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Music can take you to…wherever you want actually. And it is the best partner while working out, since it motivates you and has a positive influence as well. This is because while listening to music your brain concentrates on the music and is diverted away from thought of fatigue and effort to maintain high levels of workout intensity, it can actually reduce the perception of how hard a person is working by 10%, so turn up the volume to kill the tiredness!

If you think music is very personal, I completely agree. But here is a combination of the professionals playlists, the main trainers, who work out for a living shared their motivation with you so you can set you mind for maximum workout intensity.

100 best workout songs

1. TNT” – AC/DC
2. “Walk This Way” – Aerosmith
3. “Dirty Little Secret” – The All-American Rejects
4. “So What’cha Want” – Beastie Boys
5. “Loser” – Beck
6. “Crazy in Love” – Beyoncé
7. “Don’t Phunk with My Heart” – Black Eyed Peas
8. “Wonderful Person” – Black Masses
9. “No More Drama” – Mary J Blige
10. “You’re Beautiful” – James Blunt
11. “Under Pressure” – David Bowie
12. “I Want Candy” – Bow Wow Wow
13. “Right Now” – Garth Brooks
14. “Gonna Make You Sweat” – C&C Music Factory
15. “We Belong Together” – Mariah Carey
16. “Ridin'” – Chamillionaire
17. “Since U Been Gone” – Kelly Clarkson
18. “Feelin’ Alright” – Joe Cocker
19. “Yellow” – Coldplay
20. “Testify” – Common
21. “Absolutely Not” – Debra Cox
22. “Dreams” – The Cranberries
23. “She Sells Sanctuary” – The Cult

24. “One More Time” – Daft Punk
25. “Groove Is In the Heart” – Deee-Lite
26. “Jumpin’ Jumpin'” – Destiny’s Child
27. “Whip It” – Devo
28. “Rio” – Duran Duran
29. “Get Ur Freak On” – Missy Elliot
30. “Lose Yourself” – Eminem
31. “Unspeakable Joy” – Kim English
32. “London Bridge” – Fergie
33. “In Da Club” – 50 cent
34. “The Rockafeller Skank” – Fatboy Slim
35. “Happy” – Fischerspooner
36. “DOA” – Foo Fighters
37. “Take Me Out” – Franz Ferdinand
38. “Hemorrhage (in My Hands)” – Fuel
39. “Solsbury Hill” – Peter Gabriel
40. “We Got the Beat” – The Go-Go’s
41. “Feel Good Inc” – Gorillaz
42. “Hair of the Dog” – Guns N’ Roses
43. “The Love” – Sammy Hagar
44. “Numb/Encore” – Jay-Z and Linkin Park
45. “Bonnie & Clyde” – JayZ and Beyoncé
46. “I Love Rock ‘n Roll” – Joan Jett
47. “Someone Saved My Life Tonight” – Elton John
48. “Pull Up to the Bumper” – Grace Jones
49. “Touch the Sky” – Kanye West
50. “Mr. Brightside” – The Killers
51. “I Go To Work” – Kool Moe Dee
52. “Where Are We Runnin'” – Lenny Kravitz
53. “Why” (remix) – Annie Lennox
54. “Snap Yo Fingaz” – Lil Jon
55. “Rollin'” – Limp Bizkit
56. “I Alone” – Live
57. “Mama Said Knock You Out” – LL Cool J
58. “8th World Wonder” – Kimberley Locke
59. “Everybody’s Screaming” – Lost Prophets
60. “Sorry” – Madonna
61. “Ray Of Light” – Madonna
62. “No Woman No Cry” – Bob Marley
63. “Harder to Breathe” – Maroon 5
64. “For Whom the Bell Tolls” – Metallica
65. “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough” – Michael Jackson
66. “We Are All Made of Stars” – Moby
67. “This Is How We Do It” – Montell Jordan
68. “Made You Look” – Nas
69. “Ride Wit Me” – Nelly

70. “It’s My Life” – No Doubt
71. “Ready, Steady, Go” – Paul Oakenfold
72. “The Way You Move” – Outkast
73. “Temperature” – Sean Paul
74. “Evenflow” – Pearl Jam
75. “Runnin'” – Pharcyde
76. “Get the Party Started” – Pink
77. “When Doves Cry” – Prince
78. “Hot Ride” – Prodigy
79. “Don’t Cha” – Pussycat Dolls
80. “Life Is a Highway” – Rascal Flatts
81. “Run Away” – Real McCoy
82. “Pon de Replay (Hey Mr. DJ)” – Rihanna
83. “It’s the End of the World As We Know It” – R.E.M.
84. “Eye of the
85. “Start Me Up” – Rolling Stones
86. “The Seed” – The Roots
87. “Love’s Divine” – Seal
88. “Sleepwalking” – Seven Mary Three
89. “Hips Don’t Lie” – Shakira
90. “Cherub Rock” – Smashing Pumpkins
91. “It’s Beginning to Get to Me” – Snow Patrol
92. “Born to Run” – Bruce Springsteen
93. “Hollaback Girl” – Gwen Stefani
94. “Pump Up the Jam” – Technotronic
95. “SexyBack” – Justin Timberlake
96. “El Segundo” – A Tribe Called Quest
97. “Mysterious Ways” – U2
98. “Jump” – Van Halen
99. “Seven Nation Army” – White Stripes
100. “Livin’ for the City” – Stevie Wonder

 
 
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