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The Top 10 Workout Songs For February 2017

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Remixes rule the gym this month--with half the month's top tunes falling into that camp. To that end, you can find slower tracks from John Legend and Britney Spears getting a little more oomph in the process. Similarly, already brisk tracks--including the latest from The Chainsmokers and Fifth Harmony--become epic workout jams in remixed form.

Sia's aptly-titled "Move Your Body" falls somewhere between two worlds. The single version featured below hasn't been reinvented entirely, but it does sound tighter than the original. (Plus, as a side note, the song was originally written for Shakira. So, it features the abundant energy you'd expect from one of her singles.) For all the month's remixes--and the new singles that accompany them--here's the full top 10 list--according to the votes logged on workout music site Run Hundred.

  • Rascal Flatts - "Yours If You Want It" - 113 BPM
  • Britney Spears & Tinashe - "Slumber Party (Bad Royale Remix)" - 70 BPM
  • The Chainsmokers & XYLO - "Setting Fires (Sigma Remix)" - 122 BPM
  • John Legend - "Love Me Now (Armand Van Helden Remix)" - 125 BPM
  • Imagine Dragons - "Believer" - 125 BPM
  • Fifth Harmony - "That's My Girl (Boaz van de Beatz Rework)" - 105 BPM
  • Ed Sheeran - "Shape of You" - 96 BPM
  • Clean Bandit, Sean Paul & Anne-Marie - "Rockabye" - 102 BPM
  • Maroon 5 & Kendrick Lamar - "Don't Wanna Know (Ryan Riback Remix)" - 103 BPM
  • Sia - "Move Your Body (Single Mix)" - 128 BPM

Check out this month's top 10 workout songs on Run Hundred:

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