Ok, just because Fall is right around the corner, doesn’t mean we have to totally give up on our workouts. Seriously, the turn of the season is no reason to get lazy, NYGals. However, we do understand that sometimes it’s hard to make your way out of bed on those cold mornings. That’s why we have compiled the ultimate list of music tracks that will help you get up and get moving.
Workouts don’t have to be total torture when you have great music blasting through your earbuds. Take it from us- these tunes will motivate you to finish that squat, run the extra mile, and add another rep into your set.
Here are 33 music tracks for your workout:
Eye of the Tiger by. Survivor
Ok, obviously we had to put this Rocky anthem on the list. If you aren’t picturing yourself running up and down a large set of stairs while blasting this tune, then you’re doing it all wrong!
Gonna Make You Sweat by. C+C Music Factory
Hi, is this a workout or a total hip dance party? Either way, you’ll be sweating running, dancing, and jumping to this beat.
What’s My Age Again? by. Blink-182
Feelin’ a little punky? This classic Blink-182 song makes for the perfect workout music. You’ll be singing along, so you won’t even realize how long you’ve been running.
Don’t Stop Believin’ by. Journey
There’s nothing like a classic song to motivate you to keep going. Seriously, you’ll have to wait for the song to be over until you call it quits.
Hey Ya! by. Outkast
This upbeat Outkast hit is the best workout music for a dance combo or a high-intensity run. It’s non-stop high-energy beat is what zumba-lovers dream about.
Seven Nation Army by. The White Stripes
Oh yeah, another classic! Who can say ‘no’ to The White Stripes? This motivational workout music has to make it onto your playlist.
Don’t You Worry Child by. Swedish House Mafia
If you want something a little more modern that has a nice flow, then this Swedish House Mafia song is the ideal choice for your workout music.
Coming Home by. Diddy
We absolutely love this song ever since it came out. And, it’s a great song to consistently jog to. No major ups and downs just a great tune with some killer rap.
Baby Got Back by. Sir Mix-A-Lot
Girl, if you’re working on your squats, then this classic rap song should be on your workout music playlist. It will motivate you to get that booty bigger and better.
You Dropped A Bomb On Me by. The Gap Band
What can we say? We love the beat that this song has to offer. The 80s disco vibes will keep you moving and grooving throughout your entire workout.
I Love It by. Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX
Remember that episode of Girls where Hannah is ripping it up in the club to this song? Well, that’s how we imagine your workout should be like…minus the drugs. But, keep the sweat!
Scream & Shout by. Will.i.am ft. Britney Spears
When this song came out it was a total dance anthem in all the NYC bars. Years later, it’s the perfect choice for a workout song.
I Gotta Feeling by. The Black Eyed Peas
Need some workout music for a high-intensity workout? The Black Eyed Peas have got you covered.
Sleepyhead by. Passion Pit
Passion Pit is like a hidden gem that workout junkies love because of their consistent electronic flow. This is a song perfect for a long run. Just keep it on replay!
Bulletproof by. La Roux
This song is all about power. So, why wouldn’t we want to workout to this tune? Feeling powerful can make you totally kill a workout! Say ‘goodbye’ to sleeping in!
Alive by. Krewella
A good workout can make you feel alive. And, you need the right workout music to accompany that. That’s where this song by Krewella comes in.
212 by. Azealia Banks
If you want to feel like a bad b*tch in the gym, then you better have 212 on your workout playlist.
One More Time by. Daft Punk
As the song says, “one more time” you’ll feel motivated to keep lifting and squatting. You can’t stop until the song stops!
Pump Up the Jam by. Technotronic
This pump-up song is the perfect workout jam for a HIIT routine. You’ll feel energized and happy. Seriously, who can hold back a smile when this song is on?
Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) by. Beyonce
Of course, we had to put our Queen Bey on here. If you want a confidence booster this workout song has got you covered.
Push It by. Salt-N-Pepa
Salt-N-Peppa will make you want to push your limits with this classic workout song. Don’t hold back!
Talk Dirty by. Jason Derulo
We love the fun beat Derulo gives us in this workout song. Also, it will make you feel sexy. Plus, the trumpet solo is super fun.
Hideaway by. Kiesza
This song is great overall. We haven’t stoppped loving it since it came out. And, it’s the ultimate running song.
Dancing On My Own by. Robyn
Robyn never seems to let us down. So, of course, we had to include one of her most famous songs on our list. Dance, run, skip, jump, on your own!
Shake it Off by. Taylor Swift
Yes, Tay, we love you. And, we love that you gave us this great cardio workout music to shake to.
Mama Say by. Betty Who
If you haven’t started listening to Betty Who, then you are way behind on the times. Start with this one. It’s ideal for those devilish squats.
Welcome to the Jungle by. Guns N Roses
We had to add a few more classics on here. So, Welcome to the Jungle made the list because it’s tough and will surely push you to finish your run.
Another One Bites the Dust by. Queen
You certainly don’t want to bite the dust. This workout music will keep you going and going long after you’ve tired out.
Lose Control by. Missy Elliot
Missy Elliot is a true motivator. And, if you can’t keep up with her, then you best get out of the gym!
Little Lion Man by. Mumford & Sons
This great tune by Mumford & Sons is ideal for that workout wind-down.
Sexy Back by. Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake always makes us feel sexy. That’s why we added him to this ultimate workout playlist.
Runnin’ Down A Dream by. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
RIP Tom Petty. But, thank you so much for giving us this motivational workout music that we can’t help but sing along to.
Dancing in the Dark by. Bruce Springsteen
You don’t have to be dancing to enjoy this workout music, but it doesn’t hurt to shake it a little to this classic Springsteen song!