10 Workout Songs to Kick Your Cardio into High Gear

If you’re like most people, then you probably do a good bit of your exercising with headphones in.  Listening to music has become the norm, as many say it helps them power through a workout, or provides that extra motivation to finish strong.

The right music can definitely make a workout more enjoyable, but there’s more to the story. There have been numerous studies that show listening to music while exercising can increase endurance byas much as 15 percent.  This goes to show that where the mind leads, the body will follow!

While everyone gets their groove on to different music, there is a freesite available that gives you the most popular workout songs, ranked by over 40,000 people across the country.  Here are the top 10 for the month of June:

Pitbull & G.R.L. – Wild, Wild Love – 120 BPM

Imagine Dragons – On Top of the World – 100 BPM

Ariana Grande & Iggy Azalea – Problem – 103 BPM

Avicii – Addicted to You (Albin Myers Remix) – 128 BPM

John Legend – All of Me (Tiesto’s Birthday Treatment Remix Radio Edit) – 128 BPM

Afrojack & Wrabel – Ten Feet Tall – 126 BPM

3LAU & Bright Lights – How You Love Me – 128 BPM

Janelle Monae – What Is Love (Walden Radio Edit) – 127 BPM

Crazibiza, Dave Aude & Vassy – Hustlin’ (Radio Version) – 124 BPM

Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne – Rather Be – 122 BPM

Try a few of these tunes during your next workout session. You may find they’re just what you need to push on through and get the results you’re looking for!

*BPM= Beats Per Minute. Songs should typically be between 120-140 BPM, but varies according to the type of exercise.