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Preview: The JogTunes Indie Podcast

The JogTunes Indie Podcast



The BPM-paced running music podcast that's meant for working out to the exact beat of great indie tunes and instrumentals.



Published: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00:53:13 -0500

Last Build Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00:53:58 -0500

Copyright: 2014 - Robert Marcus, MD, dba The JogTunes Group
 



146: (49 min - BPM 145-178) Fake Billy, Nachtschade, and More!

Wed, 01 Nov 2017 11:15:32 -0500

(image) The 146th episode of the JTIP featuring 10 great indie artists. The BPM range is 145-178. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


 

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Fake Billy And The False Prophets


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RIPL


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The Dayoffs


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Stage Republic


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Seymoore Melody


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Hooligan


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Nachtschade


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Jenn Vix


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Victories

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Rumble Skulls

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to the promotion companies for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3200 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_146_20171101.mp3




145: (43 min - BPM 145-181) Warrior Charge and More!

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 17:53:28 -0500

(image) The 145th episode of the JTIP featuring 7 great indie artists. The BPM range is 145-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Warrior Charge

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The Divide

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The Riff

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Mick DeMille

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From Ordinary

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Tom Hipps

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Arro

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_145_20171001.mp3




144: (46 min - BPM 122-182) The John Pagano Band and More!

Mon, 04 Sep 2017 17:54:10 -0500

The 144th episode of the JTIP featuring 10 great indie artists. The BPM range is 122-182. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   The John Pagano Band Black Needle Noise Buffalos Bay Lenny Benn Cutarelli Giuseppe D'Alonzo Kolade Olamide Ayodeji Sunshine & the Rain A Shoreline Dream Absinthe Minded My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to the folks at Music Gateway, Lynsey Finch at High Violet PR and Plugging and Shauna McLarnon at Shameless Promotion PR for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_144_20170901.mp3




143: (45 min - BPM 145-180) This is Fast!

Tue, 01 Aug 2017 16:40:34 -0500

(image) The 143rd episode of the JTIP featuring 9 great indie artists. The BPM range is 145-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Mark Blacknell

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Analogue Revolution

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Absinthe Minded

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Rylands Heath

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DOF

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Scott and Yasmine Walker

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Triplicate Audio

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Pullman Standard

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Nah-Ro

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_143_20170801.mp3




142: (47 min - BPM 144-180) Matthew Ebel - Here's More!

Sat, 01 Jul 2017 11:49:22 -0500

(image) The 142nd episode of the JTIP featuring Matthew Ebel and 6 other artists. The BPM range is 144-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Matthew Ebel

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Giuseppe D'Alonzo

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Analogue Revolution

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The Natural Curve

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Kolade Olamide

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Epic Micky

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Drama King

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_142_20170701.mp3




141: (45 min - BPM 145-177) It's Papa Satch!

Tue, 30 May 2017 20:01:31 -0500

(image) The 141st episode of the JTIP featuring Papa Satch and 6 other artists. The BPM range is 145-177. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Papa Satch

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Sydney Valette

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Benn Cutarelli

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Pullman Standard

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Hightown Pirates

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Scott and Yasmine Walker

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Dan O’Farrell & The Difference Engine

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Neon Tetra Music PR and Plugging and the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_141_20170601.mp3




140: (45 min - BPM 142-178) Fuzz, Punk, and More!

Mon, 01 May 2017 20:45:38 -0500

(image) The 140th episode of the JTIP featuring 6 artists and 14 tracks. The BPM range is 142-178. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Sunshine & the Rain

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Clifffs

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Dave Wright

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Angels Cut

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midairband

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Dizzy Duss

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Neon Tetra Music PR and Plugging and the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_140_20170501.mp3




139: (40 min - BPM 145-181) Here's Lover!

Sat, 01 Apr 2017 11:22:28 -0500

(image) The 139th episode of the JTIP featuring 7 artists and 11 tracks. The BPM range is 145-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Lover

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The Palmettos

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Phil Math

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Steve Young

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Nah-Ro

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Sean Emmanuele

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Paul Cronin

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging and the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_139_20170401.mp3




138: (45 min - BPM 145-180) The UK Connection!

Wed, 01 Mar 2017 10:53:28 -0600

The 138th episode of the JTIP featuring 9 artists and 12 tracks. The BPM range is 145-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   Days Indoors Cowards Traveller Divisionists Jen Gloeckner Blueprint Blue Super Joshi Mee & The Band Jetty Rae My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging and the folks at Music Gateway, Shameless Promotion PR, and Cyber PR for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_138_20170301.mp3




137: (40 min - BPM 148-176) It’s Sean T. MacLeod and More!

Tue, 31 Jan 2017 20:52:33 -0600

(image) The 137th episode of the JTIP featuring Sean T. MacLeod and 4 other artists. The BPM range is 148-176. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Sean T. MacLeod

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Olivia May

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Peter118

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Neco

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This is Soundscape

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging and the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_137_20170201.mp3




136: (48 min - BPM 126-184) MADYX, Michael, and Many More!

Sat, 31 Dec 2016 15:55:02 -0600

(image) The 136th anniversary episode of the JTIP featuring 7 great indie artists and mixed genres.The BPM range is 120-176. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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MADYX

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Michael Egleton

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Arfon 'Harry' Williams

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Max Cowley

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Shakila

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Zero Holds

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The Evening Shades

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Dave Porter of Music Clout and the folks at Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_136_20170101.mp3




135: (45 min - BPM 126-184) 10th Anniversary Episode - Move It!

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 19:56:24 -0600

The 135th anniversary episode of the JTIP featuring 9 great indie artists and mixed genres.The BPM range is 126-184. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   The Corridors Jon Worthy Rosie Shy Don DiLego The Missendens Giuseppe D'Alonzo Sound Saves Phil McC (feat. A Tuesday Paradox) Ellen Wade My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_135_20161201.mp3




134: (47 min - BPM 147-181) The Fleas!

Tue, 01 Nov 2016 20:10:11 -0500

(image) The 134th episode of the JTIP featuring The Fleas and 7 other artist and mixed genres.The BPM range is 147-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


 

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The Fleas


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Lyvo


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The Rift


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Kam Falk


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Joel Brandon

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This Day Burns

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Joe Con

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Mean Machine

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Music Clout and Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_134_20161101.mp3




133: (46 min - BPM 127-183) Righteous Reprobates!

Sun, 02 Oct 2016 17:05:06 -0500

The 133nd episode of the JTIP featuring mixed genres.The BPM range is 127-183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   Righteous Reprobates Tejai Moore The Company of Amateur Souls Charlie Millikin Garrett Miller Cameron Weaver H'atina Eden James Conscious X Barbarella Blue My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Music Clout and Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_133_20161002.mp3




132: (37 min - BPM 111-180) Thank You Music Gateway!

