Bodymusic and Men’s Fitness magazine have joined forces to create Personal Best Run and Personal Best Strength - music mixes designed to help you go harder when you're training.
Going for a run in the wrong kit could well be stopping you from becoming a better runner. The same is true of listening to the wrong music. That’s why you need Personal Best Run, a cardio workout comprising three separate mixes. As well as an adrenaline-pumping 30-minute main mix to help you tackle monstrous hills, take on vicious interval sessions or hammer around the track at lightning pace, it includes separate ten-minute warm-up and warm-down mixes to help you build up and unwind in and out of your runs for the right length of time and at the right pace.
Strength - comprising one 50 minute mix - starts with a ten-minute section to soundtrack your warm-up, and then kicks in with a pumping 30 minute power section, which increases in intensity throughout to energise you for your work sets. It finishes with a ten-minute cool-down to give you time for a chilled stretching session. It’ll help you make big strength gains while enjoying some of the freshest house tracks around taken from the Defected catalogue and beyond. The compilation is a firm favourite with the Men’s Fitness strength training crew so you can be sure it has the right intensity, variety and pacing to take your lifting to a new level.
Check out a teaser version of the Run mix below:
And Download them today if you want to turbo-charge your training with some of the finest dance music around.
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Nick Hutchings worked for Men’s Fitness UK, which predated, and then shared a website with, Coach. Nick worked as digital editor from 2008 to 2011, head of content until 2014, and finally editor-in-chief until 2015.