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BODYCOMBAT 51 tracklist
1a: Give Me Everything (Sunny Dee Remix) – Jason Born
1b: Loud (Technoposse Remix Edit) – Big Diddy
2: Bark At The Moon – Fortified Pro
3: Here Tonight – Reality Charm And Solitude
4: Another Way To Die – Disturbed
5: Kung Foo Fighting – Kickers Kingdom
6: Where Them Girls At (Mix I) – Olson Bjerre
7: Born To Kill – Airbourne
8: Land Of Dance (Sy And Unknown Remix) – Retro And Flawless
9: Champion – Chipmunk feat. Chris Brown
10: Awake And Alive (Rock Radio Mix) – Skillet

BODYPUMP 81 tracklist
1. You Make Me Feel… – Cobra Starship feat Sabi
2. Higher Ground – Jagged Eagle
3. Loud – Stan Walker
4. Ravers Fantasy (Manox remix) – Manian
5. Domino – Miss Daise
6. I Own You – Shinedown
7. San Francisco (Remix 11) – Fine Tune
8. Blood Is Pumping – Blade X
9. Mr Saxobeat – Alexandra Stan
10. Best Thing I Never Had – Beyoncé
Alternative tracks:
6. Dynamite (Remix IX) – Studio 88 feat Juno Mars
10 Breaking Inside – Shinedown feat. Lzzy Hale of Halestorm

BODYATTACK 76 tracklist
Warmup : San Francisco (Fine Tune)
Mixed Impact : Más (NXT)
Aerobic : Notorious (Global Nation)
Plyometric : Twilight Zone (Colourbox)
Upper Body Conditioning : You Got The Love (The Grace)
Running : Ridin Solo (Damn-R Remix) (Jason Born)
Agility : Badman Riddim (The Spring Act)
Interval : Angels (Reversal Switch)
Power : Don’t Wanna Go Home (Sunny Dee Remix) (Jason Born)
Lower Body Conditioning : Night Of Your Life (Olson Bjerre feat. Sam K.)
Core Conditioning : Tonight Tonight (Hot Chelle Rae )
Cooldown : All That You Are (The Goo Goo Dolls)

BODYBALANCE 56 tracklist
Tai Chi Warmup : Stop And Stare (Fundmental Envy)
Sun Salutations : Euphoria (Firefly) (Parker & Surface Jave)
Standing Strength : Best Thing I Never Had (Beyoncé)
Balance : Someone Like You (Audiogroove)
Hip Openers : Run For It (Delerium feat. Leigh Nash)
Core – Abdominals : Love Will Always Win (Opshop)
Core – Back : This = Love (The Script)
Twists : Somewhere Only We Know (The Sense)
Forward Bends – Hamstrings : Running Up That Hill (Inevitable)
Forward Bends – Hamstrings : Angel (Blue Cloud)
Relaxation/Meditation : Acceptance (Paul Avgerinos)
Standing Strength : Search For The Hero (M People)

BODYJAM 60 tracklist
Warmup/Isolations : Save The World (Zedd Remix) (Swedish House Mafia)
Moombahton : Horsey (Diplo)
Mambos : Wepa (Mix I) (Tomorrow’s World)
We found one close to me : We Found Love (Colourbox)
We found one close to me : One (Your Name) (Vocal Mix) (Swedish House Mafia feat. Pharrell)
We found one close to me : Close To Me (R3hab Remix) (Benny Benassi feat. Gary Go)
Recovery : Out Of My Head (Lupe Fiasco feat. Trey Songz)
Shufflin’ to Epicland : Save The World (Knife Party Remix) (Swedish House Mafia)
Shufflin’ to Epicland : Speak Up (Savant)
Shufflin’ to Epicland : Bullet (Original Mix) (Michael Woods)
Shufflin’ to Epicland : Indestructible (The Flask)
Groovedown : Love On Top (Beyoncé)
Bonus 13 – Moombahton : Feel So Close (Dillon Francis Remix) (Calvin Harris)