Wed, 24 Aug 2016 20:57:24 -0500

(image) The 132nd episode of the JTIP featuring mixed genres.The BPM range is 111-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

 

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Sonder

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Lionel Lodge

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Tony Halchak

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Tyler Shamy

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Middlesong

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essmas

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions,and to Music Gateway for helping to provide the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_132_20160901.mp3




131: (40 Min - BPM 124-180) Rock, Rap, R & B with a bit of Pop

Fri, 29 Jul 2016 18:49:24 -0500

The 131st episode of the JTIP featuring mostly rock, Rap and R & B. The BPM range is 124-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   John Thayer Black Onyx and Jade Daily Grind Don DiLego Suzerain K.tothe.A.Y. Crumbsnatchers Crimson Sun Pageant Tai Wo My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions,and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging, and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_131_20160801.mp3




130: (50 Min - BPM 150-180) Lushcamp!

Fri, 01 Jul 2016 18:05:10 -0500

The 130th episode of the JTIP features Lushcamp and is mostly rock, pop and alternative. The BPM range is 150-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   Lushcamp Tom Carter The G-Bombs Backwater Fred Colombo Suzerain Daily Grind Larissa Lam Crumbsnatchers Jake Aldridge Christine Lee My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging, and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes by label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" (beats per minute) refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_130_20160701.mp3




129: (50 Min - BPM 112-174) Volymian!

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 09:48:44 -0500

The 129th episode of the JTIP features Volymian and is mostly rock, pop and R & B. The BPM range is 112-174. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   Volymian The Broadcasts Chris Kudela The Explorers Club Rene Lopez The Fontaines Pete Berwick Adult Cinema Street Survivors Giuseppe D'Alonzo My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Brooke Zegarra ofCyber PR, Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging, and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_129_20160601.mp3




128: (45 Min - BPM 110-181) Nine Lies!

Sun, 01 May 2016 16:50:58 -0500

The 128th episode of the JTIP is mostly rock. The BPM range is 110-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.   The Evening Shades Nine Lies Jeff Lehman's City Lights Band Partisan Mr Woah Zublue Ships Have Sailed Giuseppe D'Alonzo My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_128_20160501.mp3




127: (45 Min - BPM 106-181) Around the World!

Fri, 01 Apr 2016 16:32:11 -0500

(image) The 127th episode of the JTIP is a walk/run/walk session of mixed genre. The BPM range is 106-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.




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Fades

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Partisan

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Joel Ansett

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Terry Green

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Kolade Olamide

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Recluse

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging, Dave Porter of Music Clout and 7 Arts Entertainment for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 3000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_127_20160401.mp3




126: (45 Min - BPM 111-180) Three From The Coast!

Tue, 01 Mar 2016 15:24:20 -0600

The 126th episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session of mixed genre with a sprint segment. The BPM range is 111-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. [...]


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125: (45 Min - BPM 120-180) From Rome, It's Giuseppe D'Alonzo!

Mon, 01 Feb 2016 21:08:52 -0600

The 125th episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session of mixed genre with a sprint segment. The BPM range is 120-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Giuseppe D'Alonzo Hero the Band Tom Carter Jason Fichera The Rhythm Express Jeremy Shere Trench Town Oddities Zaza Syd Barrett Sky Catching Fire My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to the many fine promotors for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Check out our JogTunes video podcasts channel for working out on a treadmill to great indie music. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_125_20160201.mp3




124: (40 Min - BPM 100-170) Matthew Ebel Returns!

Tue, 05 Jan 2016 09:38:39 -0600

(image) The 124th episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session of mixed genres. The BPM range is 100-170. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Matthew Ebel

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Tom Carter

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Jason Fichera

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Castlecomer

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Phorein

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Giuseppe D'Alonzo

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Sarah Chipman and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Check out our JogTunes video podcasts channel for working out on a treadmill to great indie music.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_124_20160101.mp3




123: (45 Min - BPM 121-172) Thank You Blue Soap Music!

Tue, 01 Dec 2015 18:57:55 -0600

(image) The 123rd episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session of mixed genres. The BPM range is 121-172. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.

5 of the 12 Artists:

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Rusty Wright Band

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Four Star Fate

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Larry Vann

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The Modern Era

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The Levons

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Andrea Lynch of Blue Soap Music PR and Plugging and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_123_20151201.mp3




122: (45 Min - BPM 123-177) A Touch of Alternative

Sun, 01 Nov 2015 21:31:58 -0600

(image) The 122nd episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session of rock, pop and a touch of alternative. The BPM range is 123-177. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Mark Newman

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Diane Charlemagne

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Mary Jennings

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Lorialla

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The Von

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Cyber PR and Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_122_20151101.mp3




121: (42 Min - Interval - BPM 100-180) Blast Off!

Sun, 04 Oct 2015 19:28:08 -0500

(image) The 121st episode of the JTIP is an interval session of mixed genres. There are 2 interval segments at 180 BPM. The BPM range is 100-180. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.



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The Soft Spots


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Yewande SERE

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David W. Folsom

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Alex Riggen

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Nah-Ro

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James

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions, and to Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent and tracks for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_121_20151001.mp3




120: (45 Min - BPM 122-180) Light and Heavy!

Sat, 29 Aug 2015 19:25:40 -0500

The 120th episode of the JTIP is a sequenced session with mixed genres. The BPM range is 122-180. If the marathon paces are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Cherry Red Nicholas Bridgman Carroll Matthews Big Ben Hillman Atlas Jungle The Mash Tara Elisha Samuel Claiborne [...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_120_20150901.mp3




119: (43 Min - Interval - BPM 110-183) Rock Rules!

Fri, 07 Aug 2015 20:04:01 -0500

The 119th episode of the JTIP is an interval session of mostly rock. There are 2 interval segments at 183 BPM. The BPM range is 110-183. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Frank Palangi ShadowHill The New Position Kyle Dunaway Fort Vine [...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_119_20150801.mp3




118: (45 Min - Interval - BPM 120-181) Electronica!

