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100 Best Workout Songs

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The Best Dance Workout Songs

Bouncy beats that move your feet (115 to 130 beats per minute)

"California Gurls" - Katy Perry, featuring Snoop Dogg (125 BPMs)

California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) - California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) - Single

"22nd Century" - Kelis (130 BPMs)

22nd Century - Flesh Tone

"Red Light" - Alina (115 BPMs)

Red Light - Red Light - Single

"Morning After Dark" - Timbaland, featuring Nelly Furtado and SoShy (118 BPMs)

Morning After Dark (feat. Nelly Furtado & SoShy) - Shock Value II

"Only Girl (in the World)" - Rihanna (126 BPMs)

Only Girl (In the World) - Only Girl (In the World) - Single

"We No Speak Americano" - Yolanda Be Cool and DCUP (125 BPMs)

We No Speak Americano - We No Speak Americano - Single

"Lovers n' Fighters (Original Mix)" - Kruse & Nuernberg (124 BPMs)

Lovers N' Fighters (Original Mix) - Lovers N' Fighters - Single

"Commander" - Kelly Rowland, featuring David Guetta (125 BPMs)

Commander (feat. David Guetta) - Commander (feat. David Guetta) - Single

"Go Ape (Live from the Cherrytree House)" - Far East Movement (128 BPMs)

Go Ape (Live from The Cherrytree House) - Go Ape (Live from The Cherrytree House) - Single

"Hey, Hey (Vandalism Remix)" - Dennis Ferrer (128 BPMs)

Hey Hey (Vandalism Remix) - Hey Hey

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mdnitecreepr wrote:

was hoping to see an actual LIST that I could browse for new music to add to my library. I can't use Spotify at work due to network restrictions. oh well.

3/31/2014 11:13:29 AM Report Abuse
fakecountry wrote:

Press Down by Hunter is my go to song. Incredibly motivating. Actually the entire album is great.

12/1/2013 03:09:45 PM Report Abuse
mjchapko1 wrote:

This list blows... It is play lists like this which drive away more clients of fitness centers than the quality/availability of equipment. The music on this and similar lists are for those who think a long term commit to working out is anything beyond 6-8 weeks.

12/18/2012 12:46:33 PM Report Abuse
sharonschisler wrote:

Great list! Always looking for new music to stay active! to

10/28/2012 03:42:30 AM Report Abuse
egavulic wrote:

These ad Choices are most ANNOYING! They don't close!

10/17/2012 10:17:15 AM Report Abuse

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