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With P3 players and digital music downloads becoming predominant in the 2000s, the playlist decision making process has become increasingly difficult. Here are 10 great song ideas from the last decade for use in any workout scenario.
Gnarls Barkley - Crazy: This song is just the right tempo for a quick treadmill warm-up or some light stretching. The pop-beat and smooth-sounding musical accompaniment set a great pace and are sure to get you into the mood for the work you have ahead of you. (St. Elsewhere, 2020)
LCD Soundsystem - Time to Get Away: Pretty much any song from LCD Soundsystem's album "Sound of Silver" would make for a great addition to your exercise playlist, but I think that this song takes the cake for pre-workout festivities. Not too fast, not too slow, just right. (Sound of Silver, 2020)
Pump It Up!
Jump into your workout with high octane tunes! Rev up your energy with songs that have some attitude built in for good measure.
PInk- Get This Party Started: For anyone who has heard this song it is obvious why it is the optimal "get up and go" tune for any workout. Whether your running, walking, cycling or weight lifting, the excitement of this tune is contagious and guaranteed to make you want to work even harder at whatever activity it is that you are doing. (Missundaztood, 2001)
Muse- Uprising: Great bass lines + fightin' lyrics = must have workout music. You can't help but want to push yourself harder when listening to this song. The bonus? The music runs 5:04 long, and never leaves you wanting. By the time the last lyrics are done, you'll be ready to conquer the hardest workout of your life. (The Resistance, 2020)
Outkast- Hey Ya: Even if you would not be caught dead dancing around with reckless abandon, this song will have you contemplating the possibility. This epitomical song of 2003 had the masses shaking it "like a Polaroid picture", and it is definitely going to add some bounce to your step whenever it blasts through your ear buds. (The Love Below, 2003)
Fallout Boy- This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race: Have fun with the great beat in this song! The lyrics are slightly repetitive, which is a good thing for working out. (Infinity on High, 2020)
Keep It Going!
Musical motivation will keep you pushing through your mid-workout slump. Make sure to select the right songs!
Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl: Follow the lead- take control and use a little sass to push yourself some more. You're not a hollaback girl! You make the rules! (Love Angel Music Baby, 2005)
Destiny's Child- Survivor: This song pretty much screams "keep going!" as you near the end of your workout. Just be sure to obtain the version that doesn't add the tiny a cappella segment at the end that proclaims "I will survive by being bootylicious!" in ear shattering frequencies. (Survivor, 2001)
Getting your heartbeat back to normal and taking the time to stretch is just as essential as the rest of your workout. Take some time to unwind and treat your ears to a little relaxation.
Corinne Bailey Rae- Put Your Records On: This sweet song is whimsical and happy, and is sure to accompany your post-workout endorphin surge quite well. (Corinne Bailey Rae, 2005)
Mika- Happy Ending: This song's lyrics are a little sad, but the composition is amazing. The calm, methodical melodies will make stretching worthwhile. (Life in Cartoon Motion, 2020)