Wed, 01 Jul 2015 21:10:35 -0500

(image) The 118th episode of the JTIP features the electronica of Al Marcy and Chris Leide. Rock, alternative and pop are in the mix. There are 3 interval segments. The BPM range is 120-181. If the interval segments are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Cookie Rabinowitz

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Chris Leide

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Nite Wolf

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Those Willows

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Jesta

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Leah Nobel

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions. And to Sarah Chipman of SGC Media, Zack Salem of Musicpage.com and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_118_20150701.mp3




117: (40 Min - BPM 121-185) Moxy and The Influence

Fri, 12 Jun 2015 16:33:30 -0500

The JTIP features Moxy and The Influence heading a list of 8 artists. This episode is mostly rock, with a bit of alternative, pop, and hip-hop. The BPM range is 121-185. The walk-run-walk session is followed by a sprint segment that maxes out at 185. If that's too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Moxy and the Influence T.Dot Mo Blishen Jesse Cross Cassette Hicks Tired Lion Jano Zanzi My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions. And to Sarah Chipman of SGC Media, Zack Salem of Musicpage.com and Dave Porter of Music Clout for providing some of the talent for the show. More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_117_20150612.mp3




116: (50 Min - BPM 124-174) Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop - Vol. II

Wed, 06 May 2015 11:21:01 -0500

(image) The JTIP presents 12 great tunes by way of Music Clout, Cyber PR, David J Caron, and Da Gittens Boyz. It's mostly rock, pop, and hip hop. The BPM range is 124-174.
The session maxes out at 174 to David J Caron's "Too Much Little Time" for over 6 minutes. If that's too long or too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Da Gittens Boyz

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Amanda Lamb

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Taylor Casey

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions. And to Cyber PR and Music Clout for providing some of the talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_116_20150506.mp3




115: (45 Min - Interval - BPM 124-184) - Rock - David J. Caron

Tue, 31 Mar 2015 10:58:29 -0500

(image) This interval run has a BPM range of 124 to 184. We introduce the great rock music of David J Caron, an impressive singer and guitarist from Ireland, many of whose tunes are perfect for walking and running to the beat. Here are 5 of his tracks mixed with 4 other great tunes by Tony Carbone, Matt Lande, and Bullyheart. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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David J Caron

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Matt Lande

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Bullyheart

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Tony Carbone

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Cyber PR for introducing us to Bullyheart.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_115_20150401.mp3




114: (42 Min - BPM 115-172) We Get Mail!

Sun, 01 Mar 2015 21:41:34 -0600

(image) The 114th episode is pop, reggae, alternative. BPM range: 115-172. Many artists use email to submit their tracks to music podcasters. In this episode the JTIP plays 5 great tunes that are perfect for music-paced running and that came via email. The promotion firm, Cyber PR, provided the other equally great tunes. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Road Man

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The Glass Child

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR for providing some of the talent for the show.

More thanks go to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_114_20150301.mp3




113: (40 Min - Interval - BPM 119-185) Hip-Hop's on Top!

Sun, 01 Feb 2015 21:42:14 -0600

(image) The 113th episode is hip-hop, rock, and pop. The BPM range is 119 to 185 with the 150s, 160s and 170s all represented. Four outstanding hip-hop tracks lead the way in this highly motivating interval session of the JTIP. EB3 provides the top speed segments with Basically Bomb at 185 BPM. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


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Syreeta

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The Wyld Olde Souls

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My thanks to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter and Music Clout for making all of the artists available for our workout enjoyment.

More thanks go to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_113_20150201.mp3




112: (45 Min - Interval - BPM 120-180) It's Mostly Alternative!

Thu, 01 Jan 2015 21:42:45 -0600

(image) The 112th episode is mostly alternative. BPM range is from a brisk walk at 120 to a solid run at 169. The intervals move at 180. Alternative reigns in this 45 minute interval run session. Nick Deutsch provides 3 tracks for the warm-up, the intervals, and the cool down. Eight other equally great artists round out the show.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.


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Nick Deutsch

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The Repeat Offenders

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Jet Force Gemini

The non-interval BPM range is from a brisk walk at 120 to a solid run at 169.

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout for his kind assistance in providing some of the talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_112_20150101.mp3




111: (35 Min - Interval - BPM 128-180) Rock It, Pop It, Punch It With Jazz!

Mon, 01 Dec 2014 21:43:15 -0600

(image) The 111th episode is pop, rock, alternative, and jazz. The non-interval BPM range is from a brisk walk at 128 to a comfortable run at 168. Torsha Lynn, Jubilee Riots, and The Armory offer up 2 vocal tracks apiece to this episode along with single tracks by Lindsay Mac and Syre & Fresko. The interval punch at 180 BPM is delivered as a jazz instrumental by Shawn Kingsberry.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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Torsha Lynn

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The Armory

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Jubilee Riots

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their kind assistance in providing talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_111_20141201.mp3




110: (40 Min - BPM 120-176) Mostly Mellow

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 23:30:17 -0500

(image) The 110th episode is pop, R & B, rock, alternative, and country. The BPM range is 120-176. Roxanna and Jay Soul lead a list of great indie artists for your BPM running pleasure. The feeling is mostly mellow pop and R & B, with a bit of light rock, country, and alternative. Be sure you're fit for speed, or just lay back during the fast tracks.


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Roxanna

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Jay Soul

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their kind assistance in providing talent for the show.

More thanks goes to Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_110_20141101.mp3




109: (35 Min - BPM 141-182) Children's Songs - Rhythm Child

Wed, 01 Oct 2014 21:52:26 -0500

Or play on the web here.

(image) The 109th episode is for the kids. BPM range: 141-182. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.





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Rhythm Child at the White House

Welcome to this special episode of the JogTunes Indie Podcast. It's mostly for the kids, with some great tempos for big folks as well.

Since 2003, Norm Jones, as Rhythm Child, has brought a new kind of music to kids and their parents. With an emphasis on rhythm and percussion, Rhythm Child sends messages to kids about good behavior, having fun, and handling tough situations.

JogTunes brings you 9 great Rhythm Child tunes with tempos that are perfect for running to the beat.

So parents — you can play these songs to motivate your kids to get up and running for great exercise and fitness. Be sure the kids are fit for speed. It's not crucial that they match the fast tempos. The key is to move and have fun.

Hey kids — you can match the beat of these songs with your feet. It's great fun. Dr. Bob helps you out during the show.

The BPM range is from 141 to 182.

My thanks goes to Heather and Norm Jones of the Rhythm Child Network for their generosity in providing the music for this special episode.

More thanks goes to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_109_20141001.mp3




108: (45 Min - Interval - BPM 108-184) Rock/Pop/Alternative - This Moves!

Mon, 01 Sep 2014 14:52:39 -0500

(image) The 108th episode is rock, pop, and alternative. The BPM range is 108-184. You're invited to indulge yourself in some fast, interval, beat match running, featuring 11 great indie artists, coming to you by way of Music Clout, SCG Media, and Cyber PR. The BPM range is from an easy going walk at 108 to 3 interval runs, each at 184, to John Olzard's "That Was The Day."

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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John Olzard

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The Renaissance Rock Orchestra

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their kind music contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, Sarah Chipman of SCG Media, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their help in providing the talent.

More thanks goes to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_108_20140901.mp3




107: (40 Min - BPM 100-177) Rock/Pop - Al Marcy

Fri, 01 Aug 2014 17:45:27 -0500

(image) The 107th episode is rock and pop. The BPM range is 100-177. This 40 min warm-up, run, cool-down session features the creativity, musicality, and humor of Al Marcy, a prolific artist from Downer's Grove Illinois, and a new friend of the JTIP. He's accompanied by six other great indie artists.

