I absolutely have to thank one of my dearest friends, co-instructor and ICI member, Jana, for this week”™s Friday Favorite. We both love Jamaica, and a little “Reggae” jive. We were together this week and discussing music. She has been using this fabulous tune from an American Jewish singer/songwriter for a cool down and her classes have been loving it. I do too! Check out Elan Atias and “Step Into the Sunshine” from his “We Are” CD. It is really good stuff - I love the refrain "If you don't try, the Sun's not going to shine". It could also make a fun flat (or steady climb) at 85 bpm.
Spotify Link to Step Into the Sunshine
Note from John: Lots of Reggae music falls in that perfect, steady climb cadence in the low 80s RPM. I like to use a little Reggae during my 90 minute endurance classes... especially when I'm back from Jamaica and I still have the rhythm bouncing around my head. Here's a suggestion for your next endurance class, as the free track. Enjoy 🙂
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