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The following track list was compiled by myself. The tracklists was used by various websites around the planet that have RPM track listings. Which originated from my own records complied in Tuesday, 4 December 2001 6:50:33 AM from my various sources. The data is combination of each of these efforts.

Dated December 2001
tracklists come from original sources going back to the late 1990's.

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TRACKLISTS FOR RPM BY GLEN OSTERGAARD - RPM BY MICHAEL J MCSWEENEY


CREATED BY MICHAEL J MCSWEENEY AND CHOREOGRAPHED!
NOW CHOREOGRAPHED BY - Dan McDonogh & Glen Ostergaard!

The following tracklists are for RPM 1 - 46. The format and content of the tracklists are for private usage.They are not to be copied into any site without the permission of the owner of the site.The tracklists - artist informaiton have been collected and complied by myself. If you wish to link to this site please e-mail me at blogforumsupport@blogforumsupport.com.

RPM™ 1 SEPTEMBER 1998 was the very first RPM class ever in the world.

EXPERIENCE THE RIDE OF YOUR LIFE!


CURRENT RELEASE RPM® 55
No
SONG/ARTIST
COMING UP!
1 Pack Ride : Listen To The Music (Motiv 8 Extended Mix) (The Doobie Brothers)

RPM 56 COMING 2012

SIZZLER
2 Pace : We Found Love (Miss Piper)
3 Hills : Loco (Empyre One Remix) (Manian)
4 Mixed Terrain : Good Feeling (Flo Rida)
5 Intervals : Run With The Wolves (The Prodigy
6 ) Speed Work : Drowning (Avicii Remix) (Armin van Buuren feat. Laura V)
7 Mountain Climb : Will I Ever (Dragon And Hunter Remix) (Paffendorf feat. Fara)
8 Ride Home : Paradise (Coldplay)
9 Stretch : Not Over You (Gavin DeGraw)  
  Bonus 7 : Overload 2011 (Voodoo & Serano Mix) (Voodoo And Serano)  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!



[CURRENT RELEASE MAY 2012]

This is interval training at its finest! With popular pumping beats and edgy choreography, your members are going to need every recovery you give them! We want to challenge our class to work hard in this release.

So you’re going to push them hard in the working phases and encourage great recovery in the breaks. These notes will help you to teach the workout simply so people can connect to the workout and to the music.

There’s a big emphasis on imagery this time – check out Tracks 5, 6 and 7 for inspiration. So what else is different this time?

There’s HUGE contrast between the long, slow phases and short, sharp efforts – so your expert coaching is required, and we have helped you out this time by making this release so much FUN! Just look at the tracklist – who can honestly say they’re not going to be singing along to some of these hits?

© 2012 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

RPM CLASS STRUCTURE 1. Warm up - 2. Pace 3. Hills 4. Mixed Terrain 5. Intervals 6. Speedwork 7. Mountain Climb 8. Ride Home 9. Cool Down
  
CURRENT RELEASE RPM® 54
No
SONG/ARTIST
RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Pack Ride : Moves Like Jagger (Mix II) - January Rays feat. Riley


2 Pace : San Francisco (Remix III) - Fine Tune
3 Hills : Run To You (Hands Up Club Mix) - Jan Wayne feat. Fab
4 Mixed Terrain : Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall - Coldplay
5 Intervals : Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites (Dirtyphonics Remix) - Skrillex
6 Speed Work : Just Be (Antillas Club Mix) - Tiesto feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw
7 Mountain Climb : Hold Me Tonight (Empyre One Remix) - Manian
8 Ride Home : Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes - (O.A.R.
9 Stretch : It Girl - Jason Derulo  
     
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!

[CURRENT RELEASE FEBRUARY 2012]

© 2012 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)


CURRENT RELEASE RPM® 53
No
SONG/ARTIST
RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Pack Ride : All Night Long - Lost Issue Overdose


2 Pace : Till The World Ends -Alex Suarez Radio Remix – Britney Spears
3 Hills : Welcome To The Club 2011 - Dancefloor Kingz Remix – Manian
4 Mixed Terrain : Kings And Queens -Mekon Garden
5 Intervals : 1983- (Negative Experience
6 Speed Work : Wired - Extended Mix – Dash Berlin feat. Susana
7 Mountain Climb : Wherever You Will Go (Handz Up Club Mix – Jan Wayne
8 Ride Home : Busy - Olly Murs
9 Stretch : She Ain’t You -Chris Brown  
  -  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!

[CURRENT RELEASE NOVEMBER 2011]

Think of RPM 53 like this: 45 minutes of riding time where we have 10 minutes to get warm in Tracks 1 and 2; 5 minutes at the end to cool down; this leaves us with about 30 minutes to work hard and push ourselves to the limit. Make the most of your 30 minutes of work by keeping the riding and workout intensity high through focusing not only on the work phases but also on the recoveries. Effective recovery is key if you want to build fitness and increase your endurance. Track 4 is Mixed Terrain with a difference. In this track we are riding the flats at the same paces as the climbs until we hit the sprints. You ride in the saddle at 80rpm to flush your legs, before adding enough resistance to counterbalance your body weight so you can stand and climb, maintaining the same pace throughout. Then reduce to Working Resistance, ride hard and sprint. Don’t worry, all the work will pay off: you’ll feel like Kings And Queens by the end of it! Treat each interval in Track 5 like it’s your last! During each of the five intervals, flick the switch, and power ahead knowing there’s a recovery phase right around the corner. If you use your recoveries, you’ll work much harder than you think you can in the attack phases, and get the results to match. There’s a real contrast in this release between emotive and fun tracks. The mix of the two enhances the ride, creating a real journey. Don’t think about it too much, just ride it and feel it.

