Saturday, September 03, 2011

PPCA Free Tracklists for 1/4 3 2011

I know I have been slack placing the tracklists on this site, the reason is that i have now 2o pages to update with the Non PPCA and the PPCA Free releases. 

Today, I uploaded the PPCA Free tracklists for:


The link location is at: 

PPCA Free Link Quarter 3 2011

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Tracklist Site Update

Tracklists for the current Les Mills 2nd Quarter are now updated. I so slack doing this as my day job has taken over my life!


Monday, February 07, 2011


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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Monday, December 27, 2010

10 Years

It has been 10 years since the release of the tracklists. I released all my tracklists December 2001. Up till then they were on my computer and that is where they stayed. Mid October 2001 I decided to launch my tracklists on the old domain I used to post to. 

Thanking everyone for their support and looking forward to the next 10 years.

Friday, November 12, 2010


RPM™ 49 is all about building great motors and challenging your legs through the pain barrier using resistance.

California Girls brings the team together and raises spirits for the rest of the ride.
But the pace is soon on and you will need an attitude adjustment to hit the sprints at working resistance as heart rates lift. The driving beat of Russian roulette sounds a warning as the dark clouds gather and your pack heads into the hills.

Three climbs - two long ones and shorter, steeper pinch – signal that this is not an afternoon jaunt!

Track 4 has you spinning through the Mixed Terrain, but pretty soon, you’re laying the hammer down again and racing the final straight of an interval stage.

There is another chance to regroup and reconnect with the beat – there are no enemies here – before Track 7, takes you into the mountains and seven minutes of sheer climbing torture. This one’s about strength training – you may hate it now, but you’ll love it later.

Blade brings a new edge to RPM ™ intensity and when it’s time for recovery, you’d be wise to make the most of it. Pride has no place on the road to hell.

©2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

Friday, November 05, 2010

Super8 & Tab - Black Is The New Yellow

Checkout this track awesome should be in RPM. 

Friday, October 15, 2010

Armin van Buuren ft Sharon den Adel - In and Out of Love (Official Music Video)

Would love to see this track in any RPM class.  Sharon is the lead singer for Within Temptation. I adore the music of Within Temptation.

OceanLab - Satellite (Official Music Video)

Another awesome track by Oceanlab I am addicted to the music of Oceanlab. Please request them for RPM :)

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Friday, October 08, 2010

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Oceanlab - Beautiful Together (Nitrous Oxide Remix) [HQ]

Another Oceanlab track their music would be awesome in RPM. Please suggest them on the music selection section of

RPM 49 ® SIZZLER Coming Soon

Coming in a week or so.

Sorry for being such as slack #@## for not updating this site in a long time.

Thanks for being patient. :)


Sorry, Better late than never. The Sizzler for release 49 coming soon.

Pump up your tyres and adjust your racing goggles... RPM® 48 is taking you out on the road in a battle for survival against some of the world's cycling legends. The first of two race stages consists of 10 minutes to get the body really warm, a hill climb and mixed terrain to keep the energy alive, then intervals that will severely test your reserves. Stage 2 involves a series of sprints, before tackling the mountain. Track 1 sets off behind the pace car, an opportunity to check out your opposition and find a Cycle SET position that will provide the foundation of your workout. As the route takes you down the Lost Highway, the pace quickens, allowing you to open your lungs, engage the legs and find a spot at the front of the bunch. The contest begins in earnest as the 'rabbit' becomes 'rabbit stew' on the first climb, then Glen Ostergaard's team goes up against Delores Douglas and hers, before powering to the end of the hill stage. Track 4 offers a chance to refuel, relax and re-energize to a little 'o-n-e-l-o-v-e'. Too soon, it seems, the pace is back on as you must first catch the bunch, stay with it and then break it up, before repelling a surprise four-man breakaway attempt. With Stage 1 complete, you can settle back into the peloton and loosen the legs up with a series of sprints to the haunting Waiting... nervously poised for the next challenge. You don't have to wait long, for just ahead lies the mountain and a chance to stalk The Master – Spaniard Alberto Contador – through the pack. It's Not Over by any means... it's a war of attrition and only the strongest will win.

Are you up for it? By the top of the mountain, you'll be grovelling over your handlebars, but hopefully celebrating sweet victory with your team-mates on the warm-down descent.

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)

Oceanlab - On A Good Day

Would love to see this track in RPM :)

Oceanlab - Clear Blue Water

Love this group and love their music.


Thursday, April 01, 2010


Welcome to the party! The intense mix of new and old chart-toppers in RPM™ 46 will push you to a calorieburning endorphin high as you become one with the Tribe.

A flashback to the 1990s kicks off our out-of-this-world workout with Jamiroquai’s Cosmic Girl. You know that “tonight’s gonna be a good night” in Track 2 when we really get the party started in the Pace Track. Kelly Clarkson will carry you through your first climbing challenge before you’ll dive deep into Paul Van Dyke’s nurturing song, Home.

Rock your way through the epic Intervals Track with The Pretender using four big gears. Your leg muscles will be burning in the standing attacks! Then slide forwards in the saddle and really push yourself in the sprints in Track 6.Release your mind and your legs to the beautifully internal Sincere For You.... See More

Let’s Evacuate The Dancefloor in Track 7 to truly finish off this party. We’ve got five big mountains to climb before Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown take us home.

© 2010 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only)

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Les Mills Forums

There seems to be some sort of negativity on their forums.

I really don't understand what has happened to their forums? I think that there are bigger issues in the world than the negativity on their forum. I have learned in the last 2 years that it is only a forum where people place their thoughts and that there are a range of view-points going on there.

