What's on Your Workout Playlist?

I love a good playlist.  What I love even more?  A playlist so invigorating, so captivating song after song, that I can listen to it in its entirety without skipping a single song.  However, the challenging piece is, I'm not a huge music buff.  I'm that girl who can sing along decently to the chorus of top 40, but rarely do I know the name of the song or artist off the top of my head.

So I need your help... I need some suggestions as my workout playlist is slightly underwhelming.  I'm looking for fast-pace, high-energy songs.  

What's in your workout playlist?

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11 comments

Your Southern Peach said...

Lots of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry! I'm guilty of rarely updating my playlist very frequently. I think I'm ready for some new songs too.

Chrissy + Nate said...

Katy Perry is very catchy! Also the song "We Are Young" by fun is pretty invigorating, makes you want to change the world- ha!

Katherine said...

Florence and The Machine. Florence's voice is so powerful and I feel like it gives me energy when I'm running!

alaina said...

speaking of FUN "we are young" ....i did an awfully hard up hill run this week and the only reason I made it to the top without stopping was because of this song! i second the feeling of it making you want to change the world ;).... I also enjoy running to anything by mumford and sons.
oooh, this is great, i'm always looking for new running music! will check back for other comments for sure!

Erikizzle said...

Can't think of any off the top of my head- I've been listening to non-stop country recently.

I listen to 8tracks.com a lot for song inspirations :)

Lea said...

Anything by PINK, and "Keeps Getting Better" by Christina Aguilera!

Robyn said...

Katy Perry-a bit of Britney 'Circus', Queen, the ting tings, bit of Brice S Florence and the machines - basically sing aloud stuff.

i'm always looking for stuff too!

Kerri Lynne said...

I love listening to Beyonce's Countdown on my morning walks with my dog! Also, I love to just plug in Pandora on my iPhone and listen to stations like Lykke Li and The Blow. Looking forward to what other suggestions you get :)

Vanessa said...

So funny, I've been meaning to do the same post! I'm still working on perfecting my perfect playlist for running, but I really love to work out to Kanye, Britney and David Guetta. I love all kinds of music, but when working out I find only fast-tempo music will do!

Twaddlemonster said...

Kelly Clarkson's Stronger. Always gets me to the top of a hill!

Eminem - Lose Yourself, as well.

rooth said...

I run without music - isn't that weird? I've been too lazy to plug in my iPod and update it