Music can have a massive impact on motivation and energy levels during exercise, so here are 10 workout songs for 2015 that will really help you go the distance.
An uplifting and fast-paced song can do wonders when your motivation starts to drag during exercise. Research has shown that workout songs with a beat per minute count of between 120 and 140 are ideal for repetitive, aerobic exercises, such as running. Those who want to push themselves should aim for songs with a bpm count over 150.
With that in mind, we've created a list of new workout songs for 2015 that will keep you feeling pumped up and raring to go every time you don your trainers…
King by Years & Years - 120 bpm
Sugar by Maroon 5 - 120 bpm
Hold My Hand by Jess Glynne - 123 bpm
Time of Our Lives by Pitbull & Neyo - 124 bpm
Heroes (We Could Be) by Alesso feat Tove Lo - 126 bpm
Make Me Feel Better by Alex Adair - 126 bpm
The Nights by Avicii - 126 bpm
What I Did For Love by David Guetta feat Emeli Sande - 128 bpm
Elastic Heart by Sia - 130 bpm
Gravity by DJ Fresh feat Ella Eyre - 154 bpm
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