RPM 54 tracklist
Pack Ride : Moves Like Jagger (Mix II) (January Rays feat. Riley)
Pace : San Francisco (Remix III) (Fine Tune)
Hills : Run To You (Hands Up Club Mix) (Jan Wayne feat. Fab)
Mixed Terrain : Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Coldplay)
Intervals : Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites (Dirtyphonics Remix) (Skrillex)
Speed Work : Just Be (Antillas Club Mix) (Tiesto feat. Kirsty Hawkshaw)
Mountain Climb : Hold Me Tonight (Empyre One Remix) (Manian)
Ride Home : Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes (O.A.R.)
Stretch : It Girl (Jason Derulo)

BODYSTEP 87 tracklist
Warmup : You Make Me Feel… (Yesterday Stomp feat. Diverse)
Step Warmup : Good Girl (Sushi Tribe)
Step Orientation : Moves Like Jagger (Mix I) (January Rays feat. Riley)
Step Athletic : Dance In The Dark (Southern Light)
Mixed Strength : Own This Club (DJ Mark)
Power Peak : Rockstar (The Claw)
Step Recovery : Make My Day (Beefy & Halo)
Party Step : Where Them Girls At (Mix II) (Olson Bjerre feat. Climb Max & Famous J.)
Speed Step : (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher (Mondo Libre)
Peak : Don’t Leave Me This Way (Velvet Affect)
Recovery/Conditioning : Cinema (Dee D. feat. DJ Gazz)
Cooldown/Stretch : Stereo Hearts (Radiation Leep feat. Amy L.)
Athletic Circuit Track : Two Tribes (Walking Wounded)
Athletic Circuit Track : Flash (Buck Wild)

BODYVIVE 22 tracklist
Warmup : You Make Me Feel… (Cobra Starship feat. Sabi)
Cardio 1 : Just Be Good To Me (Simply Hyper)
Cardio 2 : Ladies Night (Workout Mix) (d’Macy)
Cardio 3 : Gimme Some Lovin’ (The Mick Lloyd Connection)
Peak Cardio : Get It On (Bodytronixx)
Active Recovery : Life’s What You Make It (Talk Talk)
Dynamic Strength : Why Don’t You Love Me (Jump Smokers Club Remix) (BeyoncĂ©)
Integrated Strength : I Want A New Drug (Huey Lewis And The News)
Hips : Make My Heart (Dario Caminita & Andrea Corelli Radio Edit) (Toni Braxton)
Core 1 : Waterfront (Simple Minds)
Core 2 : Beautiful People (Chris Brown & Benny Benassi)
Stretch : The Only Exception (Paramore)

SH’BAM 7 tracklist
Track 1 : Good Feeling (Flo Rida)
Track 2 : Wepa (Mix II) (Tomorrow’s World)
Track 3 : Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) (Envy feat. Reachout)
Track 4 : Till The World Ends (Britney Spears)
Track 5 : Shake Senora Remix (Pitbull feat. T-Pain, Sean Paul & Ludacris)
Track 6 : Where Them Girls At (Mix III) (Computer Love feat. Climb Max)
Track 7 : Venus (Soda Club Remix) (Soda Club)
Track 8 : Sauve (Kiss Me) (Beat Bandits feat. Purified Junkies)
Track 9 : Footloose (The Agenda)
Track 10 : Don’t Wanna Go Home (Young Drake)
Track 11 : Teenage Dream (Bodytronixx)
Track 12 : All You Need Is Love (Active Conflict)

CXWORX 6 tracklist
Warmup : Freefallin’ (Deluxe Edition) (ZoĂ« Badwi)
Core Strength 1 : Cinema (Skrillex Remix) (Benny Benassi feat. Gary Go)
Standing Strength 1 : Born To Be Wild (Hiroshi Free)
Standing Strength 2 : Pause (Pitbull)
Core Strength 2 : Titanium (Computer Love feat. Digital Beats)
Core Strength 3 : The Lazy Song (Bruno Mars)
Bonus 1 – Warmup : International Love (Pitbull feat. Chris Brown)
Bonus 2 – Core Strength 1 : What A Wonderful World (Comet & DJ Reflex)
Bonus 6 – Core Strength 3 : Hot Tottie (Usher feat. Jay-Z)

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Been updating this list for awhile now as each release comes out just to help instructors realise that if they don’t plan their playlist correctly they can run massively over (or under) time! BODYCOMBAT 51 actually sees only one change to the lists below, Here Tonight comes in as the shortest ever track 3 at only 4:14 (which is a shame as it’s probably my favourite track of the release!).

