Thanks to everyone who followed my Road to Roth playlist on Spotify! Those were the songs that helped me train for Challenge Roth and were a very important part of my journey.
But now that race is over and done with and it just didn’t feel right to keep adding new songs to that race-specific playlist. Thanks to Globe’s GoSURF data plan and the free Spotify Premium service that comes with it, I’ve been browsing all sorts of playlists and discovering songs that I love running and cycling to!
Because Spotify has a huge community of users who put playlists together, it’s not hard to find a playlist for any occasion. I usually hit shuffle, and when a song comes on that I like, I add it to my own playlist.
Check out my new training playlist here or play it below:
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If you’re already a Spotify user you can also start following the playlist and get updates whenever I add a new song to it. Additionally, if you’re on Spotify Premium, you can set the playlist to be “Available Offline” and your device will start downloading the songs so you can play them even if you’re not connected to the internet.
Here are some fast facts on Spotify (infographic):
Have you discovered any new or good songs on Spotify? Share them with me in the comments below!