Many thanks go to Al for his enthusiasm for the JTIP, and for his generous donation of 7 great tracks to the show.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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Al Marcy

My thanks also goes to all of the other artists for their generous contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, for their help in providing the talent.

More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_107_20140801.mp3




106: (40 Min - BPM 122-178) Rock/Pop - Rock Your Run

Tue, 01 Jul 2014 14:29:55 -0500

(image) The 106th episode is rock and pop. The BPM range is 122-178. This is a 40 minute warm-up/run/cool-down session presenting mostly rock, from mild to heavy metal, featuring Corvus out of Phoenix.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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Corvus

My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR, and Sarah Chipman of SGC Media, for their generous help in providing the talent.

More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_106_20140701.mp3




105: (40 Min - BPM 117-180) Mostly Rock, with a Touch of Jazz

Sat, 31 May 2014 13:26:12 -0500

The 105th episode is rock, jazz, and hip-hop. The BPM range is 117-180. Fine vocal jazz returns to the JTIP, mixed in with some great rock and a bit of hip hop. Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running. Lara James Rada Po / Da Voicez Mike Delledera Band Dingo Down Everett Coast Joe Tripp and the Hops My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions and to Dave Porter of Music Clout, and Andrew Salmon of Cyber PR for their generous help in providing the talent. More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_105_20140601.mp3




104: (40 Min - Interval - BPM 120-180) Sam Page Rocks!

Mon, 05 May 2014 20:09:52 -0500

The 104th episode is rock, electronic, alternative, hip-hop. BPM range: 120-180. Sam Page, from Orange County, California, returns to the JTip with 4 tracks, and leads a list of 7 outstanding artists in this mostly rock episode. This is an interval run with 185 BPM segments by Poldoore, featuring The 49ers and Bodhilynn. Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running. Sam Page Juliane Jones 20 Riverside 27 Years Carry Illinois Poldoore The Infatuations My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions and Rob Weldon, Mevio's Music Alley, Cyber PR,, and Cold Busted for their help in providing the talent. More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_104_20140504.mp3




103: (45 Min - Interval - BPM 120-180) Mixed - A Shoutout to Music Clout!

Tue, 01 Apr 2014 22:22:00 -0500

The 103rd episode is rock, electronic, alternative, and hip-hop. The BPM range is 120-180. We present a dozen outstanding indie artists by way of Dave Porter and the Music Clout promotion company. It's a genre mix that is sure to motivate and invigorate your workout. This is an interval run with peak pace intervals at 180 to Unamused Dave's You Took My Breath Away Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running. Robin Grimmond MyQuan Jackson David Kurashvili Cristiane Ross Al Marcy Unamused Dave Tracy Woody Great Divide Kosha Dillz Jenn Rykert Tornado Rose Charlie Gathe. My thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions and to Dave Porter and ‎Music Clout for their help in providing these great talents. More thanks goes the talented Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_103_20140401.mp3




102: (40 Min - BPM 121-172) Easy Does It -Part III

Sun, 02 Mar 2014 05:32:47 -0600

(image) The 102nd episode is rock, country, and pop. The BPM range is 121-172. We welcome to the JTIP, four outstanding indie artists. Carrington MacDuffie, from Austin Texas, The War Poets, out of Minneapolis, Steven James Wylie, hailing from Franklin Tennessee, and from Stockholm Sweden, Mental Monky Ballet.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.


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War Poets


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Mental Monkey Ballet


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Carrington MacDuffie

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Steven James Wylie"

My thanks goes to Jon Ostrow of Cyber PR, for his assistance in bringing these great artists to the JTIP.

More thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_102_20140301.mp3




101: (40 Min - Interval - BPM 127-180) Electronica, Dance, and More!

Sat, 01 Feb 2014 21:35:37 -0600

(image) The 101st episode is electronica, dance, rock, reggae, and hip-hop. The BPM range is 127-180. Electronica and dance lead a mixed bag of outstanding indie music for a great match-the-beat 40 minute workout. Two fast intervals keep you moving and feature The Como Brothers Band and DiNMachine.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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DiNMachine

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The Como Brothers Band

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Scott Evans

My gratitude goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_101_20140201.mp3




100: (50 Min - BPM 120-178) Mixed - #100! and Old Friends

Mon, 30 Dec 2013 22:11:05 -0600

(image) The 100th episode is mixed genre. The BPM range is 120-178. It's number 100 of the JogTunes Indie Podcast. Let's celebrate with some highlights from recent years and a few tracks by some old friends. Here's a 30 minute, sequenced run followed by a 20 minute, sprint segment that maxes out at 178 to Break Me by Alexx Calise.

Not yet fit for speed? Shorten your stride or slow your pace for the fast tracks. It's still great running.



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JogTunes Episode #100!

My gratitude goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the promotion companies for their help in providing the talent.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_100_20140101.mp3




99: (40 Min) Mixed - NMercer, Aradia, Yasi, and More

Sun, 01 Dec 2013 22:29:35 -0600

Or play on the web here.

(image) The 99th episode is rock, jazz, electronica, and hip-hop. BPM range: 121-180.
If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.


Here's a gender and genre mix. Three artists — with single word names — head a list of 7 great indie artists featuring variations of rock along with jazz, electronica, and hip-hop. A 40-minute, BPM-sequenced session, it maxes out at 180 to NMercer's "But I'm Not."

My thanks goes to Jon Ostrow of Cyber PR, for his assistance in bringing these great artists to the JTIP.

My gratitude also goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_099_20131201.mp3




98: (45 Min) Rock/Reggae/Rap - It's Mostly Rock

Wed, 30 Oct 2013 14:48:13 -0500

Or play on the web here.

(image) The 98th episode is rock/reggae/rap. BPM range: 118-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.




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YUCA

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Kelley James

We run to the 3 Rs. It's Rock with a touch of Reggae and Rap. YUCA and Kelley James lead the list of 8 artists with 3 tracks each.

This is classic JTIP with a 30 minute regular session followed by a 15 minute sprint segment that maxes out at 181 BPM to Kelley James's "Stalker."

My thanks to Dave Porter of Music Clout and Jon Ostrow of Cyber PR, for their assistance in bringing some of these great artists to the JTIP. I'm also grateful to Kosha Dillz and Sam Page for their personal correspondence.

A big thanks goes to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_098_20131031.mp3




97: (45 Min) Mixed - From Hip-Hop/Rap to Country Rock

Tue, 01 Oct 2013 19:08:08 -0500

(image) The 97th episode is genre mixed. BPM range: 100-172. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.




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Escaping Pavement

This show offers the ultimate contrast in genres. Hip-hop and country-rock prevail with a bit of dance and pop in between. It features Escaping Pavement with 4 tracks and 7 other outstanding indie artists.

This is a medium paced run with a maximum BPM of 172 to Escaping Pavement's Winter Homecoming.

