Brooklyn Fit Chick Playlist: “Sucker Playlist 2019”

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Brooklyn Fit Chick Playlist

“Sucker Playlist”

Hey there! Hi There! Ho there!

It’s me–Brooklyn Fit Chick and I am back from a year of illness, injury and family deaths and I am (finally) ready to get back to putting together playlists.

Seriously, 2018 was a big bucket of suck for many reasons and I plan to post a bit of what I have been through in the future. (It’s been a hell of a journey!)

Today, however, I just want to talk about my new favorite playlist I have put together. It’s a perfect 45 minutes if interval with a cool jam to cool things out. Let’s get to it!

Sucker/Jonas Brothers

I have no idea why it took me so long to get on the Jonas train–but this song is fantastic as a warmup tune and I am not planning on ever getting sick of it.

Gave You Everything/The Interruptors

I love this “ska/punk” Los Angeles band and this song puts me in the best move ever. Perfect “second song for a workout” that will have you singing along.

California Love/2Pac

I get a little old school hip hop here in this list. Deal with it!

Breathing Underwater/Metric

One of my favorite bands in the whole world is from Canada and I need to try and see them live one of these days.

Lose Yourself/Eminem

This is for a slow, heavy climb on the bike and it is always guaranteed to get heads boppin to the beat.

Times Like These/Foo Fighters

I alwys need my Foos to give me energy and no one sing/screams better than Dave Grohl.

Hypnotize/The Notorious B.I.G.

This is an old-school Brooklyn jam and using the clean version in my classes always cracks me up silly.

Holy Ghost/BORNS

This song came out a few years ago but I am usually late to these things. I love the dreamy quality of this music and use it for an out-of-the-saddle climb.

The Pit/Silversun Pickups

I love to use this one for in the saddle sprints and people make the cutest faces as they ride with this tune.

We Got the Beat/Go-Go’s

This is one of those songs that came out in the early 80s but sound just as as fresh as today.

Salvation/The Strumbellas

I love how positive and cheerful this fast-paced song is and the video for it is beyond adorable.

I Want it That Way/Backstreet Boys

If you can resist this slow jam–I really don’t want to know you at all, quite frankly.

That’s it for today’s playlist.

I promise to be back with more news, essay, personal stories and playlists soon.

Cheers,

BFC

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