New Workouts Released: October 29, 2020

Oct 29, 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:

“Sometimes a slow-down isn’t a setback, but a time to self-reflect.” That’s the theme of Shanda’s new 30-minute Beats Ride released today – think a slow, steady, strong cadence with a few kicks of speed at the end. Sweat to beats from Gorgon City & Drama, Lana Del Rey ft. The Weeknd, RL Grime & Daya, and HAIM.

Bodyweight Boot Camp

  • 20m with Rachel Vaziralli – includes music from Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion, FISHER, Adina Howard, and Kallau

Beats Rides

  • 20m with Shaun Patrick Tubbs – includes music from Anderson .Paak ft. Rick Ross, Missy Eliott X Migos, Selena Gomez X Justin Bieber, and Erykah Badu

  • 20m with Jonathan Carlucci – includes music from Katy Perry x Swedish House Mafia, John Lennon, Sia & David Guetta, and Queen

  • 30m with Rachel Vaziralli – includes music from Amy Winehouse, Lizzo, Sam Feldt ft. RANI, and Prince

  • 30m with Shanda Woods – includes music from Gorgon City & Drama, Lana Del Rey & BloodPop ft. The Weeknd, RL Grime & Daya, and HAIM

  • 45m with Darbi Worley – includes music from Ava Max, Dada Life, Riton & Oliver Heldens, Lady Gaga, and Pitbull & Kiesza

  • 45m with Danielle Devine-Baum – includes music from Toto, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Mary Lambert, Otis Redding, and Dave Matthews Band

Classic Ride

  • 30m with Kevin Mondrick – includes music from BTS ft. Charli XCX, John Legend, Charlie Puth, and Clean Bandit ft. Demi Lovato

Walk & Jog Classes

  • 20m Indoor with Bethany Welch – includes music from Gotye, Meduza ft GOODBOYS, Don Diablo, and Galantis

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