RFE: Best, Worst, Most Memorable 50's
Now that we're at the end of the BodyPump 50's series, it seems appropriate (aye, some may even say imperative) we take a look back at some of the best, the worst, and most memorable tracks of the last two-and-a-half years of releases. You know the ones - the songs everyone requests, the ones that make you slap an extra plate on the bar and take it up a notch, the tunes that stick in your head long after you've stuffed your sweaty clothes in your duffle and went back to the life you lead between classes. Yeah, those.

And it's not just the music. There's those certain tracks that get down deep, like the tricep dips in 55 or the fast-action curls in Pump It. How about the MAC raise a couple releases back? For some, it's all about the motion - the music is just a sideshow. Background noise, if you will.

Of course, we'd be remiss if we failed to include the tracks some people love to hate. Like Sweet Home Al and Save A Horse. Not to mention the bubble gum Celebration squat track from 50, or the dark Somewhere I Belong bicep number from that very same release.

So what's with the "RFE" bit? With a nod to the business world's Request For Proposal (RFP) process, we thought we'd share the fun with our little Request For Email (RFE). Knowing there's 100+ tracks spread across these ten releases, there's probably a few (or maybe more) that stick out in your mind. Love 'em or hate 'em, we'd like your help as we compile our upcoming set of posts to this blog. Can't remember the tracks? No problem! Just slide on over to fellow blogger Pipera's BodyPump Tracks list and scroll to the bottom for releases 50-57, or here for release 58 and here for release 59. Then send us some email - we'll read 'em all as we get down to the business of putting together our posts for the best, worst, and most memorable of the 50's series!
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