New Workouts Released: October 15, 2020

Oct 15, 2020 |

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ICYMI – It’s Thursday, which means your weekly dose of new workouts is here. Check ‘em out in the app now:

Get ready to move and groove in Amanda’s new 20-minute Outdoor Walk & Jog. You’ll tackle progressive intervals while jamming out to Amanda’s curated playlist of music from Jennifer Lopez, George Michael, and Jax Jones.

Bodyweight Boot Camp

  • 30m with Rachel Vaziralli – includes music from Wild Cherry, Usher ft. Lil Jon & Ludacris, Calvin Harris, Tujamo, and Meduza ft. GOODBOYS

Beats Rides

  • 20m with Darbi Worley – includes music from Miley Cyrus X Stevie Nicks, Kiesza, Bon Jovi, and Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

  • 30m with Shaun Patrick Tubbs – includes music from Meek Mill, Eve ft. Sean Paul, Talib Kweli, and Chamillionaire ft. Krazyie Bone

  • 45m with Danielle Devine-Baum – includes music from Van Morrison, Dave Matthews Band X Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock, The Notorious B.I.G., and Drake ft. Lil Wayne

Classic Ride

  • 45m with Kevin Mondrick – includes music from Gorgon City & Sofi Tukker, Diplo & SIDEPIECE, CamelPhat & Elderbrook, and Chris Lake

Outdoor Interval Run

  • 30m with Bethany Welch – includes music from The Killers, Galantis, Sting, and 3LAU

  • 45m with Alex Prostano – includes music from The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk, Lizzo, Blink-182, and Cash Cash & ROZES

Indoor Interval Run

  • 30m with Shaun Patrick Tubbs – includes music from Queen Latifah, Kendrick Lamar X Sage The Gemini, Lupe Fiasco ft. Nikki Jean, and Ashanti

Walk & Jog Classes

  • 20m Outdoor with Amanda Robinson – includes music from Johnny Roxx, Jax Jones, Martin Solveig & Madison Beer, Jennifer Lopez, and George Michael

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