Ashleigh's Power BARRE Playlist


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One of the best things about TRIBE's Power BARRE classes is the music! BARRE instructor, Ashleigh Shane, shares her current favorite playlist to get you through the shakes and quakes of class:

Uncatena - Sylvan Esso
Pieces - Tanlines
Breaking Free - Night Rights
Oh Lord - Mic LOWRY
Love Me Down - Britney Spears
Bitter Sweet Symphomy - The Verve
Harvest Moon - Poolside
Madness - Muse
Goodbye - Who is Fancy
Pretty Girl - Maggie Lindemann
Spinning - Grouplove
Love Me Better - Love Thy Brother
You Learn (Acoustic) - Alanis Morissette

You can see this and more by following Ashleigh on Spotify!



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The Effects of Music on Your Workout


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By Fara Rosenzweig via active.com

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It's not rocket science; music fuels your workouts. It's no wonder many fitness buffs and endurance athletes put their headphones on and tune the world out during physical activity. No matter what their training routine entails, music can help athletes of all kinds get into the "zone" and perform their physical best.

So how does music enhance workouts?

The Effects of Music on Exercise
The link between music and exercise is not new. B.C. era rowers used music for their work on Roman Galleys, according to Carl Foster, Ph.D., director of the Human Performance Laboratory and research director of the Clinical Exercise Physiology program at the University of Wisconsin.

"The guy is sitting there beating his drum, which drives the basic rowing rhythm. Part of that is coordination—you want the rowers to row together—but part of it is that people will naturally follow a tempo," says Foster. "It's just something about the way our brain works."

Research exploring the link between music and exercise began in the 1920s and continues today. According to Robert Sewak, PD, author of the article Striking the Right Chord With the Music You Choose, scientists in 1935 discovered a simple tempo change in music caused the respiration rate to change.

As they observed more data, scientists also noticed that music:

Changed the heart rate
Affected blood pressure
Changed the metabolic rate
Reduced physical and mental stress
Reduced fatigue
All of these things aid the flow of energy in the human body.

The sound waves of music enter your ears and turns into pulses or vibrations, which travel to the nerves in the brain. The pulses influence the brain, which then translates to the body's movement.

Music with a fast beat subconsciously travels through your brain down to your fingers which allows them to tap to the rhythm. Pay attention next time you're listening to music at your desk. Notice how your body moves without any thought.

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TRIBE instructors are known for having the BEST playlists. Get motivated by one of Jessie's (Kickboxing and TRX/BARRE instructor) playlists by clicking here.

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Music to Keep You Motivated

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We've all been there... you're in the middle of a Power class at TRIBE, the instructor says 10 more seconds, and you wonder how you will ever possibly make it through. Then the music gets turned up, you lose yourself in the beat, and before you know it, you've completed the reps without breaking. You. Are. A. Badass. Music has a way of keeping us focused and in "the zone" during those toughest moments. As instructors, we are constantly getting asked what certain songs are that we used in our class. Well, TRIBE instructor, Jessie is here to share one of her favorite playlists that we think will keep you energized throughout your entire workout! 

(14 Songs, 56 min)

1. Celeste (ASOT 792) by Dimension
2. Green Light- Freemasons Remix by Beyonce, James Wiltshire, and Russell Small
3. We are Family (Original Edit) by Groovestylerz
4. Drums Rockin- Original Mix by Low Steppa
5. Say Something- LuvBug Remix by Karen Harding
6. The Water Dance (feat. Pitbull) by Chris Porter, Pitfall
7. Bang Bang by DJ Fresh, Diplo, R. City
8. Kill the Lights (with Nile Rogers) Audien Remix by Alex Newell, Jess Glynne
9. WTF (Where They From) by Missy Elliott, Pharrell Williams
10. Gotta Work by Amerie
11. Places by Martin Solveig, Ina Wroldsen
12. 4ware by Deadmau5
13. Nocturnal- Disclosure V.I.P./Radio Edit by Disclosure, The Weeknd
14. Gemini Feed by Banks

You can also view and listen to this playlist on Spotify!

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