There are a couple tracks that do come close though. Track 8 (Land of the Dance) comes in over 8 minutes so just shy of a the record below held by BC50’s You’re The Feeling. The Muay Thai is really short in 51 too at a touch over 4 minutes.

So again, just goes to show – be careful when mixing or you could inadvertently have a class that runs 15 minutes over the hour (and that’s assuming you don’t stop the music for even a second) – or alternatively have a class that’s done in 37 minutes!

LONGEST BODYCOMBAT MIX

01: Dragostea Din Tei / My Life Would Suck Without You (BC41) 9:48
02: The United Vibe (BC35) 7:11
03: Poison (BC42) 7:31
04: Enter Sandman / Boom (BC41) 7:09
05: Don’t Need (BC49) 6:57
06: Russian Roulette (BC45) 6:48
07: Excalibur (BC42) 7:42
08: You’re the Feeling (BC50) 8:24
09: Somebody To Love (BC21) 6:05
10: Now We Are Free (BC20) 7:04

TOTAL: 1:14:40

SHORTEST BODYCOMBAT MIX

01: Summermelody / Does the Fish Have Chips? (BC34)   6:11
02: Thnks Fr Th Mmrs (BC34) / Energy (BC44) 3:16
03: Here Tonight (BC51) 4:14
04: Lord of The Rings / Hava Nagila (BC49) 4:17
05: The Anthem (BC42) 2:58
06: Leave Me Alone (BC32)   3:20
07: Run To The Hills (BC33)   3:01
08: Footloose (BC2) 3:46
09: Gonna Fly Now (BC36) 2:53
10: Black Box (BC45) 3:29

TOTAL: 37:26

Hi guys the BC51 tracklist has officially hit the net so here ya go!

Prepare to have some fun with track 5 it’s a little bit crazy! T6 is great too – and  love track 3 so much! As always when LM covers have been used I’ve tried to link to the original (actual remix of Kung Fu Fighting used in BC51 is MUCH faster than one linked).

For more info on this release see my BODYCOMBAT 51 filming post. Enjoy!

BODYCOMBAT 51 track list

1a: Give Me Everything (Sunny Dee Remix) – Jason Born
1b: Loud (Technoposse Remix Edit) – Big Diddy
2: Bark At The Moon – Fortified Pro
3: Here Tonight – Reality Charm And Solitude
4: Another Way To Die – Disturbed
5: Kung Foo Fighting – Kickers Kingdom
6: Where Them Girls At (Mix I) – Olson Bjerre
7: Born To Kill – Airbourne
8: Land Of Dance (Sy And Unknown Remix) – Retro And Flawless
9: Champion – Chipmunk feat. Chris Brown
10: Awake And Alive (Rock Radio Mix) – Skillet

Ohh the posters are out – you know what that means? Tracklists can’t be far away! Exciting! I’m especially excited about these posters as I teach 3 programs (BODYCOMBAT, BODYPUMP and BODYATTACK) – I was on the Combat poster last quarter and I made the Attack and Pump this round! (and I think those are my legs on the CX one too haha). Enjoy!

Well to be honest it only just feels like BODYCOMBAT 50 was filmed – but here we are and BODYCOMBAT 51 is officially in the bag! I *almost* didn’t make this one for a few reasons, but mostly as it was scheduled for 10 o’clock at night on a Monday! (I mean seriously what sort of hour for a group fitness class is that?!) Given I live about 2.5 hours out of Auckland and had to teach a class of my own at 5:30pm it was touch and go as to whether I’d make this one at all. But, sure enough straight after my combat class was over we jumped in the car and made the trip, arrived just in time to see almost all of BODYPUMP 81 (wicked stuff) and do BC51, before making the trip home arriving back about 2am; over 5 hours of driving just to do a single BODYCOMBAT class… things we do for the love of fitness huh?!

Because it’s really hard to get a feel for a release just doing it once I did head up to Auckland on the Saturday beforehand to make the 4:10pm BC51 rehearsal Team Teach that was timetabled. However, disappointingly at the last minute this was cancelled and a normal class was held instead. The cover instructor offered no explanation other than “Dan and Rach couldn’t make it” but I know many were disappointed. I spoke to some instructors that had flown into NZ that very day and rushed to the gym to make that class, some from Singapore and some from the other side of the world! So there were a few long faces that afternoon! So even though I did try my best to view it, Monday night was literally the first and only time I’ve seen BC51.