© 2012 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 52 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Pack Ride: Beautiful People - Club Version - Chris Brown feat. Benny Benassi  


2 Pace: Take Over Control - Martina Lorene r  
3 Hills: Born This Way - Kris McTwain Remix - Other Ego  
4 Mixed Terrain: All In - Badlands Inc Intervals: Witchcraft - Blau  
5 Speed Work: Disarm Yourself - Club Mix - Dash Berlin feat. Emma Hewitt  
6 Mountain Climb: Discover - Club Mix - Paffendorf  
7 Ride Home: Science & Faith - The Script  
8 Stretch: The Lazy Song - Bruno Mars  
9 Stretch: Choose You - Stan Walker  
  Rhythm Of The Night - Alex K Remix - Frisco vs Corona Alternative 9 CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™ 51 [AUGUST 2011]


SIZZLER

This release serves up a simple, athletic, intense ride that gives you time to build into your workout. It’s not a ride in the park, but it does allow you to prepare - mentally and physically - for the challenges ahead. It also takes care of new class members, teaching them how to set up their bikes for a safe, effective and comfortable ride, and providing them with options that allow them to back off if the intensity becomes too much. Use the Pack Ride to find your comfortable Cycle SET position and focus on good technique while you warm up. Remember, the faster you cycle later, the more relaxed you need to be at this stage. Track 2 asks you to plug in and “turn on", leading you three times round the block with short sprints and easy climbs. Try something different - slow to half pace before adding resistance; you should be able to speed up and fine-tune your dial if need be. Three tough hills will put you under huge pressure, but you’ll be on the ‘right track’ to building better, stronger legs and you’ll have earned some recovery. But All In is a great song about commitment and it invites you to re-gather yourself for some speed work in the form of three sharp sprints. The intensity rises again with five blocks of intervals as you break up the bunch and get your heart pounding almost out of its chest. You’ll get your chance to flush out the lactic acid, and then you’ll accelerate into long sprints before regrouping and heading into the mountains. This epic track will give you three chances to Discover new thresholds of strength and fitness. It’s hard work, but it’s worth it. The Ride Home provides a chance to recover and celebrate. You start together, you finish together, with a recovery track that perfectly sums up RPM™ - it’s all about Science & Faith. You made it home - great job!

© 2011 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

 


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 51 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 We R Who We R - Ke$ha  


2 Halfway Gone - Poptent
 
3 Raise Your Glass - Klub Smasherz Remix - Venus Jones  
4 Turn Around - 5,4,3,2,1 - Flo Rida  
5 Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Airplay  
6 Break My Fall - Original Mix - Tiesto feat. BT  
7 Numb - Hands Up Club Mix - Jan Wayne vs Raindropz!  
8 Please Don't Let Me Go - Olly Murs  
9 What If - Jason Derulo  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard (Program Director), Sarah Ostergaard (Assistant Program Director), Dan McDonogh (United States), Meg Nuttall (Australia), Chris Richardson (New Zealand) CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™ 51 [MAY 2011]


SIZZLER

RPM™ 51 attacks your legs with a release that features short sharp sprints and some big climbs that'll get you out of your seats and stretch your lungs to the limits. The opening Pack Ride gives you a chance to figure out who you are and, more importantly, who you want to be as you find that perfect Cycle Set position. We’re nowhere near Halfway Gone, but the pace is on, enticing the legs into a racing tempo, before getting your swagger on with a couple of climbs. Game on. That’s just a teaser, though. Track 3 takes you through the hills ... you might be tempted to Raise Your Glass in celebration, but you’ve really just begun. You’re playing in the Mixed Terrain - racing and climbing - then a series of intervals kick-start your heart rate and smash your legs as you take on the pack. Attack, attack! Track 6 gives you a chance to flush out your legs and pick up some speed before the big challenge that lies ahead. You could go around, but it’s quicker to go straight up the guts of the mountain with us. Sure, you may be Numb at the end of it, but we promise you’ll feel every second of the ascent and the benefits for a long time to come. There’ll be plenty of time to relive the workout with your mates on the Ride Home, but eventually, we know we must let you go. We also know you’ll be back for more!

© 2011 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

 



No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 50 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Club Can’t Handle Me – Flo Rida feat. David Guetta  


2 Teenage Dreams – Stardancer II  
3 Raindrops (Hypasonic Remix) – Sash! feat. Stunt  
4 Beautiful Day – Global Nation  
5 Watercolour – Blau  
6 Poppiholla – Chicane  
7 Sweet Dreams (Cansis Remix) – Rec. Pro  
8 Shattered (Turn The Car Around) – O.A.R  
9 Letting Go (Dutty Love) – Sean Kingston feat. Nicki Minaj  
  Bonus Track 3: Ravers In the UK (Jorg Schmidt Remix) – Manian
Bonus Track 5: Rebel Yell – Scooter
Bonus Track 6: Secret Love (Jordan & Baker Remix) – Ian Van Dahl
 
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard (Program Director), Sarah Ostergaard (Assistant Program Director), Dan McDonogh (United States), Meg Nuttall (Australia), Chris Richardson (New Zealand) CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™50 [FEBRUARY 2011]


SIZZLER

The Les Mills bike program celebrates its half century with a wild ride that includes three bonus tracks, taking the release deep into calorie-burning territory. RPM® 50 promises to be a ’ game of two halves’- the first four tracks will use up all the energy you have stored from your previous food intake; from then on, you’re delving into the fat stores. You’ll start together and finish together, but in between, it’s up to you what happens. Who’s ready? After the warmup and Pace Tracks to find your working zone, you’ll head into the hills, building pressure on the muscles until the bear is on your back and your legs are like jelly. Your heart will be pounding “BOOM BOOM” as you head into the Mixed Terrain and by the end of this track, your pocket money will be spent and you’ll be cracking into your calorie bank big-time. Intervals and Speed Work will have your muscles humming, but by the time they take on three stages of the mountain in Track 7, they’ll be singing in full voice to the somewhat ironically titled Sweet Dreams. The choice of music for Track 8 – the Ride Home – is probably more appropriate, because Shattered is exactly how you’ll feel. And Letting Go signals the end of the road with a good old stretch. But wait... there’s more! The team has a birthday present for you with extra hill, interval and speed tracks, including Rebel Yell (yes, your class will be calling for “more... more... more!”) to switch in and out of a 45-minute workout. Happy 50th, RPM®!

