As you continue to work towards your fitness goals for the year, you may find that your workout music is no longer motivating you. Motivational music s what helps you remain committed to your fitness goals and daily workout routine.
Today we wanted to feature the top workout songs that will motivate you to get your exercises done in style while feeling absolutely fabulous. Each of these workout songs to motivate you have been handpicked from the best fitness gurus out there in the world.
“FU,” Miley Cyrus feat. French Montana
This tune will certainly get you moving and the entire album is full of music from Miley Cyrus that will keep you motived. Featuring music that falls into a variety of genres such as country, pop, and rap this will surely help get you moving on a day when you’re not feeling that workout routine.
“My Oh My,” Camila Cabello feat. DaBaby
Camila has some pretty awesome songs that can get you up and move with ease, but nothing compares to “My Oh My”. This track is a little slower than what you may select for motivational workout music, but it really helps set the mood and keeps you moving.
“Raising Hell,” Kesha feat. Big Freedia
Kesha always has the best songs that you can easily sing along to. This track, “Raising Hell” features a fabulous bouncy bass that will help continue moving during a tedious workout routine.
“God Is a Dancer,” Tiësto and Mabel
This fast-paced track will keep you bouncing and moving around during your workout. “God is a Dancer” provides you with a motivational rhythm that will have you ready to work out all day long, but don’t’ do that. You shouldn’t work out all day long.
“Don’t Stop the Music,” Rihanna
This 2007 song features the best combination to get you motivated to push through that workout! The bassline and directness of this song by Rihanna just makes you want to keep moving from the start to the end of the song.
“Jungle,” X Ambassadors feat. Jamie N Commons
“Jungle” will make you want to clap your hands and stomp your feet as you enjoy a remix of an old classic song. The beat goes along with Queens’s song “We Will Rock You” and simply put, makes you want to move!
“Survivor,” Destiny’s Child
Another older song that always motivates the body to get up and get moving, “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child. This song is the perfect workout song to have when you’re just about to give up on your exercise routine. Destiny’s Child will help inspire you to keep pushing through during your workout time.
Now that we’ve featured the top workout songs to motivate you, it’s time to put these into your workout playlist. Having these songs within your workout playlist will ensure that you’re able to keep motivation strong during the entire duration of your daily workout routine.