My thanks go to Dave Porter of Music Clout and Jon Ostrow of Cyber PR for their assistance in bringing these great artists to the JTIP.

I also send a big thanks to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show and to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2500 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_097_20131001.mp3
















92: (35 Min) Mixed - Pot Pourri

Wed, 01 May 2013 22:35:41 -0500

Or play on the web here.The 92nd episode is a rock/pop/alternative mix. BPM range: 119-183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Meredith O'Connor The Basics Kim Tillman 7Bit Hero Arthur Lee Land Sona KickRaux 7 artists. 10 tracks. What a great mix! A pot pourri to motivate the laziest runner. By the way, you may hear some bleeps on one tune -- a rating necessity. We go fast at the peak of this session at 183 BPM. Hold back if you're not quite in shape, or shorten your stride. My thanks goes to Jon at Ariel Publicity's Cyber PR, Andrew at SGC Media, Jen at KickRaux Music, and the Ovrtone Music Group for their assistance in bringing these great artists to the JTIP, and to all of the artists for their generous contributions to the show. I also send a big thanks to the talented Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2300 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/dl.dropbox.com/u/52108486/jti_092_20130501.mp3













88: (40 Min) Mixed - Easy Does It - Part II

Tue, 01 Jan 2013 19:08:15 -0600

Or play on the web Bosco & Peck Two years ago, episode #63, I presented my first easy-going mix that featured relaxed walking and running paces. In this second "Easy Does It", the range is 117 to 168 BPM and the genres are mixed and on the light side. I present six new artists and three who return to the JTIP. The genres are pop, jazz, rock, reggae and R & B. A big thanks goes to Cyber PR and the the IODA for their assistance in bringing the new artists to the JTIP. I'm also grateful to Troy Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2300 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_088_20130101.mp3



















82: (40 Min) Dub/Dubstep - Apollo 440 Dubs It

Sun, 01 Jul 2012 20:39:49 -0500

Or play on the web here. The 82nd episode is dub and dubstep. BPM range: 123-177. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Apollo 440 The Future’s What It Used To Be Dubstep is awesome music for matching your step to the beat. In this episode I mix the original dub reggae genre with the later dubstep. I also feature the outstanding rock/electronica/dubstep group Apollo 440, a pioneer in the evolution of dubstep. John Brown's Body's The Gold (Dubmatix Runnin' Remix) is one of the dub reggae replays on the show. Check out their music video of the track. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2300 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_082_20120701.mp3










79: (45 Min) Rock, Pop, Alternative - Hansen, Heathens, and Hype (115-183)

Mon, 02 Apr 2012 21:26:45 -0500

The 79th episode is a rock, pop, alternative mix. BPM range: 115-183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Ethan Hansen Heaven Young Heathens Midwest Hype Ethan Hansen, The Heavy Young Heathens, and Midwest Hype top our line-up accompanied by 4 equally awesome female vocalists: Lila Rose, Electrik Emily, Ulla Wrethagen, and Marie Lala. There's some fast paced running alternating with more easy going tracks. Please be sure you're fit for this one. If not, set your own pace on the fast ones and enjoy the music. A big thanks goes to Una of Una Promotions, Jessica of The Bender Music Group, and Jon of Cyber PR and the artists for their generosity in making their tunes available and podsafe. And to Troy Lee Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2200 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_079_20120401.mp3




78: (40 Min) Rock, Pop, and Hip Hop - An Awesome Mix - BPMs: 124-172

Tue, 28 Feb 2012 20:57:57 -0600

The 78th episode is an awesome genre mix. BPM range: 124-172. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Alona Raevska Darius Lux Stereo Crowd The Tom Fuller Band There's nothing like an awesome mix of rock, pop, and hip hop to keep you motivated on your next workout. Here are 5 artists and 10 tunes that will do the trick. A big thanks goes to Cyber PR and the artists for their generosity in making their tunes podsafe. And to Troy Lee Warden for his great intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2200 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/content.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/jti_078_20120228.mp3




77: (40 Min) Mixed - Austin's Alyse Black - BPM Range 108-173

Thu, 26 Jan 2012 20:17:27 -0600

The 77th episode presents Alyse Black. It's a genre mix. BPM range: 108-173. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Alyse Black Crawpuppies Shibuya Crossings Alyse Black is back. I played 2 of Alyse's tunes on past episodes. Now this rising star on the Austin scene has given us 4 more great tracks for podplay. Here's 40 minutes with plenty of running in the 170s. Please be sure you're in shape for fast running. The most important thing is to run safe. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2200 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. You can also access the latest and your favorite JogTunes Indie Podcast episodes on the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


Media Files:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/dl.dropbox.com/u/52108486/jti_077_20120126.mp3




76: (60 Min) Rock - Rock Redux - BPM Range 111-180

Thu, 26 Jan 2012 20:34:00 -0600

The 76th episode celebrates the show's 5th anniversary. It's all rock. BPM range: 111-180. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Matthew Ebel Endway Rotten Cheri To celebrate the five year anniversary of the JTip, I've decided to present a replay of some of the great rock tunes from past episodes. And I'm offering up a whole hour of beat-centric running, divided in half into 2 sequenced sessions. The first maxes out at a comfortable run at 171 BPM, and the second at a more challenging, marathon-runner range of 180 BPM. It was fun reminiscing and reviewing my collection of 5 years of great indie music. My thanks goes all the artists who have made their music available for our enjoyment throughout the years. I'm also grateful to Cyber PR, Music Alley, the IODA, and the independent promoters who have helped to bring the artists to our attention. Finally, I wish to thank Dreamline, Troy Lee Warden, and the other fine artists who have contributed to the intros for the show and more thanks to Heather for her delightful voice-over intro. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2200 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. You can also access the latest and your favorite JogTunes Indie Podcast episodes on the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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75: (40 Min) Pop - Pop Rock - Pop Crescendo - BPM Range 122-174

Sat, 26 Nov 2011 15:27:49 -0600

The 75th episode features mostly pop and pop rock. The BPM range is 122 to 174. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Steáfan Hanvey Gory Bateson Dave Cirino Pop is great for beat matched running, but many pop tunes start off with soft intros and then crescendo rapidly to a well-defined tempo. In this episode, I feature a number of great indie pop and pop rock tunes and include some comments on the tempo definition. My thanks go to the fine artists for making their music podsafe and to Mevio's Music Alley and Cyber PR for presenting them. And more thanks go to Troy Lee Warden for his great original intro music and Lars Thomasson of Bus Stop Dreams and Zeeshan Zaldi of the Commuters for sending me their awesome podsafe tracks. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. You can also access the latest and your favorite JogTunes Indie Podcast episodes on the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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74: (40 MIn ) Rock - Rock: Light and Heavy - BPM Range 116-177