The actually filming class itself didn’t start till close to 10:30pm, and as a result there was definitely a lot more room to move and kick than a usual filming; I mean let’s face it, only nutters like me (and probably you if you’re reading this!) would be loopy enough to do a fitness class that finishes near midnight on a Monday! Presenters were D&R and Tauvaga Siolo (or “T”).

Before I get onto speaking about the release itself I wanna take a moment to make special mention of Tauvaga. I was SOOO happy to see T on stage – he is an absolute living legend here in NZ and he lit up the stage like a freaken rockstar the moment he took the mic. If you’re reading this from out of NZ and don’t know who T is you’ll DEFINITELY recognise him. He’s already been the face of a tonne of program posters and DVD covers, from Combat to Jam to RPM – so he has been “on” a BODYCOMBAT DVD before (literally on, as in “on the cover” of BC36, BC41 and BC42) – it’s just now he’s finally “in” it! I actually must admit I felt quite emotional when he took the stage, not only because T conducted my BODYCOMBAT AIM (along with Matty Thraxton), and not only because he’s an amazing guy and an amazing instructor, but also because it’s been a LONG time since we’ve had a Kiwi guest present on a BC DVD. Hernan lives in NZ and he’s been a regular BC presenter, but of course Hernan is from Argentina originally. Correct me if I’m wrong but I believe the last time we had a Kiwi presenter on a BODYCOMBAT DVD was sometime in the 20’s? Close to 30 releases ago! So it was a very proud moment that’s been a long time coming.

Tauvaga in BODYCOMBAT 51 (borrowed from facebook)

Tauvaga in BODYCOMBAT 51 (from facebook)

I always get asked a lot of questions about what the team were wearing so I’ve pinched this image from Tauvaga’s public facebook profile pic (hope that’s okay T *let me know if it isn’t!*). The team were dressed in black and white shorts with bright orange stripes and a black sleeveless top with ‘Les Mills Body Combat’ written on it; interestingly ‘Body Combat’ was written as two words and lower case which surprised me as LMI normally always ensure it’s written ‘BODYCOMBAT’ for brand continuity – but I digress. Rach’s top was a slightly different style – but no doubt you’ll see all this gear on lesmillsclothing.com soon enough. It looked great I have to say.

Right so enough preamble on to the release itself! As per usual my disclaimer stands; I can’t mention anything specific about the music or choreography. That’s all got to be saved as a surprise for the release quarter. However I can give you my interpretation of the release, its musical feel and of course what I thought. Needless to say anything I write is my personal opinion and yours may completely differ!

Having not seen BC51 before filming day I did put my feelers out to many of the other instructors who were in Auckland to gauge their opinion beforehand. Let’s just say opinions varied – CONSIDERABLY. I spoke to maybe 5 or 6 people who had seen it and there was a massive contrast in their feedback. Some LOVED it, and said it was amazing. Others, really disliked it and thought it fell flat. Not often a release gets such contrasting reactions and definitely didn’t give me much to go on in terms of what to expect!

Musically BODYCOMBAT 51 can probably be described as 3 styles; top 40, rock and dance/trance. There’s a lot of rock in there. In fact, tracks 2, 4 and 7 are really rocky! Track by track what can I tell you: Both the upper and lower body warmup were top 40, uplifting music and a great start to the workout. Track 2 musically you can probably draw comparisons to track 2 from BC47. I’ll be honest musically this track was not my cup of tea at all – but T presented it so well the crowd was cheering and kiaiing the whole time it absolutely went off! I smiled the whole time, as did everyone else! T also presented Track 3 and did an amazing job, musically what you’d expect, uplifting and fun – if anything it felt too short!

Track 4 is where the actual workout intensity started to pick up. This track is also VERY rocky, again not my cup of tea, but man did it hurt! We had the esquiva in BC37 and 38 when it was first introduced to combat – but since then I believe it’s not been in 2 consecutive releases in a row. Let’s just say that’s no longer the case and expect a lot of pain in both 50 and 51! This track is a killer, lots of leg loads and kicks, just think “youch”.

