A workout can go from level 1 to level 10 all by the music you listen to. It is all about driving progressions, upbeat sounds and charging beats that make you want to pick up the pace. Seriously, who wants to lift weights to Aerosmith ‘Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’, leave that to sappy nights in bed. (Mental note: that song makes a lot of people cry.) Moving along – I personally like to check out Run Hundred for new music to workout to. Plus it gives you the BPM (beats per minute), incase you like faster songs while you are running or biking and a bit slower songs for heavy listing.
To keep my workouts effective by constantly keeping lively music playing in my ears I turn to Run Hundred and it tells me the top 10 workout songs of the month.
Here is a list of the current top 10 songs to add to your next workout playlist!
#10 – Iggy Azalea – Mo Bounce – 107 BPM
#9 – Betty Who – You Can Cry Tomorrow – 106 BPM
#8 – Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson – Just Hold On (Attom Remix) – 107 BPM
#7 – Katy Perry & Stephen Marley – Chained To the Rhythm (Hot Chip Remix) – 115 BPM
#6 – Maroon 5 & Future – Cold (Hot Shade & Mike Perry Remix) – 100 BPM
#5 – Yellow Claw, DJ Snake & Elliphant – Good Day – 104 BPM
#4 – Mura Masa & Charli XCX – 1 Night – 113 BPM
#3 – Gorillaz & Jehnny Beth – We Got the Power – 150 BPM
#2 – Lorde – Green Light – 129 BPM
#1 – Ed Sheeran, Nyla & Kranium – Shape of You (Major Lazer Remix) – 106 BPM
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