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New Year, New Workout Playlist

New Year, New Workout Playlist

Science has told us that music is the best workout partner that you’ll find. Music has been proven to reduce pain, increase motivation and focus, help you keep pace, and put you in a great mood. With all these benefits, it’s in your best interests to pop in those buds and crank up the tunes. With the New Year now at hand, ditch those old tunes and compile a set list that is indicative of your goals. Download these tracks in order to boost your performance.

Anderson .Paak – Come Down

Walking into a gym can be a pretty daunting experience. Depending on which gym you choose to use flexible your gym pass with you’ll find characters of all different shapes and sizes. Mitigate your fears by bopping your head to a funky little tune from Anderson .Paak. Adequately named, Come Down, Paak gives you the funky motivation you need to stay strong throughout your workout.

Bruno Mars – 24k Magic

There’s something about working out that makes you feel like a king. What better song to complement your mood than this triumphant Bruno Mars tune. With a steady pace throughout, this jam is perfect for any exercise that relies on timing. Your crunches, push-ups, lifts and running will all be enhanced with the help of a little Bruno Mars.

Beyonce – Formation

A healthy dose of bass never hurt anyone right? Beyonce pairs a killer instrumental with empowering lyrics to lift you up through your workout. No matter if you’re lifting 2 kilogram weights or 20, when you have Beyonce in your ear you’ll no doubt feel like the fittest person in the room.  

Fetty Wap – Make You Feel Good

Remember that Fetty Wap guy? Wap’s back at it again having recently released a host of club approved bangers. Make You Feel Good, is a two-minute thumper that’ll give you a little extra motivation when you’re starting to feel the effects of your workout.

RL Grime- Core

Core, is one of those songs that needs to be kept on a leash. The most common side-effect of playing Core, is going Super Saiyan. Do not play this jam while running in the park or beach. Be sure to turn on, tune in, and Core out when in a confined environment with weights around so that you can give your newfound powers an outlet.

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Joe Sherman

Joe is a keen gym-goer, footballer and cyclist. He has a passion for the latest fitness trends and marketing.