Top 50 Songs To Add To Your Workout List

woman doing sports outdoorsHere is a list of 50 songs  to add to your workout playlists.

According to www.active.com you should select songs that will match the tempo of your heart rate.  I mean who doesn’t love a good song when they are working out?  Sometimes one good song really gets you going!

Top 50 Songs to Add to Your Workout Playlist

50. Counting Stars by OneRepublic: 122 bpm
49. Get Lucky (Featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers) by Daft Punk: 116 bpm
48. Rock and Roll by Led Zepplin: 169 bpm
47. Wake Me Up by Avicii: 125 bpm
46. Love Shack by B-52’s: 134 bpm
45. We Got the Beat by The Go-Go’s: 152 bpm
44. Dark Horse (Featuring Juicy J) by Katy Perry: 133 bpm
43. Fight for Your Right by Beastie Boys: 135 bpm
42. Catch Hell Blues by The White Stripes: 97 bpm
41. Take Back the Night by Justin Timberlake: 109 bpm
40. The Pretenders by Foo Fighters: 172 bpm
39. Janglin by Edward Sharpe + the Magnetic Zeroes: 124 bpm
38. Talk Dirty (Featuring 2 Chainz) by Jason Derulo: 125 bpm
37. Roar by Katy Perry: 180 bpm
36. Timber (Featuring Ke$ha) by Pitbull: 130 bpm
35. Turn Down for What by DJ Snake and Lil Jon: 100 bpm
34. On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons: 100 bpm
33. Can’t Hold Us (Featuring Ray Dalton) by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis: 146 bpm
32. In the Air Tonight by Phil Collins: 95 bpm
31. Hearts on Fire by John Cafferty: 136 bpm
30. Yeah! (Featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris) by Usher: 105 bpm
29. Good Vibrations (Featuring Loleatta Holloway) by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch: 128 bpm
28. Bootylicious by Destiny’s Child: 104 bpm
27. Eye of the Tiger by Survivor: 109 bpm
26. Love in An Elevator by Aerosmith: 92 bpm
25. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) by Dead or Alive: 128 bpm
24. Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses: 126 bpm
23. Lose Control by Missy Elliot: 125 bpm
22. Farewell Ride by Beck: 82 bpm
21. Scentless Apprentice by Nirvana: 94 bpm
20. Shot Me Down (Featuring Skylar Grey) by David Guetta: 128 bpm
19. Pump Up the Jam by Technotronic: 126 bpm
18. Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield: 132 bpm
17. Work B**ch by Britney Spears: 128 bpm
16. Black Betty by Ram Jam: 117 bpm
15. More Than a Feeling by Boston: 114 bpm
14. Renegade by Styx: 105 bpm
13. U Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer: 133 bpm
12. Rock N’ Roll All Night by Kiss: 142 bpm
11. The Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band: 135 bpm
10. You Really Got Me by Van Halen: 139 bpm
9. The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy: 138 bpm
8. Born to Be Wild by Hinder: 146 bpm
7. Blurred Lines (Featuring T.I. and Pharrell) by Robin Thicke: 120 bpm
6. Give It Away by Red Hot Chili Peppers: 183 bpm
5. Livin’ on the Edge by Aerosmith: 169 bpm
4. Beat It by Michael Jackson: 139 bpm
3. Dancin’ With Myself by Billy Idol: 176 bpm
2. Thriller by Michael Jackson: 117 bpm
1. Gonna Fly Now by Bill Conti: 96 bpm

What’s your favorite workout song?

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