Music can stimulate energy, help you keep the morale high and provide you with the extra pang of hormones to keep you going. Music motivates exercise and helps kill any sudden desires to break off from schedule. Here are twenty great songs that can help you out.
1. Snoop Dogg & David Guetta – ‘Sweat’
You will need this track when you are breaking sweat at the gym. With Snoop Dogg’s energy and David Guetta’s foot tapping beat, this is a great way to begin your routine.
2. Imagine Dragons – ‘On Top of The World’
Imagine Dragons is one of the few bands which have actually made a severe impact on music charts.
3. Martin Garrix – ‘Animals’
Martin Garrix is unsurprisingly one of those motivational voices that can power you through. The energy of a beast can be felt through the waves of this track.
4. Daft Punk – ‘I Feel It Coming’
Daft Punk’s ‘I Feel It Coming’ is a perfect start to a busy gym workout. You can also use this track as a cool down accompaniment after a rigorous set.
5. Rachel Platten – ‘Fight Song’
The Fight Song is inspiring, motivational and assertive. You would almost imagine Rachel Platten urging you to carry on with your schedule.
6. Rihanna – ‘Only Girl in The World’
Rihanna does magic with this one – it was even on the top of its charts upon release!
7. Calvin Harris feat. Big Sean – ‘Open Wide’
The most ambitious duo in international music bring you the most enticing song ever.
8. Justin Bieber – ‘Where Are U Now?’
Bieber is good with his music. This track is proof.
9. Shakira – ‘Try Everything’
From the film “Zootopia”, this number by Shakira is quick and melodious.
10. Avicii – ‘Wake Me Up’
You wouldn’t disagree with Avicii’s wonderful musical talent. Try this track if you need to wake up!
11. Walk the Moon – ‘Shut Up and Dance with Me’
Quick beats and foot tapping tempo make this track worth the gym playlist.
12. AC DC – ‘Thunderstruck’
If you think you won’t be able to pull off the exercise today, listen to this one before you reach a decision. You will surely be ‘Thunderstruck’!
13. R. Kelly – ‘The World’s Greatest’
R. Kelly is good at this one – a track which has millions of views online. Add to the list of motivated and get this played in your gym – you will surely perk up and begin moving.
14. Alicia Keys – ‘Girl on Fire
If you’re into something that lets you finish with the same amount of energy with which you began, try this track from Alicia Keys.
15. The Script – ‘Hall of Fame’
The very lyrics of ‘Hall of Fame’ will remind you that you can do it. “And the world’s gonna know your name” is a lovely way to remind you of the goals you have set for yourself when you walked into the gym.
16. Guns N’ Roses – ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’
This chart topper never fails to surprise – it is indeed an amazing track.
17. Imagine Dragons – ‘Believer’
Imagine Dragons often comes up with something so unique, that you would be mesmerized by it. The track ‘Believer’ is one of the best bassists tracks ever.
18. Daniel Bedingfield – ‘Gotta Get Through This’
If you gotta get through the gym schedule, you might want Daniel Bedingfield to give you some positive company. This song is inspiring and energising – there ain’t any fine music anywhere else.
19. David Guetta ft. Sia – ‘Titanium’
Titanium is a song few have not heard of. It has the finest beats, courtesy David Guetta and is long enough to last you through an entire workout.
20. KDA feat. Tinie Tempah & Katy B – ‘Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)’
We often agree that exercise music should be loud, prominent and very catchy. All of these can be found in KDA feat. Tinie Tempah & Katy B’s timeless track – ‘Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)’. Perfect for the treadmill, we would say.
As you see, music in the exercise schedule goes a long way. It not only allows you to continue with new motivation but keeps you happier. So, go ahead and plug in, and let the beats do their magic.