The countdown is on. Four days until the St. George Marathon. That means it's time to update the iPod so there's more than two hours of songs on there. A sub-2 hour marathon might be inevitable, but it won't be set by me. Shocking, I know.
I figure if I can't run, I'll get ready to run. I shot an email to my doctor this morning to see if there is anything else I can do to help speed things along with my hip since the only times it hurts now is when I first get up in the morning and the Celebrex has worn off or when I try to run. Until I get his response, I will distract myself with music.
Last week I got an email of the top ten workout songs for September from Chris at RunHundred.com and was pretty excited. Perfect timing for updating my iPod. And I'm letting you in on the list too:
Pitbull, Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer - Give Me Everything (Sidney Samson Remix) - 129 BPM
Nicki Minaj - Super Bass - 128 BPM
Switchfoot - Dark Horses - 83 BPM
Gym Class Heroes & Adam Levine - Stereo Hearts - 90 BPM
Lady GaGa - Edge Of Glory (Bare Noize Remix) - 140 BPM
Pitbull & Marc Anthony - Rain Over Me - 128 BPM
Nadia Ali, Alex Kenji & Starkillers - Pressure (Alesso Radio Edit) - 129 BPM
T.I. & B.o.B. - We Don't Get Down Like Y'all - 92 BPM
LMFAO, GoonRock & Lauren Bennett - Party Rock Anthem (Russ Chimes Remix) - 129 BPM
Alexandra Stan - Mr. Saxobeat - 129 BPM
You can listen to clips of the songs at RunHundred.com. You can also subscribe to the web site, and get (for free) weekly updates and the monthly top 10 list with each song's BPM (beats per minute) is listed. There are also links to buy them on Amazon.com and iTunes.
Before you wander over to Run Hundred though, tell me what YOUR favorite running song is right now.