© 2011 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

 


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 49 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 California Gurls - Bodytronixx  


2 If I Had You - Adam Lambert  
3 Russian Roulette - Blunatix Meets B-Tastic Remix - Felix DJ  
4 Spin - Cassette Kids  
5 Propane Nightmares - Southern Light  
6 Never Cry Again - Extended Mix - Dash Berlin  
7 Blade - Jon Doe & Kutski Remix - Warp Brothers feat. Red Monkey  
8 Never Hold You Down - Guy Sebastian  
9 Solo - Iyaz  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™49 [NOVEMBER 2010]


SIZZLER

RPM™ 49 is all about building great motors and challenging your legs through the pain barrier using resistance. California Girls brings the team together and raises spirits for the rest of the ride. But the pace is soon on and you will need an attitude adjustment to hit the sprints at working resistance as heart rates lift. The driving beat of Russian roulette sounds a warning as the dark clouds gather and your pack heads into the hills. Three climbs - two long ones and shorter, steeper pinch – signal that this is not an afternoon jaunt! Track 4 has you spinning through the Mixed Terrain, but pretty soon, you’re laying the hammer down again and racing the final straight of an interval stage. There is another chance to regroup and reconnect with the beat – there are no enemies here – before Track 7, takes you into the mountains and seven minutes of sheer climbing torture. This one’s about strength training – you may hate it now, but you’ll love it later. Blade brings a new edge to RPM ™ intensity and when it’s time for recovery, you’d be wise to make the most of it. Pride has no place on the road to hell.

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 48 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Your Love Is My Drug – Ke$ha  


2 Lost Highway – Southern Light  
3 Celebration (Blunatix Mix) – Felix Grey  
4 One Love – Pure Essence  
5 Brick By Boring Brick – Spacegliderz  
6 Waiting – Dash Berlin feat. Emma Hewitt  
7 It’s Not Over (Club Mix) – Paffendorf  
8 Hey, Soul Sister – Train  
9 Replay – Iyaz  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™46 [AUGUST 2010]


SIZZLER

Pump up your tyres and adjust your racing goggles... RPM® 48 is taking you out on the road in a battle for survival against some of the world's cycling legends. The first of two race stages consists of 10 minutes to get the body really warm, a hill climb and mixed terrain to keep the energy alive, then intervals that will severely test your reserves. Stage 2 involves a series of sprints, before tackling the mountain. Track 1 sets off behind the pace car, an opportunity to check out your opposition and find a Cycle SET position that will provide the foundation of your workout. As the route takes you down the Lost Highway, the pace quickens, allowing you to open your lungs, engage the legs and find a spot at the front of the bunch. The contest begins in earnest as the 'rabbit' becomes 'rabbit stew' on the first climb, then Glen Ostergaard's team goes up against Delores Douglas and hers, before powering to the end of the hill stage. Track 4 offers a chance to refuel, relax and re-energize to a little 'o-n-e-l-o-v-e'. Too soon, it seems, the pace is back on as you must first catch the bunch, stay with it and then break it up, before repelling a surprise four-man breakaway attempt. With Stage 1 complete, you can settle back into the peloton and loosen the legs up with a series of sprints to the haunting Waiting... nervously poised for the next challenge. You don't have to wait long, for just ahead lies the mountain and a chance to stalk The Master – Spaniard Alberto Contador – through the pack. It's Not Over by any means... it's a war of attrition and only the strongest will win. Are you up for it? By the top of the mountain, you'll be grovelling over your handlebars, but hopefully celebrating sweet victory with your team-mates on the warm-down descent.

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 47 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 TiK ToK – Ke$ha
 


2 Waking Up In Vegas – Martina Lorene  
3 Ecuador (Bad Behaviour Remix) – Sash  
4 Meet Me Halfway – TransNoise  
5 Ignorance – ToneTonic  
6 Long Way To Go – DJ Sammy  
7 What Is Love 2K9 (Cansis Remix) – Klaas Meets Haddaway  
8 The Worst – The Script  
9 Whatcha Say – Jason Derulo  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™47 [ MAY 2010]


SIZZLER

Join the resistance with Ke$ha and Katy Perry at your side – RPM™ 47 is all about using the power of visualization to move mountains while you keep your class focused on the 3 P’s – Push, Pace and Position. We start fast out of the block with super-cheeky charttopper TiK ToK. You’ll recognize Track 2 – it’s mixed terrain and we’re Waking Up In Vegas baby. Track 3 is going to build leg strength by using heavy resistance in the saddle – feel Sash!’s heavy Ecuador beat by changing into the ‘big chain ring’ as you power your way through this Dance anthem. In Track 6 we’re on the crest of a wave with a Long Way To Go as we move into Aero-Racing with DJ Sammy, then find a new love for intensity with the huge hit What Is Love 2K9 in Track 7 – with three massive peaks it’s not for the faint-hearted. Flush out the legs and finish the ride as The Script and Jason Derulo wind things up beautifully with their soulful modern laments. Whatcha Say? We say we like it!

