I love blasting music while I work out. The music energizes me, makes me want to move my body. Whether free style dancing, or following any circuit training, good music keeps me pumped up to work up a nice sweat. So here are the top 10 energizing songs in English to listen while working out from my own iTunes collection.
# “Telephone” by Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
# “Single Ladies” by Beyonce.
# “Sway” by Pussycat Dolls.
# “California Girls” by Katy Perry.
# “London Bridge” by Fergie.
# “Glamorous” by Fergie (Great for weight training routines).
# “Don’t Phunk With My Heart” by Black Eyed Peas.
# “Tik Tok” by Kesha.
# “Sugar” by Flo Rida.
# “Runaround Sue” by Dion (pretty old, but it’s a real peppy number).
And that’s not all. I am not partial to English songs. I love Hindi music too. In fact, I always mix my English and Hindi music to create an effective music list for my workout. And here are the top 10 energizing songs in Hindi from my iTunes collection to listen while working out:
# “Uff Teri Ada” from “Karthik Calling Karthik”.
# “Behke Behke” from “Aisha”.
# “Sheila Ki Jawaani” from “Tees Maar Khan” (Jokes apart, this number has a good thumping beat for an intense workout).
# “Heyy Babyy” from “Heyy Babyy”.
# “Nobody Like You” from “Mission Istanbul”.
# “Shut Up And Bounce” from “Dostana”.
# “Wake Up Sid” from “Wake Up Sid”.
# “Twist” from “Love Aaj Kal”
# “Sexy Lady” from “Race”.
# “Tha Kar Ke” from “Golmaal Returns”.
Yeah, some of these songs are old, but hey, these keep me pumped up during the entire workout. Sometimes I don’t even realize the time while working out. You can use these songs to create your own music list to listen while you’re working out. Whether brisk walking, or weight training, all these songs can keep you company while you’re working up a good sweat.
Time just flies away while listening to good music, don’t you think so? If you love listening to music in general, why don’t you try listening to music while working out? You won’t be looking at the watch to keep track of time while you work out, and trust me, you’ll enjoy a more intense and complete workout. Try my collection as starter ideas for your own music list.
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