Tue, 25 Oct 2011 20:51:51 -0500

The 74th episode is a 40 min. session that's all rock. The BPM range is 116 to 177. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Ten Year Vamp The Shining Skulls Bravo, Max!Nothing beats rock when it comes to beat centric workouts. Here's 40 minutes of rock both on the light side and heavy duty. You'll run mostly in the 160 and 170 BPM range and max out at 177 to Bravo Max. My thanks go to the fine artists for making their music podsafe and to Mevio's Music Alley and Cyber PR for presenting them. And to Troy Lee Warden for his great original intro music. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. You can also access the latest and your favorite JogTunes Indie Podcast episodes on the JogTunes app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available on the App Store. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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73: (40 Min - Interval) Mixed - Run the Gamut - BPM Range 111-183

Sun, 25 Sep 2011 20:07:43 -0500

The 73rd episode is a 40 min. interval session with a BPM range of 111 to 183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Sheri Miller Nate Hall Tugun Cannon Here's a 40 minute interval running episode that runs the gamut - pun intended. Genres range from rock, rap, and reggae to pop and jazz. The 3 interval fast paced segments are full tracks. If you're not in shape for the 176 to 183 steps per minute range, shorten your stride or slow down during the intervals. Here's my thank-you list: - Cyber PR and the 7 great artists on this show whom they promote. And Christina from Cyber PR for answering my last minute emailed question late on a Friday night. - Troy Lee Warden for his great original intro music. - Sheri Miller for personally contacting me and sharing her enthusiasm for running and my podcast. - And Louinel Jean for his friendship and for keeping the great music coming. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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72: (45 Min) Mixed - Listen to the Words - BPM Range 100-180

Sun, 21 Aug 2011 16:28:50 -0500

The 72nd episode features a mix of rock, reggae, and more, and a BPM range of 100 to 183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. This iss 30 minutes of sequenced running followed by a 15 minute sprint session. The artists include Louinel Jean, Georgi Kay, Frenchi, Joe Peck, May McDonough, Rod Clemmons, Parents with Angst, and Endway. Louinel Jean Georgi Kay Frenchie Joe Peck May McDonough & Company The theme? Listen to the words. Many of the songs have some impressive lyric content. See if you agree. The show returns to a classic JTIP format. A 30 minute session of moderate running followed by a 15 minute sprint session maxing out at 180 BPM. Here's my thank you list: - Cyber PR and the outstanding artists they promote. - Troy Lee Warden for his great original intro music. - Matthew Womack for the heads up on Frenchie - Frenchie himself - Joe Peck for having contacted me about his fine music. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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71: (45 Min) Mixed - Thank You Cyber PR - Part II - BPMs: 121-179

Sun, 24 Jul 2011 12:03:53 -0500

The 71st episode is a mix of pop, alternative, rock, and country. BPMs: 121-179. All of the 11 artists are offered up for podcasting by Cyber PR. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Sigurður Eyberg Kaile Goh Jenn Bostic Besides its many other activities, Cyber PR, Ariel Hyatt's New York based PR firm, brings great indie artists and music podcasters together, and for that I am exceedingly grateful. So here's my second show that's dedicated to Ariel and the wonderful people at Cyber PR. The episode features artists who are presently promoted or have been promoted in the past by Ariel. Most of them were recently signed up. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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70: (45 Min) R & B/Funk - An R & B Funk Sandwich - II - BPMs 107-171

Mon, 20 Jun 2011 12:25:12 -0500

The 70th episode offers up R & B and jazz funk. BPM range is 107-171. This is a 45 minute session, with 27 minutes of running in the 160s and 170s and 18 minutes for warming you up and cooling you down. It features 11 great indie artists. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Ally Way Alyshen Directions in Groove A big thanks, as always, goes to Mevio's Music Alley, the IODA, Cyper PR, and the individual artists for sharing their outstanding talent and music. And to Troy Lee Warden for his great original intro music. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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69: (40 Min) Rock - Let's Rock - BPM Range 109-177

Sun, 22 May 2011 17:47:39 -0500

The 69th episode features mostly rock plus electronica and soundtrack. BPM range: 109-177. It's a great beat-centric workout session ranging from jogging in the 140s to 160s, to full running at 177, and sandwiched by a warm up at 124 and a cool down at 109. Check out these 11 fine indie artist. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Clay Melton A big thanks goes to Mike over at Electronic Eel, Brett at Killer Hype, Christina, Wesley-Anne and Ariel at Cyber PR, and the individual artists for sharing their outstanding talent and music. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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68: (40 Min) Alternative - Another Alternative - BPM Range 122-174.

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 17:48:13 -0500

The 68th episode emphasizes the alternative with some rock and pop. BPM range is 122-174. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Greg Dember Here's another show emphasizing the alternative music with contributions by artists both old and new to the JTIP. Four of the tracks are fast running in the 170s. There's 4 minute break after the first 2. It jogs at 143 to give you a bit of a rest. A big thanks goes to Mike over at Electronic Eel, Martin from the OvrTone Music group, Christina and Ariel at Cyper PR, Kara at Sarathan Online and the individual artists for sharing their outstanding talent and music. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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67: (45 Min - Interval) Rock/Country - Country's Back - BPMs: 105-176

Mon, 21 Mar 2011 19:37:36 -0500

The 67th episode is mostly country tunes with some folk and rock. BPMs: 105-176. Format is interval. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Carrie Rodriguez Ever run to country music? If not, here's your chance. Here's another interval run, with Glass Wave's "Mrs. Bennett" taking us to 187 BPM in short speed bursts. The uninterrupted tune is at the end of the episode. My new intro was written and produced by Troy Lee Warden. Troy has also appeared many times on the show with the great songstress, Hedda Layne. Here's the duo's website. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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66: (30 Min) Jazz - Jazz Reigns - BPM Range 120-178

Sun, 20 Feb 2011 17:23:43 -0600

(image) The 66th episode is all jazz, both classic and smooth. BPMs: 120-178. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.




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Erin Dickins

When I first began enjoying matching the beat while running, most of my running music was jazz, my favorite genre. The beat can be more subtle at times but it can also be just as hard driving as rock. The pace is mostly an easy going running groove to classic and smooth jazz, with one hot track pushing us at 178.

Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page.

At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 2000 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists.

Enjoy the show and may your next run be your best one.

Dr. Bob

Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.


