How to Make a Custom Workout Mix

The allure of a custom mix is obvious: it’s easier to keep moving when your music is blended together seamlessly.

Unfortunately, they tend to be expensive–as making mixes is time-consuming and licensing the music is difficult.

Moreover, a finished mix doesn’t offer much flexibility–as you have to create a whole, new mix every time you want to add or remove a song.

To that end, I’ve been looking for a solution that would meet the following requirements:

*You should be able to create mixes on any smartphone or tablet–without needing additional equipment.
*Making a mix should be as easy as picking out songs and pressing play.
*You should be able to add and remove songs at any point–without having to stop the mix or make a new one.
*The transitions between songs must be seamless–with no gaps or abrupt tempo changes.

After lots of trial and error, I found a way to create mixes that meets every criteria above and put together 60 Minute Mixes in 60 Seconds–a $10 guide that will show you how to do it yourself.

For what it’s worth, you’ll also want to budget $10-$15 for app and music purchases for your first mix. (You can save money by using songs from your own library. But, most folks start with new songs. So, I wanted to note that up front.) Once everything’s downloaded and configured, you’ll be able to make new mixes in less than a minute.

With a continuous mix, where each song gives way to the next seamlessly, it’s easier to slip into the zone–and remain there–throughout your workout. For most everyone, the appeal will be immediate. And, if that’s not the case for you, I’ll send a refund. (My contact info will appear on your email receipt–so, you can drop me a line with any questions you have along the way.)

To create mixes like a DJ–without any DJ gear–you can order the 60 Minute Mixes in 60 Seconds guide here.

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