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 46 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai  


2 I Gotta Feeling – TransNoise  
3 My Life Would Suck Without You (Bass Force Remix) – Kelly Clarkson  
4 Home – Paul van Dyk feat. Johnny McDaid  
5 The Pretender – InTheWind  
6 Sincere For You feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw (Radio Mix) – Lange  
7 Evacuate The Dancefloor (DJ KTW Remix) - Studio88  
8 Don’t Know What To Do – Dane Rumble  
9 No Air duet with Chris Brown – Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™46 [FEBRUARY 2010]


SIZZLER

Welcome to the party! The intense mix of new and old chart-toppers in RPM™ 46 will push you to a calorieburning endorphin high as you become one with the Tribe. A flashback to the 1990s kicks off our out-of-this-world workout with Jamiroquai’s Cosmic Girl. You know that “tonight’s gonna be a good night” in Track 2 when we really get the party started in the Pace Track. Kelly Clarkson will carry you through your first climbing challenge before you’ll dive deep into Paul Van Dyke’s nurturing song, Home. Rock your way through the epic Intervals Track with The Pretender using four big gears. Your leg muscles will be burning in the standing attacks! Then slide forwards in the saddle and really push yourself in the sprints in Track 6. Release your mind and your legs to the beautifully internal Sincere For You. Let’s Evacuate The Dancefloor in Track 7 to truly finish off this party. We’ve got five big mountains to climb before Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown take us home.

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 45 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Life Is A Highway – Milan Roscoe  


2 Miles Away - CJ Murray e  
3 True Faith (CK Kaine Remix) - Liz Kay  
4 All On Our Own - Midnight Youth l  
5 Piranha - The Prodigy  
6 Bruised Water – Chicane feat. Natasha Bedingfield  
7 Burn It To The Ground – Swade  
8 The Man Who Can’t Be Moved – The Script  
9 Chasing Pavements – Adele  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™45 [ NOVEMBER 2009]

SIZZLER

RPM™ 45 is all about creating awareness of how to use resistance. Show your class how much resistance to use, how to find it, what it feels like and what the benefits are. Also coach your class to ride fast – find the working load and ride the beat! Set off on the open road to the uplifting classic Life Is A Highway. Your heart rate will pick up in Track 2 with three fast sprints and one small climb. Use this track to find the right working load. Listen to the lyrics in Track 4! Take a leap of faith and close your eyes when you hit the fast sprints to All On Our Own by New Zealand band Midnight Youth. Power equals force times speed. The more resistance you use, the further distance you are going to travel and the more calories you’re going to burn.

So switch on to power up! Track 5 is all about razor-sharp attacks. Don’t be fooled by the fun nature of The Prodigy’s Piranha – this is intense and you will be challenged! Quadruple resistance turns and Standing Attacks will push your heart rate through the roof. Speed is the focus for Track 6. Gradually increase your leg speed to this iconic RPM™ track – Bruised Water by Chicane featuring Natasha Bedingfield. Switch from speed to strength in Track 7. Look out for the heavy Power Climbs! Recover to The Man Who Can’t Be Moved from Irish band The Script. Let the heartbeat drop before stretching and lengthening your muscles to Adele’s beautiful Chasing Pavements.

© 2009 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 44 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 1. The Right Life – Seal  


2 2. Sober (Bimbo Jones Radio Edit) – Pink  
3 3. Show Me Heaven – Arms Of Dub  
4 4. Real - The Cranials  
5 5. How Far We’ve Come – Matchbox Twenty  
6 6. Alone In The Dark (Tiesto Radio Edit) – Tiesto Presents Edward Carnby  
7 7. Jump That Rock (Whatever You Want) (Jorg Schmid Mix) - Scooter vs Status Quo  
8 8. Spotlight - Jennifer Hudson  
9 9. You Found Me – The Fray  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard

CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™44 [ AUGUST 2009]

SIZZLER

RPM™ 44 is hot, fast and is guaranteed to leave you gasping for air! There are two important things to note in RPM™ 44 – when you find the beat of the music in the racing and aero-racing positions, slide hips slightly forward in the scale as this will allow you to go faster. When the resistance gets heavier, do the opposite and sit back in the saddle. RPM™ 44 is balanced slightly differently to previous releases – Tracks 4 and 6 are a little more intense so to balance it out, Tracks 5 and 7 are a little more fun. Seal’s The Right Life eases you into the workout as you gradually build up speed before picking up the heart rate with three pace speed phases and two climbs in Track 2!

You’ll be sliding back into the seat to tackle the Seated Climbs in Track 3 and you won’t be able to resist singing along to Show Me Heaven during the Standing Climb. There are four hills to climb so you’ll peak your heart-rate four times! Watch for the three sprints in Track 4 and remember to slide forward on the saddle when you race on the beat. Matchbox Twenty’s How Far We’ve Come will help you through the five blocks of work in Track 5. In Track 6 there are three accelerations to find the beat of the music – this track is tough so beware! Scooter vs. Status Quo in Track 7 – this track is awesome and the music will motivate you through the steepest of the mountains.

© 2009 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 43 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Closer – Ne-Yo  


2 Hot n Cold – K  
3 Spaceman – The Killersaty Perry  
4 Take Back The City – Snow Patrol  
5 Voodoo People (Pendulum Remix) – The Prodigy  
6 In The Darkeness (Trance Mix) – Darude  
7 Cry For You (Darren Styles Remix) – September  
8 Broken Strings feat. Nelly Furtado – James Morrison  
9 Love Is A Losing Game – Amy Winehouse  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™43 CLOSER [MAY 2009]


SIZZLER

RPM 43 Sizzler Pace and push – or speed and resistance management – are the main focuses of RPM™ 43. You'll be introduced to the concept of base resistance versus working resistance and in Tracks 2, 4 and 6 you'll be managing your resistance to help you stay on the beat for longer. This, combined with some awesome new music, will really get that heart racing! You're eased into the workout with Ne-Yo's Closer. Take the time to set up the correct cycling position and become familiar with the base and working resistance. Your heart rate will lift in Track 2 with the two one-minute intervals. Katy Perry's Hot n Cold will have you singing along before the hard work hits in Track 3. The Killers'Spaceman will help you through the three short, steep phases which are followed by one power effort. Snow Patrol's Take Back The City is a great track to catch your breath to during the cruisy climbs but get ready to push yourself in the sprints. The Prodigy are in the house driving Track 5 – a big song, big sound and intense interval training track. There are four efforts on the flats in the hardest gear which will have you gasping for air. You get the chance to flush your legs and recover in Track 6 – but don't get too comfortable as there are two big, one-minute speed work-efforts. The key to surviving Track 7 is to manage your intensity wisely. Go big but pace yourself as you'll need to put in a huge effort to make it to the top. Two short 30-second efforts are followed by two 90-second strength endurance phases.

