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Put Some Spring in Your Step with These Workout Playlist Upgrades

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 4/20/15 12:36 PM

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If you feel like you've been hibernating all winter, it's not always the easiest thing to get motivated to exercise, but having some great new tunes to work out to can always boost your spirits and put you in the right frame of mind. With the help of Run Hundred--a popular polling site for workout music--we put together a selection of excellent workout playlists that will put some spring in your step and help you get moving. The songs featured in these playlists have a good variety of tempos to suit practically any workout, and the styles and genres represented can accommodate a wide range of musical tastes. So let's get ready to rock!

The 20 Most Popular Workout Songs for Spring 2015

This playlist upgrade features the hottest workout songs for the 2015 spring season. Enjoy the positive vibes, upbeat tempos and fun vocals of these contemporary hits:

1. Kid Rock - First Kiss (132 BPM)
2. Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good (123 BPM)
3. Deorro & Chris Brown - Five More Hours (128 BPM)
4. Jason Derulo - Want to Want Me (115 BPM)
5. Madonna - Living for Love (Dirty Pop Remix) (129 BPM)
6. Zedd & Selena Gomez - I Want You to Know (130 BPM)
7. Ricky Martin - Adios (128 BPM)
8. Carly Rae Jepsen - I Really Like You (122 BPM)
9. Ariana Grande - One Last Time (126 BPM)
10. Jack U & Kiesza - Take U There (Missy Elliott Remix) (80 BPM)
11. Jennifer Lopez - Feel the Light (78 BPM)
12. Avicii - The Days (127 BPM)
13. The Magician & Years and Years - Sunlight (Radio Edit) (122 BPM)
14. Owl City - Umbrella Beach (136 BPM)
15. David Guetta & Sam Martin - Lovers on the Sun (126 BPM)
16. Royksopp - Running to the Sea (123 BPM)
17. Queens of the Stone Age - My God is the Sun (160 BPM)
18. Mr. Probz - Waves (Robin Schulz Radio Edit) (120 BPM)
19. Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix, DVBBS & Aleesia - Gold Skies (128 BPM)
20. Imagine Dragons - I Bet My Life (Alex Adair Remix) (117 BPM)

Popular Workout Songs from the 1990s

Take a trip to the not-so-distant past with this playlist of 15 popular workout-ready songs from the 1990s that will definitely get your blood pumping.

1. Spice Girls - Wannabe (110 BPM)
2. C + C Music Factory - Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) (115 BPM)
3. Quad City DJ's - C'mon n' Ride It (The Train) (135 BPM)
4. Dave Matthews Band - What Would You Say (120 BPM)
5. Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do (120 BPM)
6. Mary J. Blige - Real Love (95 BPM)
7. Snap! - The Power (110 BPM)
8. Montell Jordan - This is How We Do It (104 BPM)
9. Gloria Estefan - Turn the Beat Around (130 BPM)
10. House of Pain - Jump Around (120 BPM)
11. No Doubt - Just a Girl (108 BPM)
12. Technotronic - Move This (124 BPM)
13. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit (119 BPM)
14. Soul II Soul - Back to Life (101 BPM)
15. Robin S. - Show Me Love (121 BPM)

Popular Workout Songs from the 1980s

The 1980s were a decade of extremely diverse music, so there are plenty of gems to pick from as far as great workout music is concerned. Here are 15 popular songs from the 1980s that will provide some great theme music for your workouts. 

1. Survivor - Eye of the Tiger (108 BPM)
2. Wang Chung - Everybody Have Fun Tonight (129 BPM)
3. The Go-Go's - We Got the Beat (151 BPM)
4. Billy Ocean - Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car (116 BPM)
5. Run DMC - It's Tricky (128 BPM)
6. Lionel Richie - All Night Long (116 BPM)
7. Kenny Loggins - Danger Zone (158 BPM)
8. Katrina & the Waves - Walking on Sunshine (110 BPM)
9. Duran Duran - Hungry Like the Wolf (129 BPM)
10. M/A/A/R/S - Pump Up the Volume (113 BPM)
11. Donna Summer - She Works Hard for the Money (137 BPM)
12. Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me (124 BPM)
13. Michael Jackson - Billie Jean (117 BPM)
14. Prince - Let's Go Crazy (99 BPM)
15. Van Halen - Jump (129 BPM)

 

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