The Workout Playlist

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  I NEED music in order to run. I’m sure it’s possible for me to run without it, but I’m not gonna like it, and it won’t be easy. My playlist has evolved over the past 8 years. Some songs have stuck (“Get Me Bodied”) and some are brand new (“Survival”). 
  I’ve found that there are some songs with a negative/angry vibe that I just feel miserable running to. Those get cut or skipped over quickly. I need a solid fast beat and the longer the song is, the better. My favorite on this list is “WORKOUT!” by ALL CAPS. It’s long, has a good beat, it’s interesting to listen to, and it’s powerful. It’s the best when I’m really struggling.
  So here is my really long Workout playlist!

“My Girls”- Christina Aguilera (Feat. Peaches)
“Don’t Want You Back”- Backstreet Boys
“Total Hate 95”- No Doubt
“Do your Thing”- Basement Jaxx
“Get Me Bodied”- Beyonce
“Gold Trans Am”- Ke$ha
“Shut Up”- Black Eyed Peas
“Technologic”- Daft Punk
“Do Something”- Britney Spears
“Woohoo”- Christina Aguilera (Feat. Nicki Minaj)
“Oh Yeah”- The Cliks
“Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”- Daft Punk
“Gimme More”- Britney Spears
“Cascade”- Deluka
“Straight Through My Heart”- Backstreet Boys
“Fixin to Thirll”- Dragonette
“Fergalicious”- Fergie
“Jump Around”- House of Pain
“If”- Janet Jackson
“Blow”- Ke$ha
“Up all Night”- One Direction
“Bulletproof”- La Roux
“Boyz”- M.I.A.
“Hella Good”- No Doubt
“CrushCrushCrush”- Paramore
“Thinking of you”- Ke$ha
“Come with Me”- Puff Daddy
“Some Girls”- Rachel Stevens
“S&M Remix”- Rihanna (Feat. Britney Spears)
“Excuse Me Mr.”- No Doubt
“What You See is What You Get”- Save Ferris
“Buttons”- Pussycat Dolls (Feat. Snoop Dogg)
“Bobblehead”- Christina Aguilera
“Internet Connection”- M.I.A.
“Jai Ho!”- A.R. Rahman (Feat. Nicole Scherzinger)
“Want You Back”- Cher Lloyd
“C’mon”- Ke$ha
“Closer”- Tegan and Sara
“Born For This”- Paramore
“Dirty Love”- Ke$ha (Feat. Iggy Pop)
“Hello”- Karmin
“Crazy Bitch”- Buckcherry
“Red Hot Kinda Love”- Christina Aguilera
“Your Body”- Christina Aguilera
“Bad Girls”- M.I.A.
“I Wanna Go”- Britney Spears
“Call On Me”- Eric Prydz
“Live While We’re Young”- One Direction
“Survival”- Muse
“Scream and Shout”- Will.I.Am. (Feat. Britney Spears)
“End of Time”- Beyonce
“When Love Takes Over”- David Guetta (Feat. Kelly Rowland)

Do you HAVE to listen to music when you workout? If not, what do you do to keep yourself going? What are your “Go To” songs? 


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