Your hard work is rewarded with a ride home to Broken Strings – James Morrison's beautiful hit featuring Nelly Furtado.

©2008 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 42 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 I Could Have Loved You - Lighthouse Family  


2 Dance Floor Anthem (I Don’t Want to Be in Love) - Good Charlotte  
3 Right by Your Side- Force Vs. Darren Styles  
4 Human - The Killers
 
5 New Future Weapon - Billy Idol  
6 Going Wrong - Armin van Buuren & DJ Shah Feat. Chris Jones  
7 Because The Night (Manox Remix) - Cascada  
8 With You - Chris Brown  
9 You Make It Real - James Morrison  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard, NZ’s Sarah Ostergaard and Australia’s Meg Chalker.
CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD

RPM™ 43 WITH YOU [FEB 2009]


SIZZLER

Riding to powerful music is what RPM™ 42 is all about. Good Charlotte, The Killers and Billy Idol all come to the party, ensuring your riding experience is one you're going to want to relive over and over. In track 1 an ideal working resistance is established when riding on the beat. This allows you to work safely with control and it creates the workout intensity. Lighthouse Family's I Could Have Loved You envelops you as you gradually build your pace. Then it's game-on in track 2! There's a new concept in this track where you wind down at the end of each sprint phase. This is like sprinting through the finish line – and you never stop just on the line. The resistance is left on while the legs naturally slow to the music. There are three blocks of work in track 3 with the intensity governed by three things – correct use of resistance, correct use of leg speed and being in the right position at the right time. The power climb is intense but the driving song Right By Your Side helps you through! Track 4 is The Killers' hit Human which is definitely a highlight of the release. The drama of this track is at the foreground with a dynamic shift between the smooth feeling in the verses to acceleration onto the beat in the choruses. The key to survival in track 5, Billy Idol's New Future Weapon, is to know how to take rests and when to use the options. There are five big efforts – longer phases of work and shorter recoveries mean this is an incredibly powerful challenge that you will love! Mesmerising music from Armin Van Buuren & DJ Shah featuring Chris Jones allows you to catch your breath momentarily before entering track 7 – the king of the mountain challenge! A remix of Cascada's Because The Night provides the inspiration needed to reach the points of three steep ascents. Its strength endurance training and you're going for the polka-dot jersey! After the climb, you'll have the chance to celebrate the ride and catch your breath as you flush the legs, lower the heart rate and warm down to Chris Brown and James Morrison.

© 2009 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


No
SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 41 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 American Boy - Estelle  


2 Into The Night - Santana feat Chad Kroeger  
3 A Neverending Dream - Cascada  
4 Viva La Vida - Coldplay  
5 Take My Hand - Simple Plan  
6 L'bby Haba - DJ Sammy  
7 Send Me An Angel - Slinkee Minx  
8 Umbrella feat. Jay-Z - Rihanna  
9 Stop & Stare - OneRepublic  
  PRESENTED BY: Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 41 INTO THE NIGHT [NOV 2008]


SIZZLER

There’s a whole new approach to RPM™ in this release, with more precision in position, pace and resistance changes as well more variety and more connection with the music! Right from the start, you’ll know where your legs are in RPM™ 41. The key feature in this release is the accurate use of resistance to music — you add load until the legs slow down, and this is the load used when you ride on the beat. The difference in Track 2 is two intense one-minute efforts. This increases your heart rate, opens your lungs and starts testing the legs. You know you’re going to work hard in Track 3 when you start with a standing recovery! There are three summits to attack and you’ll definitely need to save effort for the last, which is a killer! Look forward to the use of the power climb – a seated climb, it’s intensity in the saddle and brings more stability and strength. In Track 5, Simple Plan’s Take My Hand provides the inspiration needed to pull out four huge efforts back to back. You’ll burn maximum calories with big resistance and big gears! There are two long phases with only one recovery in Track 6. First there’s a long build-up to recovery where you build endurance speed followed by an early jump on the beat and some 30-second sprints. There’s only one way out of this release and that’s going up over the mountains in Track 7. It may not be the easiest way out but it’s definitely the most rewarding. Look for the magic combo of four positions where precision is the key. Together we are one tribe — one pack. Everyone starts and finishes the ride together.

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  RPM® 40 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 If It's In My Mind, It's On My Face - Seal -  


2 Do It Well - Moto Blanco Mix - Jennifer Lopez  
3 Zombie - Andrew Spencer & Vamprockerz  
4 Let Go - Paul Van Dyk feat. Rea Garvey  
5 Reverse Psychology - Bomfunk MC's  
6 Adelante - Sash!  
7 Heaven - Manian feat. Aila  
8 Good Life Feat.T-Pain  
9 Kanye West I'll Stand By You - The Pretenders  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard - Sarah Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™40 LET IT GO [AUG 2008]


SIZZLER

RPM® 40 has some great music and is another really intense workout. As always, instructors are key to delivering a life–changing RPM™ experience and in this release you get to focus on two things in particular. First, helping riders feel the connection between the cadences and the music. This creates the energy and drama in the class and gives you the feelings of power and joy that comes from riding to the rhythm. Second is getting riders to reach the right level of intensity during the class by coaching them about how hard to work and for how long and how they should be feeling – especially in the short work phases out of the saddle and during recovery in the saddle. Track 1 sets the scene with a cruisy feel.


