Rip Up The Rhythm

Premiere DateMar 24, 2020
Categories Health & Fitness Music
00:00 Mic Break
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01:46 TACO! (Original Mix) Third Heaven
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06:34 Hit That (Third Heaven Edit) Hardwell vs. Blasterjaxx
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10:33 Rip Up The Rhythm (Extended Mix) Vigel & Aryue
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13:36 Mic Break
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13:49 Over & Out (Extended Mix) KSHMR & Hard Lights ft. Charlott Boss
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17:32 Get It (Original Mix) Cesqeaux & Curbi
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20:10 Think Different Panda Eyes ft. Gabriel Guardian
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24:47 Mic Break
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24:53 What Are We Waiting For (Extended Mix) Maximals & Chad Kowal
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29:21 Give Up (Extended Mix) Jordan Jay
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32:23 Falling (Extended Mix) Nicky Romero & Timmy Trumpet
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36:26 Better Than This (Extended Mix) Futuristic Polar Bears ft. Franky
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40:09 Mic Break
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40:15 Juice (Extended Mix) Dirty Ducks
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43:35 Dance With Me (Extended Mix) Morgan J
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48:13 Time (Extended Mix) Kryda & Dwight Steven
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51:45 Mic Break
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52:02 Waking Up With You (Jamis Extended Remix) Armin Van Buuren ft. David Hodges
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56:34 Roll Up (Extended Mix) Sophie Francis
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60:39 Mic Break
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61:57 Trouble (Extended Mix) Robby East
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65:46 Finish
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Don’t ask for a light load, but rather ask for a strong back! DJ Meredith motivates you with the latest Electronica from artists like Panda Eyes, Jordan Jay, Dirty Ducks and so many more! Tracks like ‘Over & Out’ by KSHMR & Hard Lights ft. Charlott Boss will help you smash your fitness goals!

“Ditch those “I can’t’s” Dump those “why me’s” Drop those “if only’s,” then listen. Hear that? It’s the sound of I can, I will, Watch me!”

“Time and health are two precious assets we don’t recognize until they are depleted.”

“Success consists of a series of little daily victories.” – Laddie F. Hutar

“Progress always involves risk; you can’t steal second base and keep your foot on first.” – Frederick Wilcox

Meredith is a DJ/producer born and raised in Staten Island, NY. She was always a collector of vast amounts of music and grew up listening to all styles, from Afrobeat to hip-hop to reggae. Growing up in the big…

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