted 19 October 2007 - 11:04 AM

        Cool, I'm going to check that out as well. I need something to motivate me! All the weight I lost last Jan-Mar is quickly creeping back up. ugh.

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