Track 5 is interesting to say the least! As you may know I have been really impressed with the track 5s of late, they are all brilliant in 48, 49 and 50. Track 5 in 51 is definitely the “fun” track. You all will know the song and you all will know the words! It’s a silly track that will definitely bring a smile to your faces (even crazier than Barbra Streisand can you believe!) Workout wise it’s not quite as much of a peak as the 3 previous track 5s but it’s still a fun track.

Track 6 is probably the favourite track of the release for me along with 8. Again, very poppy top 40 and a great workout. You will be able to have a lot of fun with it!

To my mind muay thai is normally the ‘peak’ of the class but I wasn’t a fan of this one. I’ll be honest, I really miss the hard-trance muay thai tracks like Hardcore Angel, Raver’s Paradise, Party Non-Stop, Excalibur 2000 etc. With the exception of Braveheart the last 6 or so muay thai tracks have been rock and they don’t ‘go off’ in my opinion. Chorey wise this muay thai is an absolute A++ but musically it is the worst track of the release for me.

And track 8 – well, it’s another freaken marathon (yay!). Track 8 in BC50 and 51 are massively long tracks (think I Surrender or You’re Shining) which I just LOVE. Massive end to the class – awesome work D&R.

So overall you can see BC51 for me has big highlights, and some not so highlights. A big mix of musical genres which I guess is why I’ve been getting such mixed feedback from everyone with some loving it and some feeling it didn’t peak. If you love hard rock, you’ll probably love this release. If you don’t so much, you’ll probably be a bit like me and on the fence on this one.

So in summary, both 50 and 51 weren’t instant ‘OMFG this is amazing!’ releases for me – whereas 48 and 49 definitely both were. But I know many did love it so you might too (and of course some releases take time to grow on you!). In the meantime, BC50 is about to hit the globe any week now so look forward to hearing your thoughts on that. And if you were at BC51 please let me know what you thought!

Hi guys – thanks to the lovely Rach Wilkins we now know the times for the next batch of filmings. OMFG check out the time of the combat filming – what the?! If you’re coming on Monday see ya there!

Monday 31st October 2011

  • 3:00pm BODYBALANCE 56
  • 4:30pm BODYVIVE 22
  • 6:00pm BODYATTACK 76
  • 8:30pm BODYPUMP 81
  • 10:00pm BODYCOMBAT 51

Thursday 3rd November 2011

  • 12:30pm RPM 54
  • 4:30pm BODYSTEP 87
  • 6:00pm SH’BAM 7
  • 7:15pm BODYJAM 60

Friday 4th November 2011

  • 8:30pm CXWORX 6

These have just been posted to lesmills.com (thanks Belinda for the heads up!). So happy to see Tauvaga (aka “T”) presenting combat he took my BODYCOMBAT AIM he’s awesome! Filming is in less than 2 weeks and kicks off on the 31st… If you’re coming see ya there!

BODYATTACK 76
Lisa Osborne (New Zealand)
Ivens Kucharski (Portugal)
KC Van-Roose (UK)

BODYBALANCE 56
Dr Jackie Mills (New Zealand)
Dr Dave McKenzie (New Zealand)
Corey Baird (New Zealand)

BODYCOMBAT 51
Dan Cohen (New Zealand)
Rachael Newsham (New Zealand)
Tauvaga Siolo (New Zealand)

BODYJAM 60
Gandalf “G” Archer (New Zealand)
Andreia Rodrigues (Portugal)

BODYPUMP 81
Glen Ostergaard (New Zealand)
Susan Renata (New Zealand)
HĂ©ctor Ponce Cortegana (Netherlands)
Shaun Egan (UK)

BODYSTEP 87
Mark Nu’u (New Zealand)
Lisa Osborne (New Zealand)
Christophe Besse (France)
Sarah Robinson (New Zealand)
Edina Schaal (Germany)

BODYVIVE 22
Susan Trainor (New Zealand)
Maureen Baker (New Zealand)
Mark Nu’u (New Zealand)

CXWORX 6
Dan Cohen (New Zealand)
Susan Trainor (New Zealand)
Corey Baird (New Zealand)
Susan Renata (New Zealand)

RPM 54
Glen Ostergaard (New Zealand)
Sarah Ostergaard (New Zealand)
Jerome Denis (France)

SH’BAM 7
Rachael Newsham (New Zealand)
Tracy Minnoch (New Zealand)
Michelle Dean (Asia Pacific)


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