Set your participants up with the correct riding resistance at the start of the track and then coach them through the three different leg speeds. Track 5 brings a whole new meaning to interval training – it's intense! Watch out for the preparation phase where we slow down our legs, add two big gears and jump hard out of the saddle! Load up your legs and attack hard for maximum intensity.

The Mountain Climb finishes the workout experience by taking you to the heavens above. It's a tough track, with three distinct phases, and you should encourage your riders to feel three levels of intensity working close to maximum effort each time. Check out the great music in this release, with Seal and J Lo getting us started, a singalong Pretenders' song winding things up, and some huge uplifting songs in between.

RPM® 40 SIZZLER OUT NOW!

©2008 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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  RPM® 39 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 September - Kirk Franklin  


2 Who Knew - P!nk  
3 Tribal Dance - 2 Unlimited  
4 Amazing - Thin White Duke Edit Seal  
5 Kickstart My Heart - Motley Crue  
6 Where Are You Now? - Ian Van Dahl  
7 Blast The Speakers - Warp Brothers  
8 Flashing Lights feat.Dwele - Kanye West  
9 Change - Sugababes  
10 Hello Good To Be Back - Scooter  
11 Silence - Delerium  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard,Pete Manual,Sarah Ostergaard (NZ),Chris Richardson (NZ) and Meg Chalker (Aust) CHOREOGRAPHED BY: GLEN OSTERGAARD!
RPM™ 39 WHERE ARE YOU [MAY 2008]


SIZZLER

The focus of RPM™ 39 is on challenging experienced participants while seducing new participants with an achievable calorie burning, endorphin high. Watch out for the two innovations — the new climbing position the Pullback Climb, which will engage your hamstrings and butt preparing them to work hard in the saddle, and the Power Climb in Track 7. The Power Climb is like standard racing position but with a big load on and more emphasis on burning calories and increasing levels of fitness in the saddle. There are two bonus tracks in this release to bring you the 60-minute format at its best. One of these tracks is Sarah McLachlan’s Silence which is back by popular request. This is a celebratory Global Summit release and has a great mixture of tracks featuring both old familiar hits and Top 40 releases. Be driven by a huge Pink remix of Who Knew, kick-start your heart with Motley Crue and reach new levels of muscular and anaerobic intensity with the Warp Brothers. A standout song of the release is Seal’s Amazing — the cruisy trance feel automatically takes you to that internal place where you’re riding solo with the music. Together we are one tribe — one pack. Everyone starts and finishes the ride together.

© 2008 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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  RPM® 38 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 01. Hold On - KT Tunstall  


2 02. Bridge Over Troubled Water "Love to Infinity Radio Mix" - Hannah Jones  
3 03. True Believer "True Version" - E-Type  
4 04. Read My Mind - The Killers  
5 05. Runnin' Wild - Airbourne  
6 06. Everything - Tiësto feat. Jessie  
7 07. Behind The Cow - Scooter  
8 08. Won't Go Home Without You - Maroon 5  
9 9. Glad You're Here - Macy Gray feat Fergie  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh, Glen Ostergaard, Sarah Ostergaard and Amy Styles! CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 38 HOLD ON [FEB 2008]


SIZZLER

RPM 38 is happy, uplifting, highly energetic and full of power! This release is big in terms of both music and work. Beginner riders will enjoy more options while the seasoned rider and athlete will be pushed to their limit. The concept of maximizing your time to help achieve optimum results has been highlighted in this release. You'll know what's coming up over a 50 minute period so you can take responsibility for your workout and give it your all. The ride begins with the happy, snappy Hold On by KT Tunstall and a new sequence of work is used to warm the legs and set up a great riding technique. Track 3, True Believer, is a hugely motivating song with big contrast and big energy. Riders have to believe in themselves and this song provides inspiration to do so. The lyrics of Airbourne's edgy Rock 'n' Roll song Runnin' Wild will help you focus on the challenge of Track 5. This is pure interval training at its best, burning maximum calories and increasing levels of fitness. The combination of Scooter and Fatman Scoop in Track 7 is priceless and you'll finish the class on a big high. This track is huge! Look out for the massive climb at the beginning of the track. Maroon 5 bring us home with a great track - the inspiring Won't Go Home Without You.

© 2008 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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  RPM® 37 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Mas Que Nada feat The Black Eyed Peas - Sergio Mendes  

2 Only One Too (Lenny B Club Mix) - Jewel  
3 Riding On The Wings (Motiv8 Airplay Extended Mix) - Motiv8  
4 You're All I Have - Snow Patrol  
5 Paradise City - Guns N' Roses  
6 Sunchyme - Dario G  
7 Rhythm Is A Dancer 2004 (CJ Stone Club Remix) - Snap!  
8 Crazy - Gnarls Barkley  
9 Waiting On The World To Change - John Mayer  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 37 RIDING ON THE WINGS [NOV 2007]


SIZZLER

RPM 37 is a fantastic workout with a great selection of music from the old and familiar, to the new and inspirational. The theme song for this release is Turn It Up! In this release, we focus on the three R's: Responsibility plus Resistance equals Results. Participants are urged to take ownership of their workout and give it their all to achieve optinum results. Musically you'll enjoy the latest Maroon 5 song Makes Me Wonder, a remix of the popular Killers track When We Were Young and the instrumental Sunspot which allows you to get into your own space and recover. Track 3 is an oldie but a goodie - the heavy beats and uplifting chorus of Underworld's Underneath the Radar really drives the workout. Bomfunk MC's Turn It Up is track 5 and here you'll find pure interval training at its best. The club mix of Paffendorf's Welcome to Africa in track 7 is a real highlight in this release. There's a big sound with the African chanting and drums and a whole lot of energy is needed to get the most out of this track! The drive beat and pulsing lyrics really help the class reach their peak. Get into RPM 37 and Turn It Up! 'What's Hot and What's Not in RPM' outlines how to use music pre RPM 25. There have been some important changes made to the way tracks have been choreographed in RPM over the last two years and this education session explains the changes in each track and how to manage the new training principles if older music is used.

