10 Best Running Songs in 2023
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How to Find the Best Running Music for Your Workout
Simplify your search for the best running music with these quick tips.
Dredge your iTunes.
If you have an extensive music collection, there may be plenty of undiscovered or forgotten running music right at hand. Find a few of the best running songs in your iTunes (try my list of the Best Running Songs of All Time for suggestions) and click the "Genius" button to have the program create a playlist based off the attributes of that song. You may be surprised by what it finds buried in your music collection.
Make sure to scour all of your old playlists for running music that may be ripe for recycling. While it's easy to get tired of running songs quickly, after a few weeks or months of rest you'll love them like they were brand new.
Delve into the extended catalogs of your best running music artists.
If a band writes one great running song, there's a good chance they can write more. Listen beyond the hits. Take a stack of CDs along with you on long car rides and listen all the way through them, making a note of the best running music that you find. You may just discover some new favorites this way.
Let Pandora or Last.fm do the work for you.
If your search through your music collection comes up empty, it's time to put the internet to work. Programs like Pandora and Last.fm take the same concept that the iTunes Genius uses and apply it to all of the music in their collections. Working on a single song suggestion, they provide you an endless playlist of similar songs. Pick your favorite running song and let the algorithms create a list of similar running music.
Search your past.
The best running music doesn't have to be blaring songs with thumping bass. The point of running music is to take your mind off your workout, so any songs you find that distract you from the sound of your feet on the pavement are songs that should be in your running playlists. The song that was playing when you had your first kiss, your favorite song to hear while cruising around town, and the anthem of you and your spouse all make the best running music. Use them sparingly, though. You don't want to drain the meaning out of them.
For more of the best running music, check out The Top 10 Best Running Songs of All Time and The Best Running Songs of All Time, Classic Rock Edition.