There are a number of people who think the forum needs moderation. They decided to allow it to self moderate meaning they thought that as adults they would act responsible and post correctly. Now comes the issue of a forum out of control. There seems to be a main point here that the forum can work un-moderated. The issue is that people are over 18+ there posting it would assume that they can act responsible and post as adults.

The other issue is that there is a wider audience going there and that seems to be the crux of another issue that this part of their site is viewed by the wider community in particular under 18 are going to the forum to read the forums.

The whole forum issue also comes with a certain amount of freedom to say what you want to say. To have what is said respected. To be able to write in a forum and simply leave the forum and come back to see what replies have been made. It is a as simple as that. Respect the rights of other view points and not to ride over people and try to embarrassed them or others in any reply back. To some extent this is the central issue of posting in a forum. You are not going to agree with everyone, some people have different view-points, others are going to disagree with what you say.

I have also learned via my studies over the past 2-years that I need to step back and listen to what others have to say. To simply say occasionally I am wrong, or have information that can be changed via an open exchange of ideas. Through doing this I have changed the way I think about certain teaching thoughts I have had in the past. I now have new ideas, and changed the way I now think about teaching. I now have new approaches to what I do now as trainer and assessor. That is the great thing about a well run forum you can learn from others and don't take it personally that you don't know the full picture. I have learned new ideas from the lecturers teaching me and fellow class mates in our on line learning environment.

To me this is learning and I am not afraid to say please expand my knowledge and help me learn new ideas.

On a personal note I loved posting in the forums originally. I don't now. I have read allot of bad things there over the past 9 months. As they are nor serving the best business interests of LMI. They are doing the exact opposite. I suspect that RF and BTS USA are delighting themselves in what is going on there. It can only serve to increase their product range of products at the detriment of the current situation in their corporate forums.

Which currently are rather embarrassing to Les Mills International where members (participants and instructors) are not representing LMI to their best business interest.


Thursday, February 04, 2010

Where to Start?

It has been a very hectic two years during that time I embarked on a new learning journey. I started my Masters and it has been pretty much that since 2008. I have completed my last assignment and been told that I will get my Masters. I have learned allot in the past 2 years.

What I have learned is that education is an important thing to have. It is what makes your future and destiny. It allows you to dare dream of a better life and to better oneself.

I encourage anyone out there to get a University education. To reach for your dreams and dare go beyond what you can think you are capable of. I also encourage everyone to get their Masters and one day to dream the ultimate dream to get their Doctorate.

I am so very happy to have reached my dream and have the courage to get my Masters in Education.

Have a wonderful 2010 everyone :)

Friday, December 04, 2009

Calorie Expenditure 45 Min RPM Class

Studies performed at Unisports Center for Sports Performance proved conclusively that RPM could burn more than 600+ calories in 45minutes."

* 1 The Caloric Expenditure and Aerobic Demands of BODYSTEP, BODYATTACK, BODYCOMBAT and RPM. Lythe. J and Pfitzinger. P, Unisports Center for Sports Performance, Auckland, New Zealand (April 2000)

* RPM The Calorie Killer, (2002) Les Mills International

From Educational Material supplied to RPM Instructors from RPM 14 in 2002.

From their education and training handouts for that release. I have all the RPM Education materials from RPM 10 to RPM 24 from the old Bodytrainingsystems website before they changed to Group Ride in 2005/6.


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Denied the Right to Post

Up until Monday this week I was posting on the main Les Mills Forums. I was a member of that forum since February 2007. I enjoyed posting there and really liked answering peoples questions and getting involved in the general chats on the site.

Now it is impossible for me to post there because I feel un-welcome there. I feel as If I was to post there then it may end up not so cool. The thing is I just wanted to post there and talk to others who have my passion for Bodypump and also Bodybalance. Thats it and thats whaI I wanted to do.

To go to a forum that has been apart of my life since 2007 and it has been a daily visit there to not being able to go there and post is not cool. Because I have no idea who is going to enter the thread and what they are going to say to me there. I have no control of what people write in each thread there and choose not be a part of a thread where I have no idea where and who is going to take it in another direction. So to avoid that I cannot post there :(

From now I will never be able to post there.

Rather sad to say the least.

Monday, October 12, 2009

RPM™ 45 [NEW RELEASE LAST 1/4 2009]

RPM™ 45 is all about creating awareness of how to use resistance. Show your class how much resistance to use, how to find it, what it feels like and what the benefits are. Also coach your class to ride fast – find the working load and ride the beat! Set off on the open road to the uplifting classic Life Is A Highway. Your heart rate will pick up in Track 2 with three fast sprints and one small climb. Use this track to find the right working load. Listen to the lyrics in Track 4! Take a leap of faith and close your eyes when you hit the fast sprints to All On Our Own by New Zealand band Midnight Youth. Power equals force times speed. The more resistance you use, the further distance you are going to travel and the more calories you’re going to burn.

So switch on to power up! Track 5 is all about razor-sharp attacks. Don’t be fooled by the fun nature of The Prodigy’s Piranha – this is intense and you will be challenged! Quadruple resistance turns and Standing Attacks will push your heart rate through the roof. Speed is the focus for Track 6. Gradually increase your leg speed to this iconic RPM™ track – Bruised Water by Chicane featuring Natasha Bedingfield. Switch from speed to strength in Track 7. Look out for the heavy Power Climbs! Recover to The Man Who Can’t Be Moved from Irish band The Script. Let the heartbeat drop before stretching and lengthening your muscles to Adele’s beautiful Chasing Pavements.

© 2009 Les Mills International (Educational Usage Only.)



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