Here is out suggested playlist of the “Top 10 best workout songs” you can use to pump up at the gym.Music has a mysterious ability to motivate us in the gym. The right music can help make a monotonous workout very enjoyable! The benefits of music impact several areas. Peppy beats can inspire especially while chugging uphill or during the last few minutes of a demanding workout efficiency and concentration.
Upbeat music can help increase speed, strength and stamina but the soothing qualities of classical tones can help reduce heart rates, blood pressure and also result in lower perceived physical exertion.
Music in the 120-140 beats-per-minute (BPM) range is best for most aerobic exercise because it most closely matches the average person’s heart rate. One should start off with a slower BPM and rising as your intensity increases. Beginners should ideally stick to songs with a 125 to 140 BPM (beats per minute), while the more athletic could opt for a 162 to 168 BPM. Moreover, mixing the pace will help you get the best workout.
Check out this list for best workout songs for August! Great songs for cross fit, running, lifting, spinning and any other workout you may want to try out! You’re sure to find some new songs to add to your shuffle!
Best workout songs for the gym, let’s start with number 10!
Tonight I’m Getting over You (Remix) by Carly Rae Jepsen having 126 BPM is great workout music for boxing and running.
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody by Fergie with 130 BPM is great for all kinds of exercise.
Love You Like A Love Song by Selena Gomez has 128 BPMs and is great workout music for boxing and running.
Almost Easy by Avenged Sevenfold has 174 BPMs and is great workout music for cycling and lifting.
The Other Side by Jason Derulo was 128 BPMs and is great workout music for boxing and running.
My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark by Fall Out Boy has 152 BPMs and is great workout music for Cycling, Lifting and Running.
Live My Life by Far East Movement ft. by Justin Bieber has 105 BPMs and is great workout music for warming up or cooling down.
Blurred Lines by Robin Thicke has 120 BPMs and is great workout music for running.
Play Hard by David Guetta (R3hab Remix) has 120 BPMs and is great workout music for Running
Get Lucky Daft Punk feat by Pharrell Williams has 116 BPMs and is our top pick because it’s good—and extremely versatile. Good for spin, zumba, aerobics as well as crossfit.
So put on your earphones and start running!