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Best Workout Music Playlist

best workout music playlistThe best workout music playlist in the world can’t exercise for you, but it can certainly keep you motivated and having fun while you do!

Our workout playlist starts out slow (perfect for your warm-up) before speeding up for the main part of your routine. You’ll then finish up with songs that are excellent for wrapping things up at the end of your workout.

Use the playlist as is or mix in your favorites for a custom-made playlist that will actually make you look forward to working out!

We’ve included each song’s beats per minute, as well as links to listen to samples of each song.

Best workout music playlist

1. One Dance – Drake (104 bpm)

2. Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake (113 bpm)

3. Music – Madonna (120 bpm)

4. Counting Stars – One Republic (122 bpm)

5. We Found Love – Rihanna (124 bpm)

6. Feel So Close – Calvin Harris (128 bpm)

7. People Like Us – Kelly Clarkson (128 bpm)

8. Sexy and I Know It – LMFAO (130bpm)

9. Let It Go – Dragonette (131 bpm)

10. Hate to Say I Told You So – The Hives (135 bpm)

11. Applause – Lady Gaga (140 bpm)

12. Arcadia – Ash (151 bpm)

13. Lonely Boy – The Black Keys (165 bpm)

14. Everybody Talks – Neon Trees (155 bpm)

15. Desiigner – Panda (145 bpm)

16. Radioactive – Imagine Dragons (137 bpm)

17. Bohemian Like You – The Dandy Warhols (132 bpm)

18. Boom Boom Pow – Black Eyed Peas (130 bpm)

19. Right Now – Rihanna & David Guetta (130 bpm)

20. Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 (128 bpm)

21. Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Ext. Remix) – Lana Del Rey & Cedric Gervais (126 bpm)

22. Wake Me Up – Avicii (123 bpm)

23. It’s My Life – Bon Jovi (121 bpm)

24. Lose My Breath – Destiny’s Child (118 bpm)

25. Roar – Katy Perry (90 bpm)

Make sure to pin this so you’ll always have it when you need new workout music ideas!