Looking for some music to add to your workout play list. Check out Run Hundred’s February List.


Zedd & Foxes – Clarity – 129 BPM

Ke$ha – C’mon – 125 BPM

Bridgit Mendler – Ready or Not – 94 BPM

Martin Solveig & Dev – We Came to Smash – In a Black Tuxedo – 132 BPM

Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding – I Need Your Love – 128 BPM

Rihanna – Diamonds (Congorock Remix) – 126 BPM

Icona Pop & Charli XCX – I Love It (Cobra Starship Remix) – 130 BPM

Conor Maynard & Ne-Yo – Turn Around – 128 BPM

Kelly Clarkson – Catch My Breath (Cash Cash Remix) – 128 BPM

Ke$ha, Juicy J, Wiz  Khalifa, Becky G – Die Young (Remix) – 128 BPM

To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at RunHundred.com.  You can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era – to find the music that best fits with your workout!

What are your recent song favorites?


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* Run Hundred song list is posted with permission


  1. The Lion, The Beast, The Beat – by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals!

  2. Thank you for these! Some of my top ones right now:

    R.I.P. – Young Jeezy and 2 Chainz
    Boom I Got Your Boyfriend – MC Luscious
    I Stand Alone – Theophilus London

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Great link! I always need new music!
    My faves right now are:
    It’s Time – Imagine Dragons
    I’m The Best – Nicki Minaj
    Shake Senora – Pitbull

  4. I have a question for you…..
    Do you take or train with walk breaks? If so, what do you do? Thanks!

  5. I don’t. When I first started running I would run too fast, then be tired and have to walk. After I had my daughter I was determined to break this habit so I slowed down the pace and kept running. Occasionally if I am running with friends I will stop when they stop, but if I am alone I will not stop at all. I think the run/walk method can work but I think once you start training for a time goal, walking should be eliminated as much as possible. Of course there are exceptions to this….. One of the ways I dropped my marathon time from a 4:20 to a 3:36 was by walking less in training, which means I walked less during the race. Now when I race marathons, I don’t stop, no matter what. Hope this helps!!

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