Today I bring you something a bit different. A very intense, fully orchestrated 65 bpm climb that starts out very strong and then backs off at 1:59 for a quick quiet segment (which you know I love for queuing opportunities). We never lose intensity though, even in the short quiet segment. And then…bam!!! 3:30 comes along and the beautiful build starts and really hits at 3:45 to the finish at 4:27. I am so looking forward to using this X-Men First Class Soundtrack #11 (X-training) in my Thanksgiving class. I am co-teaching a 90 minute class with someone you might know…his name is John Macgowan. I gotta put together a good class for that morning! I don”™t want everyone thinking he is the only one that can work them hard.
Happy Thanksgiving to all our US members!
Here it is in Spotify
And here is a remix you may enjoy as your free track of the week.
X-Training - Henry Jackman by Bere Weillschmidt
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Thanks, I can envision a strong climb with great coachable moments.
Great to hear from you Pat! I hope you get a lot of use out of it. I am looking forward to using it next Thursday. I’ll have another good one for you next Friday.
Thanks Amy! Good track. Good idea!
I’m glad you like it Cameron. 🙂
Thanks, Amy. Instrumental is always great, especially when you’re trying to convey a particular drill or skill. I used this song this week for aerobic intervals (adding on a gear for 30 sec., releasing for 30 sec.)
I am happy you found it useful. I like a good instrumental track too and your 30 second intervals sound like fun!