Instructor Favorites: Jams of the Moment
There's nothing that gets that heart rate racing and booty pop-popping like a DJ set in your favorite ((305)) class. Just when you think your quads are going to melt, your calves are going to flop, and your glutes are going to give out...the track jumps, and you find yourself back on FIRE.
We caught up with some of our favorite instructors and DJs to learn more about the jams they're crushing.
Want more instructor jams?
Of course you do. Check out some additional favorites below, and follow the playlist on Spotify.
Move, Shake, Drop by Dj Laz, Feat Flo Rida Casely & Pitbull. I LOOOOVE the beat in this song, I freak out when it gets played in class!
—Danielle Carlacci, NYC Instructor
Good Times Roll by Big Gigantic and GRiZ
—Luther Calvin Riggs, NYC, DJ
All Around the World by Justin Bieber, really fun and upbeat!
—Danielle Gillyard, DC ((305)) Instructor
Clap Back by Ja Rule. Just hit play, zero to a hundred real quick
—DJ Ardent, NYC
Human Touch by Betty Who. I'm in love with this artist. I've seen her blow up through the past two years and I am in love with her style and sound. Whenever this song comes on, it makes me wanna let it all go and MOVE: Seductively! Her 80's style sound will do the same for many more. Check her out!
—Bobby Gouse, NYC Instructor
Me So Horny by 2 Live Crew. I rediscovered this classic one from my childhood. Reminds me of driving around with my older sister in her convertible Volvo in the sunny streets of Miami. Love to listen as I'm strutting around town. Makes me feel sexy and...horny! Duh.
—Sadie, Founder & CEO, 305 Fitness
Zara Larsson's Carry You Home (Ashton Love & Martin Lindhjem Remix). It only seems fitting, with a new year, I had to choose a new emerging star complemented by a fantastic bass dropping remix!
—DJ Daywalker, DC
Oui by Jeremih. No lie, smooth tracks are my workout jams lie I get into a real smooth mood that just makes the workout more enjoyable and calm. Jeremih is definitely on a lot of my workout queue: Planes, Impatient, even his features like Sunday Candy but Oui def is the 1st one.
—Dj Blaqsquerade, DC
Them DMX throwbacks though? So hood and so good. Really gets me pumped and feeling like a beast!
—Ana Clarke, NYC instructor