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  • Leah

    Playlists based on bpm. Great website!

  • D Horne

    Find Music to Run To: Pop quiz: If you run an eight-minute mile, which song will keep you on pace—the classic 80s hit “Take on Me” or Coldplay’s “Viva la Vida”? Check this website and—A-ha!—there’s your answer. When you type in how long it takes you to run a mile on jog.fm, you get a playlist of songs with the right number of beats per minute. Download the list on iTunes, and baby, you were “Born to Run” (best for a 10-minute mile, by the way).

  • Sara Falter

    Find Music to Run To. Type in your pace and this website will find songs to keep you on pace... cool!

  • Anjie Hughes

    Workout Music

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