Tie those sneakers and stretch your hamstrings because you are about to break a satisfying sweat to these tracks.
Here’s a comically motivational song to get your booty to the gym, “Kanye’s Workout Plan” by Kanye West. Thanks to Kanye’s Workout Plan I’m the Envy of All My Friends… (I just had to!)
Now, here are my (serious) picks for the beginning, middle and end of your indoor or outdoor workouts.
Warm Up, with these gradually paced songs.
“Outshine“ (Nigel Good Remix) by Myon & Shane 54 with Natalie Peris
“Float” (Sound Remedy Remix) by KO KO
“Que Veux Tu” (Madeon Remix) by Yelle
“Doses & Mimosas” by Cherub
“Electric Chapel” (Two Door Cinema Club Remix) by Lady Gaga
“Teenage Crime” (Axwell Remix) by Adrian Lux
“I’m Yours Tonight” (feat Brenton Matthews & Lambert McGaughy by Televisor
“Alone” (Au5 & Fractal Remix) by Singularity
“Where I’m Going” by Cut Copy
Middle or Peak of Workout, these fast tempo tracks are best for the treadmill or the height of your workout routine.
“Call On Me” by Eric Prydz
“Age of Concent” by New Order
“Reasons” by NERVO & Hook N Sling
“Always Alright” by Alabama Shakes
“Live Like A Warrior” (Richello Remix) by Matisyahu
“Animals” by Martin Garrix
“Come & Get It” by Krewella
Cool Down or Recovery, slowing things down here for the end of your workout. “The immediate time after exercise is essential to muscle and tissue repair, strength building and overall recovery.” – Five Ways to Cool Down After A Workout
Alright, the countdown begins. Good luck with your spring break bodies and don’t forget to budget in study time for finals.