This month’s top 10 workout songs cover a wide array of tempos and styles that will complement an equally diverse range of workouts. For low-rep exercises that strengthen your body — crunches, weights and so on — you might start with one of the slower tracks from David Guetta or Flo Rida. For a cardio routine — running, ropes, and the like — consider one of the faster numbers from alt-rock favorites Bleachers or club stars Yellow Claw.
If the feel is more important to you than the tempo, there are tracks spanning 100-128 beats per minute (BPM) and a variety of genres. The mix includes the latest confection from Maroon 5, a remix of Big Data’s crossover hit, and a collaboration between X Factor alumni Fifth Harmony and L.A. rapper Kid Ink.
There should be something here for every taste and routine. If you’re looking for a few new songs to spruce up your existing mix, you’re in luck. Alternatively, if you need a clean break, you can swap in this entire list — since it blends a variety of speeds and sounds that will get you moving and keep you guessing.
Here’s the full list, according to a poll on Run Hundred — the web’s most popular workout music blog.
- David Guetta, Afrojack & Nicki Minaj – “Hey Mama” – 86 BPM
- Flo Rida, Sage the Gemini & Lookas – “GDFR (K. Theory Remix)” – 73 BPM
- Big Data & Joywave – “Dangerous (Spacebrother’s Electro Stomp Remix)” – 126 BPM
- Fifth Harmony & Kid Ink – “Worth It” – 101 BPM
- Madonna – “Living for Love” – 123 BPM
- Imagine Dragons – “I Bet My Life (Alex Adair Remix)” – 117 BPM
- Bleachers – “Rollercoaster” – 163 BPM
- Maroon 5 – “Sugar” – 121 BPM
- Yellow Claw & Ayden – “Till It Hurts” – 146 BPM
- Penguin Prison – “Calling Out (Elephante Remix)” – 128 BPM
Check out this month’s top 10 workout songs on Run Hundred: www.RunHundred.com.
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