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#FitnessFriday: Whats on My Workout Playlist

Last week, I wrote about how to beat the winter blues when working out. One of the methods I use is an upbeat playlist full of music that I don’t hear on the radio.

This week, I wanted to give you all a peek into what I jam to while pounding the pavement (or treadmill).

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Vacation – Thomas Rhett (137 BPM)
Fire – Brett Eldredge
Lose My Mind – Brett Eldredge (101 BPM)
Shadow – Brett Eldredge
Days Like These – Jason Aldean (184 BPM)
Signs – Brett Eldredge (131 BPM)
Tell Me Where To Park – Brett Eldredge (190 BPM)
Take a Little Ride – Jason Aldean (164 BPM)
Sweet Little Somethin’ – Jason Aldean (101 BPM)
Crazy Town – Jason Aldean (181 BPM)
TKO – Justin Timberlake (138 BPM)
Take Back the Night – Justin Timberlake (107 BPM)
Drink You Away – Justin Timberlake (105 BPM)
Smoke a Little Smoke – Eric Church (194 BPM)
You Can’t Stop Me – Brett Eldredge
Underdogs – Chris Young
Save Water, Drink Beer – Chris Young (136 BPM)
Rock the Boat – Big & Rich
Put the Gun Down – ZZ Ward (105 BPM)
I Like the Sound of That – Rascal Flatts (180 BPM)
Nothin to Lose – Josh Gracin (121 BPM)
Can’t Stop the Feelin’ – Justin Timberlake (113 BPM)
Ex to See – Sam Hunt (150 BPM)
Novocaine – Sean McConnell
All About that Bass – Meghan Trainor (134 BPM)
Getaway Car – Alyssa Micaela
Partition – Beyonce (176 BPM)
Muckalee Creek Water – Luke Bryan (132 BPM)
Free.99 – Courtney Cole
Sirens – Kelsea Ballerini
Copperhead Road – Harley’s Studio Band (164 BPM)
Backwood Bump – Waterloo Revival
Days of Gold – Jake Owen (111 BPM)
Boys from the South – Pistol Annies (137 BPM)
Hush Hush – Pistol Annies (152 BPM)
I Feel a Sin Comin’ On – Pistol Annies (164 BPM)
Hell on Heels – Pistol Annies (132 BPM)

How many of y’all like to work out to one certain genre of music? I obviously am a country music lover, but that also comes with the issue of finding fast enough music. What does your favorite playlist include? Any suggestions?



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