If you could only workout to Britney Spears or Lady Gaga for the rest of your life which would you choose?
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I’m thinking Lady Gaga and I would have more to talk about so I’m going to go with her. Britney also seems a little less “reliable.” Seeing Gaga Tuesday at MSG!
Lady Gaga, for sure.
That’s a tough one! I’ve always been a Britney girl, but there’s something about Lady Gaga’s music — especially “Born This Way” — that really pumps me up.
Tough choice! Brit’s catalog is bigger right now but Lady Gaga definitely has way more potential.
Britney, for sure!! I’ve been a fan since day one (even through the cray-cray phase).
Britney! I honestly loathe the whole Lady Gaga bit. I mean can you picture her in about 20 years? gross. Ok, I admit to having awesome workouts to Gaga, but only because it comes up on my Pandora (set to a Britney station) and I’m too busy to change it.
um… is ‘Jump off a building’ an option?
I would choose to never workout again… unless it was ‘Toxic’ by Britney (and I cant believe I’m putting this in writing).
hmmm…neither?! How about Madonna?? I would much prefer to workout to Madonna for the rest of my life. And, Leslie Gore. I’m such an 80′s girl!! (although Leslie Gore is more 60s and 70s…)
I’d probably say Gaga right now, but there have been some pretty classic Britney songs….
Lady Gaga! Although britneys Pieces of Me remix is so good to work out to. So is toxic and three. Hmmm this is a tough call
Britney, for sure! Fit Chick, your #1 fan has a running question for you. I’m training for a half marathon in April, and today I did my first 8-mile run (yay!). Around mile 2, I started noticing a very minor blister on the arch of my foot, and by mile 6 every step was painful. I finished the run anyway, but now I have to let the blister heal for several days before running again. My question to you: Should I have finished the run, to stay on track with my plan? Or should I have stopped and walked home when it got too painful? Thanks Fit Chick!
First off congrats on completing your longest run!!! Secondly, good question.
Personally, I too would have finished the run. If it were to happen in a race obviously, you would have pushed through to the finish. Being as strange things like that always seem to happen on race day, it was great race day prep to have pushed through the pain to complete the mileage.
However, during training if something is that painful even a blister, one should probably stop the run. Your goal should be to make it to race day well trained and as healthy as possible. Since your race is still about 6 weeks away, you still would have plenty of time to make up for a missed long run.
I hope your blister heels quickly!
Britney hands down and for sure.
I can see running to this song for sure. However I have both on my playlists, not sure I could choose!
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