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Flo Rida & Jason Derulo - "Hello Friday (Owen Norton Remix)" - 128 BPM Ariana Grande - "Into You" - 108 BPM Jess Glynne - "Don't
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This month's top workout songs include a perfect blend of comebacks and collaborations.
Collaborations and remixes reign in this month's top 10 list--with all but one of the tracks being credited to multiple artists.
So what exactly is keeping you from achieving your results? Several things. In fact, you may be shocked to know that there are several things you do before and after your workout that might actually be destroying your progress:
The artists behind this month's top workout tunes could easily pass for the lineup of a great, summer music festival. Kicking
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This month's tops songs provide an excellent mix of college radio favorites, Top 40 hits, and clubland remixes. Starting with the outliers, you've got the latest from guitarless wonders Fitz & The Tantrums and the throwback sound of Ladyhawke.
Moreover, it's spring--when pop's jauntiness returns after months of hibernation. So, it's a great time of year for buoyant beats and an even better time to get outdoors. Here's the full list -- according to the votes logged on workout music site Run Hundred.
This month's top 10 list draws heavily from the Top 40 chart and club scene. While this reliance on pop tunes and big beats might make the list seem one-dimensional at first, there are just enough curve balls to keep it interesting.
Fitness guru Tony Horton has inspired and motivated millions of people to get and stay fit. In this interview, the creator of the P90X reveals his favorite Olympic sport, dishes on his cheat foods, and shares a 5-minute workout.
February's top picks play more like summer workout mix than a winter one -- thanks to a wealth of pop and dance favorites.
In the same way the playlist bridges the musical past and the present, it can also serve as a bridge between the person you were in 2015 and the person you resolved to become in 2016.
The end of the year is plenty hectic on its own -- without additional challenges in the workout music department. So, don't overthink it. Just try a few tracks below, then make a few tracks through the snow.
Autumn is an excellent time to find new workout music.
In a workout playlist, balance is key. Too much familiarity can be boring. At the same time, too much novelty can be jarring. Getting the right ratio often takes a little work, but the songs voted into this month's top 10 list manage the feat naturally.
As summer gives way to fall, let the played out songs in your gym mix give way to some current alternatives. This month's top picks have plenty going for them -- with a variety of genres and tempos represented. Moreover, with just a few new tracks here and there, you can re-energize your whole routine.