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20 Of The Best Country Workout Songs

Updated on May 20, 2014

Using Music

Working out with music is an easy way to make the time pass faster. It keeps you moving and often times motivated to keep pushing through the workout. If you are a country music lover, those songs tend to be slower, sad and not good for workout use. However, there are a few good ones out there to use.

Personally, seeing as country music is my favorite genre, I believe that it does a body and mind good.

According to run2rhythm, there are many benefits of running with music.

  • cadence control

  • stimulates speed to reach goals

  • helps maintain a breathing pattern

  • puts you in a zone

  • helps muscles relax during long runs

What type of workout music do you use?

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Top 20 Songs

  1. Donkey- Jerrod Niemann
  2. Somethin' Bad- Miranda Lambert (feat. Carrie Underwood)
  3. Don't Put Dirt On My Grave- Hayden Panettiere (Nashville Cast)
  4. It'z Just What We Do- Florida Georgia Line
  5. Song About A Girl- Eric Paslay
  6. Little Miss Crazy Hot- LoCash Cowboys
  7. Mama's Broken Heart- Miranda Lambert
  8. Drunk On A Plane- Dierks Bentley
  9. Lay It Down- JT Hodges
  10. Red- Taylor Swift
  11. Chainsaw- The Band Perry
  12. Last Name- Carrie Underwood
  13. This Car- Cassadee Pope
  14. Get Up- Cole Swindell
  15. Tippin' Point- Dallas Smith
  16. Where Its At- Dustin Lynch
  17. Dayum Baby- Florida Georgia Line
  18. That's My Kinda Night- Luke Bryan
  19. A Thing About You- Hunter Hayes
  20. Heart Of Dixie- Danielle Bradbery


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