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Stay Inspired With These 75 Workout Songs


Stay Inspired With These 75 Workout Songs

If you need more motivation to get fit, here are the 75 best songs to add to your iPod workout playlist to keep you inspired.

There is always an excuse for why we can’t workout…the laundry, grocery store, errands, career, kids’ schedules…and it doesn’t just happen.  Committing to feeling your best inside and out takes dedication and a lot of hard work.

When I put my ipod on and get moving on a sunny day, everything else disappears.  It is my time to think, focus on myself, and take care of my body and spirit.  Running has become my passion, but music can be extremely motivating for whatever exercise you choose.  Part of staying dedicated is zeroing in on why you want to get fit.  There are a myriad of reasons why we finally decide to commit, and it can be extremely personal, reaching beyond the upcoming bikini season.

After the birth of my second child I decided to run a half marathon with my neighbor.  I had never run more than a mile before, but I knew it would be a feasible way to get my body back, and it turned out to be a wonderful experience for me. I came to enjoy many aspects of running, most importantly that I could leave from my house and be done in 30 minutes, knowing that I had a great workout. Race day was exhilarating, the atmosphere charged with excitement and adrenaline. I immediately knew that I would keep running.

Three months after the half marathon, I had a suspicious mole removed. Skin cancer didn’t run in my family, and I truly didn’t think too much of it.  A week later I received a call from my dermatologist telling me that the mole was melanoma, but it wasn’t life threatening “this time” since they caught it early.  Less than a week later I kissed my husband and two young sons goodbye as I was wheeled into surgery to have any excess cells removed and be cleared of melanoma.  The experience was a huge shock to me, scary as anything, and tremendously eye opening. We all know that health is everything, yet sometimes it takes an unfortunate situation such as this one to bring focus to what is really important. I was so thankful that the cancer was caught early, yet I was angry at my seemingly healthy body.

My twin sister called shortly after my surgery to ask me if I would run the Philadelphia marathon with her, and before I could even think about it, I said yes and registered.  I was excited to do something positive with my body and feel confident in my health again.  The marathon was a huge success, truly one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life.  I say it was the fourth best day I ever had, after my wedding and the birth of my children.  I had a smile on my face the entire way, thrilled to my core with what I had trained my body and mind to accomplish.  I felt incredibly happy and healthy, and it was a way for me to put my melanoma scare behind me.

Since then I have run the Houston Marathon, also with my twin sister.  My goal this year is to get my husband running, and for us to accomplish a half marathon together.

There are days I don’t feel like getting up and exercising, but once I turn on my ipod and go, I am always happy I did.  Music is extremely motivating to me, and this Supreme iPod Playlist just may motivate you too on the days when you don’t feel especially energetic. This list is comprised of mostly Top 40 and a tad of cool Country.  I hope these songs appeal to most of you because they make me want to get up and GO!

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Top 75 Workout Songs 

1. 2012 (It Ain’t The End) by Jay Sean

2. Ain’t Nobody by Mary J Blige

3. Beautiful Day by U2

4. Beautiful Soul by Jesse McCartney

5. Blackout by Breathe Carolina

6. Brighter Than The Sun by Colbie Calliat

7. California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg) by Katy Perry

8. Call Me Maybe by Carly Rae Jepsen

9. Can’t Fight the Moonlight by LeAnn Rimes

10. Club Can’t Handle Me (Feat. David Guetta) by Flo Rida

11. Dancing Crazy by Miranda Cosgrove

12. Dangerous by Kardinal Offishal

13. Disturbia by Rihanna

14. Domino by Jessie J

15. Drive By by Train

16. Dynamite by Taio Cruz

17. Evacuate the Dance Floor by Cascada

18. Every time We Touch by Cascada

19. (It) Feels So Good by Steven Tyler

20. Firework by Katy Perry

21. Forget You by Cee Lo Green

22. Give Me Everything by Pitbull

23. Glad You Came by The Wanted

24. Glamorous by Fergie

25. Good Feeling by Flo Rida

26. Good Girl by Carrie Underwood

27. Haven’t Had Enough by Mariania Trench

28. Hold It Against Me by Britney Spears

29. Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani

30. Honey Bee by Blake Shelton

31. Honey Honey from the Mama Mia Soundtrack

31. In My Head by Jason Derulo

32.  International Love by Pitbull

33. It Girl by Jason Derulo

34. Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield

35. Just Dance by Lady Gaga

36. Kissin U by Miranda Cosgrove

37. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.) by Katy Perry

38. Little Red Corvette by Prince

39. Love In America by JTX

40. Moves Like Jagger by Maroon 5

41. Oh Darling by Plug In Stereo

42. On The Floor by Jennifer Lopez

43. Only the Good Die Young by Billy Joel

44. Paradise City by Guns N’ Roses

45. Part Of Me by Katy Perry

46. Price Tag by Jessie J

47. Raise Your Glass (Clean Version) by Pink

48. Rolling In The Deep by Adele

49. S&M Remix by Rihanna

50. Save Me San Francisco by Train

51. Shame on Me by Katrina

52. Something More by Sugarland

53. SOS by Rihanna

54. Starships by Nicki Minaj

55. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) by Kelly Clarkson

56. Stuck Like Glue by Sugarland

57. Summer Nights by Rascal Flatts

58. Super Bass by Nicki Minaj

59. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd

60. Sweetest Thing by U2

61. The Edge Of Glory by Lady Gaga

62. The New Workout Plan by Kanye West

63. The Sweet Escape by Gwen Stefani

64. TiK ToK by Ke$ha

65. Till The World Ends by Britney Spears

66. Turn Me On by David Guetta and Nicki Minaj

67. We Found Love by Rihanna

68. We R Who We R by Ke$ha

69. What Makes You Beautiful by One Direction

70. When Love Takes Over by David Guetta

71. Whenever, Wherever by Shikira

72. Where Them Girls At (feat. Nicki Minaj & Flo Rida) by David Guetta

73. Won’t Back Down by Eminem ft P!nk

74. Your Love Is My Drug by Ke$ha

75. Zero by Smashing Pumpkins

Written by Ali Katz, creator of the fun and informative Daughter-In-Law Diaries.

Here’s Ali with her family after her marathon run.  More proof that music is a great way to stay motivated.  Check out Ali’s Facebook and Twitterpages!

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