Welcome back, listings are coming in drips and drabs so please bear with me. It’s now Les Mills BodyCombat 75 time. How did you get on with BodyCombat 74? If you have any thoughts on BodyCombat 74 why not share them?
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What is Les Mills BodyCombat 75 all about?
BODYCOMBAT™ 75 is packed with sing-along classics, heavy pumping beats and an abundance of electrifying sounds. This release has been carefully designed to help you improve your martial arts technique and maximize the results of the workout. There are combinations of movements that will make your heart rate soar, resulting in a rush of adrenaline to make you feel fantastic all day!
Les Mills BodyCombat 75 music track listing .
Track 1A – Ready (Extended Mix) – Dannic & Tom & Jame
Track 1B – Permanent Vacation – 5 Seconds Of Summer
Track 2 – Jump – Too Weak To Workshop
Track 6 – Disbroqueia A Tela – Digestible Planets
Track 9 – Marching On – Krewella
Track 10 – Brother – Kodaline
Track 3 – Freefall (VIP) – Metrik
Track 5 Option A – Beyond The Wall (The Prototypes Remix) – Sigma
Track 5 Option B – Kaleidoscope – Delta Heavy
Note: I have tried to link to the track and artist however it may differ to the release due to it being adapted for Group Exercise or the specific mix not being found. I link to legal sources only and do not store or supply the music. This track list may also change… 😉
While you’re here
Have you been teaching or participating in a BodyCombat class and have any tracks you keep going back to? Why not share the track you’re passionate about on our series throw back Thursdays or why not suggest a song for my random unofficial les mills spotify playlist?
If you have any thoughts on the music selection for BodyCombat 75 please feel free to comment below. If you have a song in mind for a future BodyCombat release why not suggestion a song over on Les Mills.com : Suggest a song.
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