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Get Your Groove On With This '70s Workout Playlist

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If you're looking to get some great throwbacks into your daily routine, why not have the 1970s waiting for you when you get to the gym? We dare you not to get down to these '70s gems, where rock was at its peak and disco brought out what was arguably the best in fashion and dance moves. Those vibes will carry you through your run or weightlifting session in perfect form.

Michael Jackson, The Clash, Bowie, Springsteen and Stevie Wonder are all waiting to have you fully immersed in your gym time (though we won't tell if you keep jamming long after your sweat session is done). Follow Shape X Fitness on Spotify for more soundtracks for your sweat sessions, from '90s hits and R&B to a playlist just for Beyonce fans. Happy sweating!

 

 

"September" – Earth, Wind & Fire

"Don't Stop Til You Get Enough" – Michael Jackson

"Walk This Way" – Aerosmith

"Hooked On A Feeling" – Blue Swede

"Born to Run" – Bruce Springsteen

"Superstition" – Stevie Wonder

"Carry on Wayward Son" – Kansas

"Barracuda" - Heart

"Don't Bring Me Down" – Electric Light Orchestra

"Black Betty" – Ram Jam

"London Calling" – The Clash

"Dirty Deeds Don't Dirt Cheap" – AC/DC

"Spirit In the Sky" - Norman Greenbaum

"Hold the Line" – Toto

"Brown Sugar" – The Rolling Stones

"Surrender" - Cheap Trick

"Sweet Emotion" – Aerosmith

"Rock and Roll" - Led Zeppelin

"Disco Inferno" – The Trammps

"Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)" - The Hollies

"Some Kind of Wonderful" – Grand Funk

"My Sharona" – The Knack

"Lust for Life" - Iggy Pop

"Rebel Rebel" – David Bowie