November 28, 2016

What’s Your Workout Jam?

By Ashlie Smith


I don't know about you, but music is very important in my workout routine. Especially on those days that I am feeling extra tired or unmotivated, I need those certain songs to jump-start myself. Of course, my songs change every few weeks, but it's fun to find a new favorite and run a little faster or jump a little higher whenever it comes on. I tend to stick with either the latest pop/ hip-hop songs or 90s hip-hop.

What about you? What is your top song or genre of workout music? What gets you movin' and groovin'?

Need some musical inspiration? Below is a compiled list of some of the DAHLC group fitness instructors' favorites when it comes to motivating songs!

• The Phoenix – Fall out Boy
• My Body – Young the Giant
• Swampthing – Pegboard Nerds
• Lucky Strike – Maroon 5
• Raise Your Glass – Pink
• Fight Song – Rachel Platton
• Survivor  - Destiny’s Child
• Applause – Lady Gaga
• Get Lucky – Daft Punk
• Salute – Little Mix
• Run The World – Beyoncé
• A Little Party Never Killed Nobody – Fergie
• Timber – Ke$ha
• Anything and Everything by Pitbull
• Mona Lisa OverDrive – Juno Reactor
• Benedictus – Brainbug
• Black and Gold – Marcussen Version
• I'm All Shook Up – Elvis
• Don’t Cha – Pussycat Dolls
• Confident – Demi Lovato
• We Run The Night – Havana Brown & Pitbull
• Hello World – Aloe Blacc (cool down)
• Geronimo – Sheppard
• Push it to the Limit by –Corbin Bleu
• Lord of the Dance – Ronan Hardemon (Lord of the Dance Soundtrack)
• Brave – Sarah Barellies
• I lived (Red Remix) – OneRepublic
• Superheroes – The Script
• Cake by the Ocean – DNCE
• House Tabata - Coach
• Spotify – Mood Booster Playlist & Pop Chill Out Playlist

Let's get movin'!

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