PPCA Free Tracklists for 1/4 3 2011
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PPCA Free Link Quarter 3 2011
All track listings and FAQ for the popular Les Mills Program. Choreographed by Michael J McSweeney from 1999 - 2004. This ia a knowledge base for RPM. Feel free to add your own knowledge of RPM™ . Les International™ own the trademark RPM™
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The Les Mills bike program celebrates its half century with a wild ride that includes three bonus tracks, taking the release deep into calorie-burning territory. RPM® 50 promises to be a ’ game of two halves’- the first four tracks will use up all the energy you have stored from your previous food intake; from then on, you’re delving into the fat stores. You’ll start together and finish together, but in between, it’s up to you what happens. Who’s ready? After the warmup and Pace Tracks to find your working zone, you’ll head into the hills, building pressure on the muscles until the bear is on your back and your legs are like jelly. Your heart will be pounding “BOOM BOOM” as you head into the Mixed Terrain and by the end of this track, your pocket money will be spent and you’ll be cracking into your calorie bank big-time. Intervals and Speed Work will have your muscles humming, but by the time they take on three stages of the mountain in Track 7, they’ll be singing in full voice to the somewhat ironically titled Sweet Dreams. The choice of music for Track 8 – the Ride Home – is probably more appropriate, because Shattered is exactly how you’ll feel. And Letting Go signals the end of the road with a good old stretch. But wait... there’s more! The team has a birthday present for you with extra hill, interval and speed tracks, including Rebel Yell (yes, your class will be calling for “more... more... more!”) to switch in and out of a 45-minute workout. Happy 50th, RPM®!
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SITE DISCLAIMER:The site offers general advice. Please consult a medical doctor before commencing any group fitness class and listen to your body. Stop if the pain persists and seek medical advice.Always consult a Dr before attending any group fitness class.If pregnant ask for a pregnancy handout for RPM. If in the first trimester then consult your Dr before doing a RPM class.