If you’re the type of person who really benefits from listening to carefully chosen music during your workouts, it’s well worth continuing reading to discover some new tracks to download onto to your smart devices.
The Best Workout Music:
1. “Harder Better Faster Stronger” by Daft Punk
If you’re looking for a track which has a strong beat and a catchy rhythm, that will push you to get the most from your workouts, you’ll love listening to “Harder Better Faster Stronger” by Daft Punk during your next workout.
As an added bonus this hit track also features inspiring lyrics which will help you find a little extra energy to complete your workout.
2. “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor
If you want to feel like you’re Rocky Balboa during your workouts, it’s well worth downloading “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor. As soon as you hear the first couple of bars, you’ll be pumped up and ready to take any physical challenge on.
3. “Level Up” by Ciara
“Level Up” by Ciara was released in 2018 and quickly became a cult hit amongst gyms and workout classes around the world as it boasts the perfect tempo and rhythm for cardio workouts. Although “Level Up” is also ideally suited to completing reps of body resistance exercises such as push ups and sit ups.
4. “Run The World” by Beyonce
If you’re female and looking for a powerful anthem to add to your workout playlist, it’s well worth downloading “Run the World” by Beyonce to your new playlist as not only does it inspire you to be a boss during your workouts but it also boasts the perfect tempo for the middle of your workouts.
5. “One More Time” by Daft Punk
“One More Time” by Daft Punk is the second track from Daft Punk to feature on this list. “One More Time” is a great track to listen to on a run or during a spin class. Especially when you’re looking for a feel-good song which will motivate you to give your workout all you’ve got.
6. “Another One Bites The Dust”
Truth be told most classic Queen songs make excellent additions to any workout playlist. So it’s a smart idea to add “Another One Bites The Dust” to your workout playlist, along with “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “We Will Rock You” and “Under Pressure”. All of which will pump you up for your workouts. Just be warned that you may be tempted to sing along to some of your favorite Queen tracks.
7. “Lonely Boy” by the Black Keys
If you don’t remember the song title “Lonely Boy”, after a few seconds of playing “Lonely Boy” you’ll probably recognize this catchy track which took the world by storm when it was first released.
Why is “Lonely Boy” a great workout song? “Lonely Boy” is known for being a track which people can’t help but dance to, so if you need to keep your body moving during your workout, stop what you’re doing and download “Lonely Boy” as soon as possible.
So if you’re on the hunt for new tracks for your workout, simply start creating an upbeat playlist with the tracks listed above!