The Top 10 Workout Songs for February 2015

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By Chris Lawhorn

Remixes rule in this month’s workout music round-up. Exactly half of the songs voted into the top 10 appear in re-worked versions. As always, this is a blessing for folks in search of musical inspiration, since these uptempo updates take existing gym favorites and accentuate their beats and momentum.

Songs getting a makeover include the latest from from Gwen Stefani, a club anthem from David Guetta, and the three way collaboration between Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea, and Pitbull. Meanwhile, the other half of this month’s list includes a Taylor Swift song you might recognize from a Target commercial, a Fall Out Boy track that pays tribute to a scene from Pulp Fiction, and the follow-up to Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne’s breakthrough hit “Rather Be.”

By combining new music from Top 40 regulars and updated versions of recent hits, this month’s list strikes a fine balance between fresh and familiar sounds — both of which will come in handy when you’re ready to get moving.

Here’s the full list, according to a poll on Run Hundred — the web’s most popular workout music blog.

  • Gwen Stefani – “Baby Don’t Lie (Kaskade & KillaGraham Remix)” – 100 BPM
  • Taylor Swift – “Style” – 95 BPM [not available on Spotify]
  • Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea & Pitbull – “Booty (Bali Bandits Remix)” – 129 BPM
  • Robin Schulz, Lilly Wood & The Prick – “Prayer in C (Robin Schulz Radio Edit)” – 123 BPM
  • Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman” – 149 BPM
  • Jessie J & 2 Chainz – “Burnin’ Up (Aero Chord Remix)” – 100 BPM
  • Kelly Clarkson – “Heartbeat Song” – 74 BPM
  • Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne – “Real Love” – 125 BPM
  • David Guetta & Sam Martin – “Dangerous (David Guetta’s Banging Remix)” – 128 BPM
  • Pitbull & Ne-Yo – “Time of our Lives” – 124 BPM

Check out this month’s top 10 workout songs on Run Hundred: www.RunHundred.com.

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