PaceDJ’s CEO, Will Turner, was interviewed recently by KPBS TV reporter Claire Trageser. It was really fun to get the message about PaceDJ out to… Read More »KPBS Reporter Claire Trageser Takes a Look at PaceDJ and the Benefits of Running to Music
Our favorite PaceDJ running mix has a target tempo/pace of 160BPM, and includes the following songs: “Somewhere I Belong” by Linkin Park “I Shall be Free” by… Read More »What are the songs and artists PaceDJ likes to run or walk to?
We are thrilled to report that RealSimple.com mentioned PaceDJ as one of 6 items to simplfy your life! We welcome RealSimple readers to PaceDJ, and… Read More »RealSimple.com promotes PaceDJ – Your Source for The Best Workout Songs
Recently, author Adharanad Finn wrote an article on guardian.co.uk about his experience with music when running the Rock n Roll half-marathon in Edenburgh. Finn, who… Read More »Running to music may improve some runner’s performance by up to 15%
Back in September, NPR.org ran an article about the research of Dr. Costas Karageorghis, a faculty member at the School of Sport and Education at Brunel University… Read More »NPR.org features research about the power of workout music
Figuring out the right tempo for your exercise can be difficult. After all, most people don’t count the number of steps they take in a minute… Read More »What are relevant tempos for the best workout songs or running songs?
What are the best workout songs for your spinning routine? Thanks to researchers at Brunel University in London, you are one step closer to finding… Read More »Women’s Health Magazine Comments on The Best Workout Songs for Spinning
Recently, Salon.com writer Thomas Rogers spoke with author Don Campbell about his book entitled, “Healing at the Speed of Sound,” which is about the relationship… Read More »Can workout music make you feel less tired?
Watch the video: Isaiah and Bianca, outstanding trainers at Ezia Human Performance in San Diego, recently put PaceDJ to the test at their elite training center. In… Read More »In Search of the Best Workout Songs: Ezia Human Performance Puts PaceDJ To the Test
If you like to spin or cycle, this article explains how you can achieve better results by pedaling faster. Hooray for science! http://lifehacker.com/5852110/pedal-faster-for-better-cycling-efficiency-and-to-burn-more-fat