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What music gets you fired up? Everybody has something that helps light a fire inside them to push a little bit harder and heavier. Head over to our Facebook Page and let us know what you’re listening to. Here is some of Team Juggernaut’s favorite songs right now in the gym…

Maya Camille Winters-“I Get Crazy” by Nicki Minaj, “Superbeast” by Rob Zombie and “Rebel Girl” by Bikini Kill

Samantha Lower-“Die Young” by Ke$ha and “Thinking of You” by Ke$ha

Matt Dawson-“Amerikaz Most Wanted” by 2Pac

Reena Tenorio-“Animals” by Martin Garrix and “Did It On ‘Em” by Nicki Minaj.

Colin Burns-Silence

Jamie Hagiya-“Roar” by Katy Perry and “Turn Down for What” by Lil John

Donovan Ford-“Alive and Kicking” by Simple Minds and “New World Man” by Rush

Brandon Lilly-“No Heart, No Love” by Juicy J, “Regulator” by Cluth, “Thug Luv” by Bone Thugs n Harmony, “G’z and Hustlas” by Snoop Dogg

Greg Panora-Anything by Wu Tang, Onyx or Biggie. We keep it east coast.

Ariel Stephens-“Headlines” by Drake and “Yeah” by Usher

Blaine Sumner-“F*%# S%#!” by Wacka Flocka Flame, “Bulletproof” by Five Finger Death Punch and “Primordial” by Ploy for Extinction

Chad Wesley Smith-“Money A Do It” by Juicy J or “Money Machine” by 2 Chainz for heaviest sets. Turnpike Troubadors for everything else.

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