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Merrithew Takes the Guesswork Out of Fitness Playlists With New Music Collection

Merrithew Takes the Guesswork Out of Fitness Playlists With New Music Collection

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Now available on global streaming platforms, the tracks can be used for all fitness modalities and provide musical cues to signal transitions

Merrithew, a Toronto-based mind-body educator and Pilates equipment manufacturer, announced the global release of eight new music albums to complement Total Barre, one of its most popular fitness programs.

The Merrithew Music albums are designed to take the guesswork out of creating workout playlists without dealing with copyright fees. Although the initial release pairs with Total Barre, the company says the tracks can enhance other fitness modalities or workout styles.

With the launch comes 89 tracks of original, instrumental music that can be downloaded or streamed from over two dozen global streaming platforms, including Spotify, TikTok, iTunes, Apple Music, YouTube, Amazon Music, Tidal and Pandora.

“Thoughtfully selected music can elevate any fitness program, providing important cues to the instructor and deepening participants’ mindful movement experience,” said Moira Merrithew, the company’s co-founder and executive director of education.

The mind-body company says the songs have catchy crescendos, tempos and beats that build intensity and provide clear musical cues to mark transitions between exercises and movement sequences. The albums feature various musical styles, from New Age and Cuban rhythms to Bollywood and vintage soul from the 1970s.

The music was composed, produced and created by Michael Merrithew, an audio specialist, and a team of music producers in Toronto. 

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The fitness company recently introduced its V2 Max Reformer in a matte black finish. The apparatus can be used in boutique Pilates studios, fitness clubs, hotels and in the home.

Feature image courtesy of Merrithew

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