Interval PowerMix 4
128 : 150 BPM
Interval PowerMix Vol. 4 is a high energy mix that will add enthusiasm to every step! This perfectly formatted album features a warm up, cooldown, and alternating Hi and Lo BPMs at a 3 minutes / 4 Minutes ratio. Featuring songs “Bang My Head,” “HandClap,” and more, this Interval PowerMix will always “Rise Up” to the occasion!
Anytime Fitness - HIIT-X Vol. 1
A high, energy mix designed to work perfectly with the Anytime Fitness HIIT-X program construct. Songs were timed and sound effects added to help you stay on track with minimal clock watching. The upbeat, familiar tracks will help keep your clients’ minds off the hurt during this High Intensity Interval Workout.
Interval PowerMix 3
Interval PowerMix Vol. 3 is high energy compilation of top radio hits that your students will know and love. This perfectly formatted album features a warm up, cooldown, and alternating Hi and Lo BPMs at a 3 minutes / 4 Minutes ratio. Using our Interval series lets you focus on your students while the music keeps the pace!
130 - 150 BPM
A perfectly formatted album for your next Interval Class
Interval Circuit 6
To keep muscles challenged and motivation high, Power Music has produced Interval Circuit 6. This release includes an Interval Workout CD and a Circuit Workout CD with musical cues. This high energy mix of dance, pop, oldies and club offer something for every musical taste.About Interval Training - Interval training is a form of exercise that incorporates cardiovascular activities alternately performed at high and low intensity. The purpose of this sort of workout is to take the heart rate and energy output through a series of peaks and valleys. This helps to increase lean muscle mass and cardiovascular endurance while decreasing body fat. A common format consists of alternating 4 minute sections of step training with 4 minute sections of Hi-lo. Four to six cycles of this format produce significant results. About Circuit Training - Similar to interval training, circuit training involves aerobic conditioning and strength work at a series of workout stations. For example, a participant might perform cardiovascular moves on a step, move to a weight or toning station, back to an aerobic station and so on. A general circuit training format alternates 3 minutes of and aerobic activity followed by a minute and a half of strength training using resistive tubing, free weights and / or stationary weight machines.