© 2007 Les Mills International - (Educational Usage Only!)


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  RPM® 36 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Little L - Jamiroquai  


2 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (Definitive Radio Edit) - The Kinky Boyz  
3 I Like To Move It (Jens O Mix) - Zoo Gang  
4 Straight Lines - Silverchair  
5 Painkiller - Freestylers  
6 Only If I (Alex Megane Extended Mix) - Kate Ryan  
7 Played-A-Live (Darude vs JS16) - Safri Duo  
8 Every Little Step - Bobby Brown  
9 Light Surrounding You – Evermore  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 36 YOU SPIN ME ROUND [AUG 007]


SIZZLER

RPM 36 will push you to new levels of fitness. The hill climb will make you strong; the interval track burns huge amounts of calories and in the mountain climb the training focus shifts to strength and endurance with two phases of two minute blasts where you really work it! Some longer work phases provide a higher top end for those athletes who want it. RPM is increasingly appealing to outdoor sports enthusiasts who are using the class in their training for events and the new class is great for this. Musically, we've got a great mix of sounds starting with Jamiroquai's funky and uplifting Little L. The beats-per-minute rate a little faster than normal to provide some great energy for the start of the class. A fun remake of the classic You Spin Me Right Round sets the scene for the pace track, which sets the riders up for the demands of the workout. I Like To Move It follows and this has a great driving beat that will maximize the workout experience - this is the first big challenge in the class. Get ready for some dance rock in the interval track with Painkiller. Power is the name of the game here and the rules are simple - the higher load you push, and the faster you do it, the more power you're producing. The mountain climb is another highlight, with the trancey-bongo feel in the remix of Safri Duo's Played-A-Live. The training focus shifts to strength endurance as the music builds and makes you really want to move! This is a massive workout guaranteed to maximize fitness gains and caloric expenditure. The RPM education session is a 'focus and feel' teaching instructors how to coach the riders effectively so they achieve the benefits for each interval type.

© 2007 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 35 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Mas Que Nada feat. The Black Eyed Peas - Sergio Mendes  


2 Only One Too - Lenny B. Club Mix - Jewel  
3 Riding On The Wings - Motiv8 Airplay Extended Mix - Motiv8  
4 You're All I Have - Snow Patrol  
5 Paradise City - Guns N' Roses  
6 Sunchyme - Dario G  
7 Rhythm Is A Dancer 2004 - CJ Stone Club Remix - Snap!  
8 Crazy - Gnarls Barkley  
9 Waiting On The World To Change - John Mayer  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 35 CRAZY [MAY 2007]


SIZZLER

Riders take to the road again for a journey that is already adding to the science of RPM - everyone riding the video masterclass was wearing a Polar heart rate monitor. The results of the monitoring have been graphed and will be given to instructors in the education session to demonstrate the effects of interval training embodied in the RPM coaching model.Alternating periods of work and recovery remain at the heart of the program to ensure success for all with teachers encouraged to constantly stress to participants the benefits of interval training for burning calories and building strength and endurance. RPM 35 kicks off with a funky Latino sound to hook you into the ride and get you comfortable in the sddle. Then the pace is on as we ride the RPM cadence ladder in the three stages of "half", "building" and "top pace" to prepare the body for the work ahead. Motiv8's Riding on the Wings is a standout track to drive the first hill climb, with another top tune from Snow Patrol for the mixed terrain.An RPM innovation sees riders testing themselves in an individual time trial in Track 5 - Guns N' Roses Paradise City will blast them to a great result.Riders can enjoy their own 'pace and space' as they hit the open road with the cruisey sound of Dario G. Then the packs goes hard out for a towering five-phase mountain climb that delivers the ultimate interval training experience

© 2007 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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  RPM® 34 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ - Scissor Sisters  


2 Daddy Cool (Vinylshakerz Screen Cut) - Vinylshakerz  
3 Take Me To The Clouds Above - LMC vs U2 (Audiolush Remix)  
4 Running - Evermore  
5 Pretty Vegas - OneZeroOne  
6 Sweet Surrender (DJ Tiësto Mix) - Sarah McLachlan  
7 Smells Like Teen Spirit (Vol 2 The Floor Mix) - The Warp Brothers  
8 The Game Of Love feat Michelle Branch - Santana  
9 You Give Me Something - James Morrison  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 34 RUNNING [FEB 2007]


SIZZLER

Music sets the pace in this great new class, where riders work and recover to a diverse mix of rhythm and sound. Teachers can dial back the coaching cues and let the music create the journey- and a life-changing fitness experience. There's plenty of opportunity for the athlete to work to their potential- training for that upcoming road race or triathlon- and for the amateur exerciser to burn some calories, get fit and have some fun. The pack sets off to a 70s disco sound from Scissor Sisters and extend their warmup to an upbeat take on the Boney M hit, Daddy Cool. Riders hit the hills ready and willing in track #3 and switch to a mix of flats and climbs to the sweet, motivational sound of Kiwi band, Evermore. A big cover version of the INXS hit, Pretty Vegas, sets the scene for a four-interval training blast; then speed is the key as we fly to the haunting sound of the Canadian songstress Sarah McLachlan. Track #7 is one of our biggest ever in terms of sound and work and riders will love the sweet relief to follow, riding home with Santana and country star Michelle Branch and taking a final stretch with You Give Me Something- the new hit from James Morrison.

