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FitHits: A Britney Circus

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Jenn and I haven’t made it a secret that we’re fans of the Britney Spears comeback. We’ve reviewed both of her most recent albums, Blackout and Circus, and regularly have her older music in our workout playlist rotation. She’s definitely a pop diva whose music pumps us up during serious cardio endeavors and who has us dancing in our cars and living rooms alike.

We embrace whatever music gets us motivated to move, from rock to pop to rap and country (well, I embrace country; Jenn not as much). And while music is one of the greatest motivators, it can also be a super reward for hard work. That’s why Jenn and I decided that she should come out for a visit so that we could see the Brit-ster live and in concert. It was a great way to celebrate our upcoming one-year Fit Bottomed Girls anniversary and to give ourselves a pat on the back for a year of hard work. (Note to readers: BIG things coming up for our one-year celebration the week of May 18, so stay tuned!)

The concert was a great spectacle, and the circus theme lent itself nicely to many special effects and acts between songs. Hula hoops, acrobatics, cages and stilts all made the show a feast for the eyes, albeit not always appropriate for younger eyes. Overall, it was super fun and highly entertaining. Unbeknownst to us, Britney got one of her extensions ripped off during the show, but we weren’t exactly front row (or anything remotely close to it) so we didn’t notice, and the show carried on without a pause.

So now that Jenn and I have gotten our Britney-live fix, we’re going to spice up our next FitHits by letting you guys choose our next album to review. We think there’s a good mix to suit all tastes!

Can’t see the poll? Click here!

Got another idea? Let us know what you’d like to see in the comments! —Jenn

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