Monday, February 6, 2012

Playlist from Monday, February 6th (Nichols Park)

Hooray! This is the first post I've actually published prior to the start of class! Given that it starts in less than an hour, odds are slim to none that anyone will visit my blog before then... but just in case, I'm always open to song requests/changes. ;-)

1. Shake Senora Remix - Pitbull - Latin/hip-hop
2. Monster - Lady GaGa - pop
3. Cali Aji - Zumba Fitness - salsa
4. La Patilla - Orlando Conga - merengue
5. Mambo No. 5 - Lou Bega - Latin/pop
6. Hella Decale - DJ Mam's Featuring Doukali & Soldat Jahman - French reggaeton
7. Culebra - Zumba Fitness - salsa
8. Taboo - Zumba Fitness - axe/urban
9. Trai La Bulla - Zumba Fitness - cumbia/merengue
10. Zoomer - Les Jumo - African
11. Tequila - Proyecto Uno - Latin/pop
12. La Gota Fria - Zumba Fitness - cumbia
13. Forget You - Cee Lo Green - pop (can't wait!!)
14. She's All I Ever Had - Ricky Martin - Latin

1 comment:

  1. Ali Larter was a big fan of hiking to lose her baby weight, and she even strapped her bundle of joy Teddy into the Baby Bjorn and took him on hikes with her, which meant that she was able to work out without worrying about a babysitter. Genius! She's lost all her pregnancy pounds and looks amazing. Hmm -- maybe there's more to the whole hiking thing than we think?
    Celebrities definitely serve as a great source of inspiration to get a little more creative when it comes to squeezing in regular workouts. But something tells me that it's a whole lot easier to get motivated to get off the couch and make exercise a priority when you have a personal trainer to help you -- inside or outside the gym.
    Do you think that celebrities are completely truthful when it comes to how they get into shape?