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http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/media.blubrry.com/musicpacedrunning/dl.dropbox.com/u/52108486/jti_066_20110220.mp3




65: (30 Min) Rock - Four Parts Per Million + 4 - BPM Range 126-187

Fri, 07 Jan 2011 21:06:23 -0600

The 65th episode is all rock featuring Parts Per Million and a BPM range of 126-187. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Parts Per Million A friend recently introduced me to Jay Ro and Parts Per Million (or PPM), a rock group from Chicago. It's great music and perfect for feel-the-beat running. So here are 4 Parts Per Million tunes along with 4 tracks by 4 other fine artists, courtesy of Cyber PR. Many thanks to Jay and his band for sending me their tracks and to Cyber PR for their service to the music podcasting community. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. May your next run be your best one. Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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64: (35 Min - Interval) Mixed - Holiday II - BPM Range 128-179

Thu, 09 Dec 2010 21:05:01 -0600

Our second holiday episode is a mixed-genre interval session with BPMs from 128 to 179. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Gilli Moon Darrell Smith's Ordinary Christmas Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. And, the JTIP has a new theme, written and produced by Troy Lee Warden. A special thanks goes to Troy for his great contribution to the show. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Have a wonderful holiday season and a happy run! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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63: (40 Min) Pop/Rock - Easy Does It - BPM Range 121-158

Sun, 21 Nov 2010 21:03:02 -0600

The 63rd episode mixes rock and pop in an easy going BPM range of 121 to 158. Many people who like to feel the beat while working out prefer to limit their sessions to fast walking, jogging, and light running. So here's an easy going 40 minute episode that maxes out at an easy-going running pace of 158 BPM. Feel free to send me some feedback at comments at jogtunes.com. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Jamie Lynn Noon Running to waltzes is a unique, fun way to feel the beat. I've played several waltzes in the past and, in response to a recent request, I've included 2 new waltz tempo tunes in this episode. They're both sung by the awesome singer-songwriter, Jamie Lynn Noon, and run at 149 and 158 BPM. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Have a happy run! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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62: (50 Min) Mixed - These Guys Can Sing! - BPM Range 127-175

Wed, 20 Oct 2010 20:38:29 -0500

#62 is a mixed-genre, 50-minute session featuring men only. BPM range is 127-175. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. I was checking out the latest artists listed by the fine promotion company, Cyber PR, and found more great walking and running music. By coincidence the artists all turned out to be men. So here is a bunch of guys with a bunch of great tunes for your workout enjoyment. Louinel Jean And I have another special treat. Louinel Jean returns with a new master of his fine tune, "Imagine." This is a 50 minute, mostly easy going session. But it gets fast as it progresses to the maximum BPM of 175. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Have a happy run! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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61: (40 Min) - It's All Happy - BPM Range 128-175

Sun, 19 Sep 2010 21:38:17 -0500

The 61st episode is all rock and pop. The BPM ranges from 128 to 175. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. White Cowbell Oklahoma Scotland Barr & the Slow Drags < Helen Austin Like running to upbeat tunes? I know I do. So I put together a show with the word "happy" in every title. Works for me. How about you? Please tell me at comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. The IODA's Promonet and Mevio's Music Alley and the generous artists supplied the tunes, and for that I'm grateful. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Have a happy run! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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60: (40 Min - Interval) - All World - BPM Range 113-183

Mon, 30 Aug 2010 21:39:20 -0500

The 60th episode is all world. The BPM range is 113 to 183. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. The Yoshida Brothers Lúnasa Barleyjuice Welcome to my second world episode. The first was #23 and was called World Goes Round. Check it out at jogtunes.com for more running to world. I've got 40 minutes of sequenced tunes in an interval pattern. It maxes out at 183 BPM to Grupo Socavon's "Homenaje a Justino." All of the tunes are provided by the Independent Online Distribution Alliance via promonet and, of course, through the generosity of the artists. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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59: (40 Min) - R & B/Funk - A Funk R & B Sandwich - BPMs:131-176

Sun, 15 Aug 2010 20:07:39 -0500

#59: R & B and a bit of funk. The BPM range is 131 to 176. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Amber Ojeda Ayla Brown Auburn A rare genre on the JTIP, rhythm and blues now takes center stage with a great line up for feeling the beat with your feet. It's 35 minutes and maxes out at 176 BPm to Ayla Brown's No More. And, the R & B is sandwiched between 2 motivating funk tracks by The Jive Turkeys. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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57: (30 Min) - Alt/Pop/Dance - Q*Ball and A Study in Her - BPMs: 119-173

Thu, 15 Jul 2010 21:16:03 -0500

#57: Alternative and a bit of dance and pop. BPMs: 119-173. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. ASiH Welcome to another mid month dose of the JTIP. It's just what this doctor ordered. I've got 2 great artists and 30 minutes of great beat-match running music. QBall is from Brooklyn, New York, and presents some impressive electronica to drive your workout. And A Study in Her (ASiH) brings from Philadelphia an equally awesome, somewhat more eclectic mix. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob Please note: You should consult with your doctor before starting any exercise program.  Neither JogTunes nor Dr. Bob will be liable for any complications, injuries, loss or other medical problems arising from or in connection with using this service. Also, please note that "BPM" refers to the tempo of a tune and the number of foot falls per minute, not your heart rate.[...]


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56: (45 Min) - New Age - BPM Range 99-184

Sun, 20 Jun 2010 21:45:40 -0500

The 56th episode is all new age with a BPM range of 99 to 184. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Farbmusik Welcome back to the new age. My first new age show was episode #31 and was called Think Positive. It was so well received that I decided to dedicate another episode to new age music. So here's a 45 minute session of new age sounds broken into the typical JTIP segments, a 30 minute sequenced regular running session followed by a 15 minute sequenced sprint section that maxes out at 184 BPM for 3 minutes. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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55: (40 Min - Interval) - Mo McMorrow - BPM Range 120-193

Sun, 30 May 2010 21:45:20 -0500

Singer-songwriter Mo McMorrow is joined by artist-friends Hedda Layne and Brett Low in this sequenced walk/run/walk workout. The BPM range is 120-193. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Mo McMorrow This month, serendipity reigns. While I was attending a Hedda Layne gig at the Belmont in Austin, Texas, Mo McMorrow was sitting at my table. It didn't take long to find out that she's a singer songwriter and well known on the Austin scene. I checked her tunes out on MySpace. They turned out to be great music by an impressive artist, and a perfect beat-matching runset. So here's a sequenced set of Mo's tunes with a taste of my other favorite Austin artists, Hedda Layne and Brett Low. This is another interval running session. After some warming up and easy running, Mo's fast tune, "God Knows," will provide the interval 193 BPM, 90-second speed bursts. These will alternate with fast walks that can also be jogged slowly. A full length, uninterrupted version of "God Knows" appears at the end of the show. If you're not in shape for interval workouts, run these segments at a slower pace or shorten your stride. The most important thing is to run safe. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. Also, please note that the workout session is approximately 40 minutes. The total episode time is 51 minutes due to the addition of full length versions of segmented and voiced-over tracks. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post[...]


