All I find myself doing these days is dreaming of warmer weather. Music is about the only thing getting me through long runs – that and thinking about laying out on the beach sometime in the near future. If you need some new music to help you make it through your runs – check out this top 10 list from RunHundred!


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“Remixes rule in this month’s workout music round-up. Exactly half of the songs voted into the top 10 appear in re-worked versions. As always, this is a blessing for folks in search of musical inspiration, since these uptempo updates take existing gym favorites and accentuate their beats and momentum.

Songs getting a makeover include the latest from from Gwen Stefani, a club anthem from David Guetta, and the three way collaboration between Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea, and Pitbull. Meanwhile, the other half of this month’s list includes a Taylor Swift song you might recognize from a Target commercial, a Fall Out Boy track that pays tribute to a scene from Pulp Fiction, and the follow-up to Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne’s breakthrough hit “Rather Be.”

By combining new music from Top 40 regulars and updated versions of recent hits, this month’s list strikes a fine balance between fresh and familiar sounds–both of which will come in handy when you’re ready to get moving.

Here’s the full list, according to votes placed at Run Hundred–the web’s most popular workout music blog.”

Gwen Stefani – Baby Don’t Lie (Kaskade & KillaGraham Remix) – 100 BPM

Taylor Swift – Style – 95 BPM

Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea & Pitbull – Booty (Bali Bandits Remix) – 129 BPM

Robin Schulz, Lilly Wood & The Prick – Prayer in C (Robin Schulz Radio Edit) – 123 BPM

Fall Out Boy – Uma Thurman – 149 BPM

Jessie J & 2 Chainz – Burnin’ Up (Aero Chord Remix) – 100 BPM

Kelly Clarkson – Heartbeat Song – 74 BPM

Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne – Real Love – 125 BPM

David Guetta & Sam Martin – Dangerous (David Guetta’s Banging Remix) – 128 BPM

Pitbull & Ne-Yo – Time of our Lives – 124 BPM



To find more workout songs, you can check out the free database at You can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with your particular workout  routine.


Want even more music to add to your playlist? Check out these older posts on Mile Posts:


* Run Hundred song list is posted with permission


  1. oh how i love a taylor swift song on a workout mix!

  2. Good suggestions! I need some updates

  3. What kind of music do you prefer to run to? Pop, Rock, Alternative, Hip Hop? I like mostly uptempo music, but I gravitate to the 90’s for Rock and Alternative.

  4. Just when my run playlist was getting stale. Thanks!

  5. I would add Long Train Running – 120 BPM

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