© 2006 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 33 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Black Horse & The Cherry Tree - KT Tunstall  


2 Don't Bother - Shakira  
3 Time After Time - Novaspace  
4 Amazing - George Michael  
5 I Want You to Want Me - Chris Isaak  
6 Inspiration - Ian Van Dahl  
7 Love comes again - Tiësto feat. BT  
8 Afterglow - INXS  
9 Iris - Ronan Keating  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 33 AMAZING [NOV 2006]


SIZZLER

Inspiration! Welcome to the new class riders. It’s all about working with resistance because resistance gets results and results is why people come to RPM™! We use the science and principles of work and recovery so everyone can be successful throughout the class – not going too hard, too soon, but timing their workout so they can master the virtual terrain. Instructors play a vital role by coaching good technique in their participants, describing the ride and telling them how they should be feeling at every stage of the journey. A new class and a new cycling experience - this class will take you on a journey of discovery and challenge through varied virtual terrain and a diverse mix of musical styles. Riders will also get plenty of opportunity to discover their inner athlete through the mix of work, recovery and resistance that lie at the heart of RPM. Dan and Glen have opted for an upbeat opening to the latest ride, with a fun, catchy song to help establish the connection between body and bike. Then it's time to build the pace with a rock-Latin sound from Shakira with three working intervals to prepare the body for the rest of the ride. A remix of Cindy Laupers Time After Time is a familiar sound with a big, rolling beat to fuel a big effort in and out of the saddle as the pack heads to a huge cardio peak. Then we drop into active recovery with the subtle, smooth rhythm of George Michael's Amazing. The new class hits another sky-high peak with the huge sound of I Want You to Want Me - this is a big physical challenge so hook into the music to ensure success. Riders find some peace with the trancey Inspiration from Ian Van Dahl and then dig deep for that little bit extra with the extended, seven-minute Tiesto mix of Love Comes Again. The ride comes home with a great piece of music from INXS and ends, as always with a satisfying final stretch.

© 2006 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 32 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 Something Got Me Started - Simply Red  

2 Move In My Direction (Angel City Remix) - Bananarama  
3 Woman In Love (Dancing DJs Remix) - Liz McLarnon  
4 Bend And Break - Keane  
5 Scream (Radio Edit) - Billy Idol  
6 Rise Again (Extended Mix) - DJ Sammy  
7 Free (Jason Nevins Remix) - Ultra Nate  
8 If Theres Any Justice - Lemar  
9 Goodbye My Lover (Video Version) - James Blunt  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 32 RISE AGAIN [AUG 2006]


SIZZLER

Inspiration! Welcome to the new class riders. It’s all about working with resistance because resistance gets results and results is why people come to RPM™! We use the science and principles of work and recovery so everyone can be successful throughout the class – not going too hard, too soon, but timing their workout so they can master the virtual terrain. Instructors play a vital role by coaching good technique in their participants, describing the ride and telling them how they should be feeling at every stage of the journey. A new class and a new cycling experience - this class will take you on a journey of discovery and challenge through varied virtual terrain and a diverse mix of musical styles. Riders will also get plenty of opportunity to discover their inner athlete through the mix of work, recovery and resistance that lie at the heart of RPM. Dan and Glen have opted for an upbeat opening to the latest ride, with a fun, catchy song to help establish the connection between body and bike. Then it's time to build the pace with a rock-Latin sound from Shakira with three working intervals to prepare the body for the rest of the ride. A remix of Cindy Laupers Time After Time is a familiar sound with a big, rolling beat to fuel a big effort in and out of the saddle as the pack heads to a huge cardio peak. Then we drop into active recovery with the subtle, smooth rhythm of George Michael's Amazing. The new class hits another sky-high peak with the huge sound of I Want You to Want Me - this is a big physical challenge so hook into the music to ensure success. Riders find some peace with the trancey Inspiration from Ian Van Dahl and then dig deep for that little bit extra with the extended, seven-minute Tiesto mix of Love Comes Again. The ride comes home with a great piece of music from INXS and ends, as always with a satisfying final stretch

© 2006 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)


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SONG/ARTIST
  RPM® 31 RAW POWER IN MOTION
1 I've Been Thinking About You - Londonbeat  


2 Turn Me On (Lenny B Mix) - Kevin Lyttle  
3 Finally (Classic Club Mix) - Love To Infinity feat. Charlotte Day  
4 Speed Of Sound - Coldplay  
5 Round And Round - Rhythm Twins  
6 Underwater (Above & Beyond's 21st Century Mix) - Delerium  
7 Fading Like A Flower (Extended Mix) - Dancing DJs v Roxette  
8 Just Feel Better feat. Steven Tyler - Santana  
9 Heart Like A Wheel - The Corrs  
  PRESENTED BY: Dan McDonogh and Glen Ostergaard CHOREOGRAPHED BY: DAN MCDONOGH & GLEN OSTERGAARD!

RPM™ 31 ROUND AND ROUND [FEB 2006]


SIZZLER

Ride the Race of Truth! This new class will help riders set their ultimate cardio challenge and emerge leaner and fitter on an incredible endorphin high. The new release offers our best ever musical selection and cutting-edge coaching that takes indoor cycling to a new level of exercise expertise. With Instructors advising recommended exertion levels throughout the trip, riders cruise through the warmup to their first real challenge in the pace track. Kevin Lyttle's Turn Me On has the pack heading for the hills, with the upbeat Finally easing the way. RPM hits one of its all-time highlights with Speed of Sound at track 4. This Coldplay classic will be much-requested in studios around the world. But there's more to come, as this journey continues with Rhythm Twins Round and Round in the interval track and the trancey Underwater from Delerium accompanying a flat-out road race in the free spin. Riders come home with rock legends Santana and stretch out with a great tune from Irish band The Corrs. © 2006 Les Mills Asia Pacific - Les Mills International

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