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54: (50 Min) - Projects - BPM Range 108-182

Sat, 15 May 2010 21:44:57 -0500

All these great indie artist groups' names contain the word "project." Their tunes are arranged in a sequenced walk/run session followed by a sprint segment. The BPM range is 108-182.If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. This is 28 minutes of sequenced BPM running followed by a 17 min sprint section. I've got 2 veteran JogTunes artists and 5 new groups. There's great rock and reggae, and loads of awesome electronica. The sprint session maxes out at 182 BPM. If you're not used to beat-matching that tempo, slow your pace or shorten your stride. If you have a pulse monitor, this is a good time to use it. The main thing is to run safe. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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53: (40 Min) - Clopet and Alabaster - BPM Range 122-192

Sat, 01 May 2010 21:18:02 -0500

It's pop and rock by Tristan Clopet and Alabaster. The BPM range is 122-192. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Meet a most impressive, Toronto born, Miami based singer song/writer, Tristan Clopet, and, from Seattle, the awesome, 6 member rock group, Alabaster. Together they provide great music and a perfect beat-matched, interval workout session. This is a 40 minute session and again I present some fast segments for interval workouts. So watch your pulse monitors and only run the speed bursts if you're comfortable at that speed. You can always shorten your stride or run slower. The key is to run safe. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM-rated workout tunes from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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52: (30 Min) - Presenting Maree McRae - Range 106-190

Thu, 15 Apr 2010 18:51:30 -0500

Walk and run to pop and country by Maree McRae. The BPM range is 106-190. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Maree McRae I'm happy to present the impressive artistry of the Denver based singer/songwriter Maree McRae. Her music is not only great for listening but also perfect for beat-matched interval running. The short interval segments are from 2 of her tunes and run at 186 and 190. A longer, slower interval is full track and runs at 179. Don't fret. I've included the complete versions of the faster tunes at the end of the show. Interval running is not for the faint of heart. Please be sure you're fit for this workout. If you have any doubts you still can enjoy this runset by taking the intervals at a slower pace and/or by shortening your stride. Check out the track details, purchase options, and more info on this episode's podcast page. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me, and Maree. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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51: (45 Min) - Fartlek Part II - Be Free - BPM Range 100-186

Tue, 30 Mar 2010 08:33:38 -0500

This mixed genre session has a BPM range of 100-186. Be sure you're medically and physically fit for speed. I recently received an email from a listener/runner who enjoyed working out to my first fartlek show (Episode #21). Coincidentally I was planning to do another one and here it is, Fartlek Part II. The rest of the title, "Be Free", refers to the prominence of tunes about freedom in various forms. There's a leaning towards rock and reggae and social commentary as well. This episode also features four tunes by Delmar Brown from New York city along with an impressive array of other artists, all from the IODA's promonet. Please see the episode's show notes for purchase options, artists' websites and promonet pages, and other details. Two tracks, one by Delmar and another by Keno, provide the speed bursts for the interval segments. One's at 180 BPM and the other at 186. Because the segments are 45-60 seconds long, I've included both tracks in their entirety at the end of the show. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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50: (30 Min) - Megaphone - BPM Range 106-172

Mon, 15 Mar 2010 20:26:05 -0500

It's all rock and all Megaphone. BPM range is 106-172. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. The 50th episode of the The JogTunes Indie Podcast is up for running, cycling, and other BPM matching exercising. To experience and enjoy running and working out exactly to the beat of great indie music, please subscribe to the The JogTunes Indie Podcast or get the MP3. You can subscribe to it directly in iTunes by clicking here: Megaphone Megaphone's Cryin' Out Loud in iTunes (US) Megaphone's New Album Exit Silent Mode in iTunes (US) I played a Megaphone track on my last Christmas show and vowed that I would bring this awesome rock band back for a solo engagement. All of their podsafe tunes are featured on this mid-month episode of the JTP and sequenced for a really fun 30 minute run. It's mostly easy going jogging and running with a long interval run at 172 BPM. If you're not used to that speed, run it for 30 seconds then slow your pace or shorten your stride. If you're comfortable with that pace, enjoy over 3 minutes of flat out running. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks fo[...]


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49: (40 Min) - Light Pop, Fast Pace - BPM Range 111-178

Sun, 28 Feb 2010 22:21:53 -0600

The 49th episode is mostly pop with a bit of alternative and rock. The BPM range is 111-178. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe.          David Homyk   Phil Putnam   Isaboe   Lily Sparks   Yamasaki This episode comes to you thanks to the great staff and 4 of the artists over at Ariel's Cyber PR. It's mostly light pop but don't let that fool you. The tempos move. It's a straight 40 min session that peeks in the 170s and stays there for 4 tunes. That's pretty fast running. Phil Putnam, David Homyk, Isaboe, and Lily Sparks sing the tunes. Yamasaki provides the instrumental for the intro and outro. Please find the artists' websites, purchase links to their tunes, and other info on the JTIP Episode #49 page of jogtunes.com.[...]


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48: (40 Min) - Mostly Homespun - BPM Range 123-181

Sun, 14 Feb 2010 19:39:48 -0600

This is mostly fast running to mixed genres. The BPM range is 123-181. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. Homespun I'm finally settled in Austin but the move and the new job still keep my life pretty hectic. So here's another runset that I have for sale but decided to publish for free. There are 4 tunes by Homespun out of Wales. and plenty more by artists well known to longtime JTIP listeners. They include Pippa Rogers, Dialog, Vile Evils vs The Zombies, HOSTYLL, and Low of the Low. Following these notes is a list of the tunes, the sequence, the BPMs, and other info. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.com facebook fan page, or send me a tweet. At JogTunes.com, you'll find purchase links to all of the tunes from all of our podcast episodes as well as over 1700 BPM rated workout music from label and indie artists. Thanks for working out with me. And, enjoy the music! Dr. Bob[...]


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47: (45 Min) - The Tokyo Beat - BPM Range 129-179

Fri, 29 Jan 2010 21:02:12 -0600

Momo-J leads a great list of artists and mixed genres in this 47th episode. The BPM range is 129-179. If any tracks are too fast for you, change your pace or shorten your stride. The main thing is to run safe. It looks like we're definitely relocating from Utah to Texas. To save myself some time during the move, and to give you all a special treat, I've decided to publish one of the JogTunes Indie special runsets for free. So this episode is that runset. The original title is THE JTIP RUNSET #2 - FAR EAST PEACH and it's still available on the JogTunes Store Page free of long voice-overs for $5.00. All of the tracks are from the Tokyo Far East Peach Label. The company's headed by my friend Momo-J, whose works I've been playing since the early days of the show. Momo-J, a consummate composer/arranger/musician, has written and produced extraordinary new age works that blend many essential flavors of Western and Eastern music. The episode contains tracks that are both old and new to the JTIP and written and performed by these Far East Peach artists: Momo-J Euclid Rhyme Nasca Amir Khan & Hideo Inai Bam Dorner Momo-J I was excited to learn that Momo-J has a new gig writing the music for the popular Japanese Anime, K-On. You can find K-On episodes here. As always, I welcome your comments. Please send them to comments at jogtunes.com, post them on our JogTunes.c[...]


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