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10 Songs You Need on Your iPod for Your Workouts

Published on April 17, 2012 by in Just for fun

Music can serve as a motivator to get you going with your workouts. People often say that certain types of music “pump them up”. A lot of workout videos give you the option of silencing the provided music on the DVD so you can choose the music that you want to play while you’re gettin’ your sweat on. So whether you are popping in a DVD, going for a jog, or hitting the stationary bike, here are 10 MUST HAVE songs for your workout playlist.

10. John Tesh – “Forever More (I’ll Be the One)”

9. Vanilla Ice – “Ice Ice Baby”

8. Hanson – “MMMBOP”

7. Eddie Murphy – “Party All the Time”

6. Roseanne Barr – “Star Spangled Banner”

5. William Shatner – “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds”

4. The Cheeky Girls – “The Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum)”

3. Justin Bieber – “Baby”

2. Kevin Federline – “PopoZão”

1. David Hasselhoff – “Our First Night Together”

Get these songs ASAP get put a little fire in your fitness! Play it on “shuffle” mode and “repeat” and you might want to work out for hours.

 
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4 Comments  comments 
Anne says:

Interesting^^

Glen says:

LOL. On a serious note; I really do like working out to my own music, especially when weight training. I like a wide variety of music from country to classical to punk. Hard rock, metal, and punk rock get me going for workouts. You can find Penny wise, AFI, Face to Face, Rise Against, and maybe a little Metallica on my workout playlist.
How about you? What would you add to the list above? What’s REALLY on your playlist?

Michael Reynolds says:

I was like WTF … LOL I thought wow that’s the list . I know that someone out there must get it to those jams. I know music and working out with some music can change the whole vibe.

Scott says:

I listen to music or audio books when running, elliptical, etc., but not during video workouts. As long as I’ve been doing them, I still prefer to just listen to the trainer. And seriously, is that your playlist :) I thought you were serious at first. I’d prefer metal for my X routines.

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