Sometimes, it can be hard to get yourself motivated to work out. All you need is the right songs that can help push you further in your workout. From Bon Jovi to Taylor Swift and Beyoncé to Imagine Dragons, whether you like pop, country, hip hop or rock, this list of the best workout songs will have you fired up. Don't forget to grab your set of earphones or have your portable speaker with you so you can keep the adrenaline going!
1. “God Is a Dancer,” Tiësto and Mabel
God Is a Dancer, a Single by Tiësto & Mabel, is a slice of modern pop mixed with Tiësto's '90s-house-inspired beats. It's appropriate for any workout.
2. “Jungle,” X Ambassadors feat. Jamie N Commons
It is a hand-clap, foot-stomping song with searing guitar from rock band X Ambassadors and the British singer and songwriter Jamie N Commons. It should certainly do the trick at a workout.
3. “Mic Drop (Steve Aoki Remix),” BTS
"MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)" is a full-length edition of BTS's song "MIC Drop (Steve Aoki Remix)." It's one of the hard-hitting tracks from the South Korean boy group released on August 24, 2018.
4. “Giant,” Calvin Harris feat. Rag’n’Bone Man
“Giant” is the first 2019 single from Scottish DJ Calvin Harris and his first collaboration with Rag'n'Bone Man. It's backgrounded by bold horns and a soulful beat, a perfect song for hitting the gym with.
5. “Trampoline,” SHAED feat. ZAYN
Trampoline, a Single by American Indie pop trio Shaed and Zayn. Released 26 September 2019 on Photo Finish. It's a dance-pop track that's heavy on the down-beat.
6. “Jump” by Van Halen
"Jump" is one of the best classic rock songs, written and recorded by the American rock group Van Halen. “Go ahead and jump! Might as well jump!” Pure motivation!
7. “It's My Life” by Bon Jovi
“I ain't gonna be just a face in the crowd. I just wanna live life while I'm alive.”Live your life to the fullest. This is a perfect song for running
8. “Beautiful Life” by Ace of Base
"Beautiful Life" is a song by Swedish band Ace of Base (covered by The Just Dance Kids in-game), which was released in October 1995. “You can do what you want, just seize the day.”
9. “Firework” by Katy Perry
Firework, a Single by Katy Perry. It is an awesome song full of substance, inspiration, and hope, which was released on 26 October 2010 on Capitol.
10. “Don't Start Now,” Dua Lipa
Don't Start Now, a Single by Dua Lipa, released 31 October 2019 on Warner. It is a pop single with gym-ready in its beat.
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“…Ready for It?” Taylor Swift
“Don’t Stop the Music,” Rihanna
“I Don’t Care,” Ed Sheeran feat. Justin Bieber
“My Oh My,” Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby
“Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift
“Partition” by Beyoncé
“Eye of the Tiger,” Suvivor
“POWER,” Kanye West
“Dance Monkey,” Tones and I
“Vossi Bop,” Stormzy
“Wake Me Up,” Avicii
“Believer,” Imagine Dragons
“On My Way,” Tiësto feat. Bright Sparks
“Sicko Mode,” Travis Scott