This Week’s Best Playlist Round-Up

\n\nReady to get your workout on at your favorite Phoenix gym? Hit the treadmill or spin class with a playlist of the top workout music. The beats will keep your heart pumping and your mind inspired as you work out through session after session. Music is well known for its meditative purposes, so don’t be surprised to find yourself in the workout zone when listening to this hit workout playlists.\n

Getting Going Songs

\nSometimes you need some motivation to get through the door of your Phoenix gym. If you want to have a new mix of workout songs to keep you moving no matter what your exercise groove, consider the following tracks:\n

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  • Ed Sheeran, Rudimental “Bloodstream”
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  • Maroon 5 “Sugar”
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  • Big Data, Joywave “Dangerous”
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  • Kelly Clarkson “Invincible”
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  • Meg Mac “Roll Up Your Sleeves”
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  • Sam Smith “Like I Can”
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  • Charlotte OC “If My House Was Burning”
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  • The Mowgli’s “I’m Good”
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  • Ciara “Overdose”
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  • Robert DeLong “Long Way Down”
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  • OneRepublic “Counting Stars”
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  • Selena Gomez “Come and Get It”
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  • Beyonce “7/11”
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  • Demi Lovato “Neon Lights”
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  • Florence + The Machine “What Kind of Man”
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  • Laura Welsh “Break the Fall”
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Cardio Playlist

\nGet your heart beating and blood pumping with a cardio playlist featuring an energizing mix of top songs and mixed beats:\n

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  • Jason Derulo, Hardwell “Follow Me”
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  • Katy Tiz “Whistle (While You Work It)”
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  • Royal Tongues “The Balance”
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  • Mako, Madison Beer “I Won’t Let You Walk Away”
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  • Martin Garrix, Usher “Don’t Look Down”
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  • La+ch “Crave”
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  • Krewella “Somewhere to Run”
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  • Flo Rida, Robin Thicke “I Don’t Like It, I Love It”
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  • Carly Rae Jepsen “I Really Like You”
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  • Avicii “The Nights”
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  • Kitty, Daisy and Lewis “Whenever You See Me”
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  • Fifth Harmony, Kid Ink “Worth It”
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  • Fences, Ryan Lewis, Macklemore “Arrows”
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  • Tuxedo “Number One”
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  • WALLA “101”
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  • Passion Pit “Lifted Up (1985)”
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  • Walk the Moon “Shut Up and Dance”
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  • Axwell, Ingrosso “On My Way”
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Workout Class Songs

\nIf you are getting involved in an aerobics class, spin session or group of Zumba dancers, then boost your performance with a playlist to get you moving. The following songs will help you stimulate your senses as you work yourself into a sweat:\n

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  • Jack White “Lazaretto”
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  • Avicii “Wake Me Up”
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  • Port O’Brien “I Woke Up Today”
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  • Crystal Fighters “No Man”
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  • Elliphant, Doja Cat “Purple Light”
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  • TV On the Radio “Wolf Like Me”
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  • Electric Guest “This Head I Hold”
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  • Bleachers “I Wanna Get Better”
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  • Peter Bjorn and John “Second Chance”
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  • Dropkick Murphys “I’m Shipping Up to Boston”
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  • Milky Chance “Stolen Dance”
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  • AronChupa “I’m an Albatraoz”
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  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Date with the Night”
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  • Fetty Wap “Trap Queen”
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Power Lifting Playlists

\nThe next time you are headed over to a Phoenix gym to pump some iron take these tracks with you. They will keep your mood lifted as you concentrate on building those muscles. Punch up your power lifting with these songs:\n

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  • Kanye West “POWER”
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  • Big Sean, Lil Wayne “Deep”
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  • DJ Khaled, Kayne West “I Wish You Would”
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  • Limp Bizkit “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)”
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  • B.o.B. “Paper Route”
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  • 50 Cent “Paper Route”
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  • Tyga, Rick Ross “Dope”
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  • Eminem “So Much Better”
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  • Young Buck “Let Me In”
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  • Skrillex, Sirah “Bangarang”
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  • The Game “Dope Boys”
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  • Joell Ortiz, Just Blaze “Battle Cry”
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  • Busta Rhymes “Break Ya Neck”
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  • Tove Lo “Talking Body”
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  • Alesso “Heroes (We Could Be)”
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\nAdd the top tracks to your exercise playlists, while keeping the playlists separate for each type of workout. End the end, you’ll be able to move through multiple tracks without hearing the same songs repeatedly throughout every workout you do. You’ll find yourself getting into moods and zones with the boosting power of the tracks tailored to your specific workout demands. Whether you want to get your body in gear or want to work out in full intensity, there is top workout music on the market that will meet your needs