They used to say Disco Kills, but these days it has people staying alive. The American Heart Association is promoting education to conduct hands-only CPR to the beat of the Bee Gees’ famous 1977 disco anthem “Stayin’ Alive.”

This tune, which is hard to hear without picturing John Travolta strutting down the street and on the dance floor, was chosen for teaching by the AHA for its apt title but also because it closely matches the optimum CPR rhythm of 100 chest compressions per minute. The AHA hopes that this catchy song, along with the AHA having dropped the mouth-to-mouth maneuver that kept many from practicing CPR to begin with, will result in tens of millions across the United States being trained.

Chest compressions used during cardiac arrest keep the body’s oxygen circulating.

Read more here, and see some Chattanooga fire fighters flash mob dance their way through it.