Continuing on with the posts on my music for workouts, today is all about new songs both loving in general, and working out to. As ever, there’s a red herring song that isn’t quite new. Kudos if you spot it!
Miguel: Coffee. I can’t even tell you how much I am in love with Miguel at the moment. Completely crushing on him like a secondary-school fangirl. This song during a warm up is perfect.
Jason Derulo: Want to Want Me.
FallOut Boy: Uma Thurman
Rixton: We All Want The Same Thing.To transmit you between warm up and the start of a workout. Is it me or does it sound like he’s singing “we all want champagne”?
Walk The Moon: Shut Up and Dance. The video is cringe-worthily cheesy, but it’s great to get you in the zone.
Major Lazer ft. Ellie Goulding: Powerful. Get your energy with this song. It’s not really a song to workout to during a HIIT session, but rather a slow-paced session. Maybe listen to this when using the StairMaster or winding down a workout or run.
Everything Everything: Regret. This is one of the most played songs on my playlist. The steady beat makes it really easy to do a boxing-based session. I love this song for long, steady runs as well.
Enter Shikari: Torn Apart. Play this on full volume. Loud as can be.
Lost Frequencies: Are You With Me.
Circa Waves: Stuck In My Teeth. I don’t know what it is about this song, but I can’t listen to it during a gym session. Durin a long run however, is a different story…
Years and Years: Shine.
David Zowie: House Every Weekend. Have your own party.
Flo Rida ft. Robin Thicke: I Don’t Like It, I Love It.
Taylor Swift: Bad Blood. Your testosterone levels are going to shrivel, but so what? #GirlPower.
Taylor Swift: Blank Space. I’m not going to lie. A few of my friends are having issues with boys at the moment, and Taylor Swift just understands our pain. Great song to get over your boy-related issues in a sweaty gym session.
Justin Timberlake: Sexy Back.
What’s your favourite songs?