Apple Music is stepping up their music mix game even more with fitness sets for all your workout needs. Whether you run, gym, yoga or ride, you can have the finest curated workout mixes from some of your favorite artists. Those artists include Aluna, Above & Beyond, Valentino Khan, Loud Luxury, and so much more. We all know a good workout needs to have its playlist. Find yours now!
LA-based house duo Loud Luxury takes on the Run workout with tracks that will amp you up and keep your run going. Their set structure consists of intentional sections with very high energy, big sing-along moments mixed with bits of rhythmic and repetitive. Their goal is to keep you on pace so that running never gets boring and you don’t lose your energy. It’s a new year, which means a new you. Working out is always going to be a step you choose to take. But music will help get you there.
“We’re both runners, and the hardest part about it is staying motivated. We made a mix that embodied what we would want to work out to and would keep us excited. With all of the traveling we do, it’s tough having a consistent routine, but we try to find ways to get moving no matter where we are. This has taken some weird turns, such as planks in the hotel room or going for a run after the show in the middle of winter. The main thing we’ve learned is everyone has a different recipe for what gets them going, and we hope our mix can help.”
Andrew Fedyk, Joe Depace of Loud Luxury
Cycle It Out
For British electronic producer and singer Aluna, her fitness mix for cycling mimics her DJ style. Her set flows seamlessly by warming you up at a relaxed pace, then taking it up to a high intensity of half-time climbs and full-throttle sprints. Catch your breath in between a few beats as she then guides you down to the sweet 90 RPM spot.
“I take whichever club or festival I’m playing all around the world with my collection of global dance music. This time, it’s on a bike. Of course, I had to move past that tempo just at the end for those who want a little extra challenge.”