(I've posted this elsewhere, at fitness SE, but perhaps it's most likely to find an answer here).
I follow the recommendation that it's good practice to run with a close to 170/180 bpm pace, at any speed (slow or fast). That is, when running you should be hitting the floor around 180 times per minute. I understand this bpm timing is also recommendable for riding a bicycle.
One available resource to get to this pace is metronome software, this is often included in the features of different (gps) watches.
The broader question is if it's possible to find songs that have a specific rhythm. There's a site that does this for you: jog.fm, but this just offers song by song ideas.
Is there a program that selects songs with a specific beat from a music collection?
Either from my hard drive directly, or online music.
Another answer suggests that there's even a certain music genre that is set at a certain beat. Perhaps there's a set of LPs/CDs that have this pace?
I think perhaps something by Kraftwerk, but just guessing.
Seems that what I'm looking for is very close to this DJ program called mixxx, but I can't quite handle it, so I'm not sure if it works properly (Any ideas on how to configure sound and make it play)?