A good workout only lasts until you get bored by it; as long as you’re keeping things fresh, your body will thank you. There are hundreds of positive reasons why you should exercise consistently, so make the most of it by keeping things as interesting as possible.
With the help of our best-selling media recording programs, you’ll be well on your way to some of the most fun and pattern-breaking workouts! Here are a few great ways that you can customize your workout experience and try new things.
1. Create Your Ideal Exercise Playlist
What good are diverse workouts without diverse kinds of music to listen to? You can tap into any popular music streaming service — including Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and Soundcloud — to grow your collection and build workout-specific playlists.
Replay Music is optimized to capture music and cut out other background noises, so your recorded tracks are saved as high quality MP3 files. Plus, the program perfectly separates into individual tracks, tags each song with artist, album, song, genre, album art and even song lyrics.
2. Make a Custom Mashup of Yoga Moves
It’s well-known that YouTube has every kind of video under the sun – exercise and health-related videos are no exception! There are some amazing yoga channels, featuring yogis young and old, to gather some stretching and deep-breathing inspiration from.
You can use Replay Media Catcher to record from Youtube and mix ‘n match all of the best clips from your favorite yoga (or any other exercise) videos to create your own, totally custom videos to keep your routine interesting.
3. Capture Exclusive Live Streamed Workouts
If it’s available to stream online, it’s available to capture for your own personal use. From live streamed workouts to webinars to exclusive exercise events, Replay Video Capture makes it easy to screen record and save all the best, most innovative exercises to make sure you’re never bored again. No matter the source or website, you’ll have no problem when trying to capture any live stream workouts to access later.