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New Mixes Are Up!!

Check it:

 

Today’s featured new mix is sure to make you want to move whether it’s on the treadmill, or elliptical, getting ready in the morning or getting steamy dancing in the kitchen while making dinner. If you need upbeat, current hits to keep you going, this mix is for you!

 

“Pompeii” by Euphoria 

 

1. Beyonce – Partition

2. Lorde – Team

3. Macklemore – White Walls

4. Shakira – Can’t Remember To Forget You

5. Bastille – Pompeii

6. Passenger – Let Her Go

7. Jason Derulo – Talk Dirty

8. Katy Perry – Dark Horse

9. John Newman – Love Me Again

10. Miley Cyrus – Adore You

11. Pharrell – Happy

 

 

 

Love is in the Air

So, I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but FIT Radio has been getting quite a bit of support/mentions from a bunch of bloggers out in cyber space. Here are the latest FIT Radio mentions and we couldn’t be happier, because it’s not everyday you get love from a fitness model AND a major workout equipment manufacturer!

New Music on FIT Radio: Fuel Your Workout

By Chris Rimby

Hi FIT Radio fans!  Our content is growing faster than ever and that means one thing for you:  more great music to help you meet your fitness goals!

For our Hip Hop fans, we have great new selections from two of our newest DJs.  ”How You Love That” by DJ Spinatik and “Finals” by Nacho Vega.  Both mixes work great in the weight room!

In our Electronic Dance Music genre, we have another new addition:  DJ Beatbreaker.  
His mix “Take Care” has motivation in spades.

The Lounge genre debuts DJ Pony and his mix “Two Years Later”.  This is perfect for your warm-up or cool-down!

In Indie Rock, DJ Bynar offers his mix “Fireworks” for the underground and independent rock fans out there.

Also, be sure to check out our NEW Rock and Indie Rock Stations. We’ve been working very hard to add content to these genres (and will continue to do so over the next few weeks). It has not been an easy task, to say the least!

Thanks and have a great week of workouts!

 

What’s in Your Workout Playlist?

The Rimby Report

Chris Rimby, Music Director

Welcome!  For my weekly blog, I will be calling attention to some of the best new mixes on FIT Radio.

In the Top40 Genre, check out DJ Christyle’s “Marry The Night”.  It features superb song selection and combines Pop remixes with the best new commercial vocal House hits.  Look forward to tracks from Katy Perry, Nervo, LMFAO, Usher and Avicii.

 

In the Electronic Genre, give DJ Vice’s “Earthquakey People” a spin.  It opens with the Dillon Francis moombahton remix of Steve Aoko’s “Earthquakey People” and moves its way to the Progressive House banger “Alive (Tommy Trash Remix)” by Dirty South & Thomas Gold.  This mix is a recent personal favorite of mine!

 

In the Hip Hop Genre, I’m feeling DJ Rapko’s “I’ma Boss”.  It opens up with the Yelawolf track “Hard White Remix”, moves on to Big Sean’s “Dance”, makes an old school nod to Too Short and closes with the club hit “Good Good Night” by Roscoe Dash.  This mix works great in the weight room!

FIT RADIO TIP: You can find mixes on demand by searching for a specific DJ under the DJ tab. Every mix they’ve produced will be listed under their name and is available on demand.

 

Found a Bug? Let’s Squash It!

We are fixing bugs as soon as they come up, but if for some reason you come across something, please let us know. Just follow the SIMPLE steps below.

Dirk, Director of Technology and Development

My name is Dirk and I’m going to help you help us make FIT Radio as close to bug free as possible. With any new app, there are going to be bugs. Last I checked, FIT Radio is available to over 746 Android devices. Wow, that’s a lot. Now, we test on a lot of devices, but it’s impossible to test on every single one. The first step you should take is to make sure you have the latest version of FIT Radio. We put out updates every few weeks.

If you’re having trouble while the app is running, there’s a very quick and easy way to submit a bug. Recreate the problem, Hit Menu, then Submit Bug. Simple as that. The app does all the work of collecting the log, phone model and setting up the email. All you have to do is describe the problem… in detail. :-)

If the bug occurs during loading time or you cannot access this for any reason you can pull your own log…  Continue reading