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10 Great Workout Songs

Updated on November 2, 2015

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10. What So Not- Gemini ft. George Maple

This is an Australian band of the Electronic genre. They formed in 2011 and are still around today, though it is said that one of the members will be leaving the band in 2015. This song has a really nice flow that will keep you in the motions during resistance training and/or cardio.

9. Rumor Mill- Rudimental ft. Anne-Marie & Will Heard

There isn't a lot of information about this band except that it's an awesome beat. It really gets you into a dancing (working out) mood. This is the number nine spot and it is well worth a listen!

8. Fetty Wap- 679 ft. Monty

Have to give it up for Fetty. This guy pops out of nowhere and BAM famous. Nevertheless this is the number eight pick for the top 10 list. Great beats, awesome flow. Personally I enjoy this for lower body days, but nevertheless it is a cool, hip song to get down and sweaty to.

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7. Robin Schulz- Prayer in C

This song is a great one. While working out to this song listen closely to the lyrics and find out what you hear! The upbeat pump this song has is idealistic for workouts.

6. The Chainsmokers - Roses ft. Rozes

This American band began in 2012 in New York City and they hit it off pretty well. That is why this song lands on the number six spot. It really gets your movements into sync while working out. This is definitely a great tune to get you going.

5. Selena Gomez- Good for You ft. A$AP Rocky

This low tone great bass song is hitting up at the halfway mark. The number 5 out of 10, the ex of hat Bieber guy. Great song for working out because the lyrics line up with the reasoning of working out. To look good and fly.

4. DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge- You know You Like it

A United Kingdom based band here. This peppy song will get you off the couch and into the gym with in a few seconds of it beginning. Great beats, fantastic flow and perfect for pumping the weights.

The Top 3

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3. Major Lazer- Lean On ft. MO & DJ Snake

Now you definitely should have expected this song to be listed. Blow a kiss baby! Fire your guns in the gym. But this is definitely a good song to jam out to with the ear buds. It's got the krunk we crave when making those final pushes.

2. Deorro & Chris Brown- Five More Hours

This is a great blend of R&B, electro, and dance. Your brain will be swimming in electrical impulses from neurons. This is the reason it hit second place in the top 10 workout songs. Gives you mental images of partying and what comes with partying comes endurance. Because if you have really partied then working out to this song will give you all the motivation you'll need.

1.Nicky Romero & Krewella- Legacy

This is THE best song for working out. The beats, rhythm, and construction of the song itself is all where it needs to be when you are working out. It's great for upper body workouts, especially ab days, and we all know working those abs is not exactly the funnest thing to do. This song will get you through the rough tribulations of core workouts!

Summary

Now we all know this list is not for everyone. People have different thoughts, ideas, and/or tastes when it comes to music. I would implore you all to, at the very least, give them a listen. Not to advertise the artist's music, but you will all find out that you really do like a lot of these songs and that they are exactly what you were looking for, as far as music goes, working out, staying healthy and safe while in the gym. As you see majority of the music is in the dance, electronic, pop genres. Providing Fetty Wap, which is obviously in the Hip-Hop genre. If you have any thoughts, questions, or concerns please leave a comment! We can all come together and make a fantastic list for future workouts!

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