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Top 20 Workout Songs for 2012 (January & December)

Daughtry (one of my favorites) checks in with stripped down rocker. The Downtown Fiction try a pop/punk version of Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass.” Rihanna gets the remix treatment. Grouplove pop up from under the rader with a buoyant, crossover hit. Udpate your playlist with this eclectic mix to help you stay motivated this month. You’ll sweat to the latest Usher/Ludacris hit. Further mixing things up are Taylor Swift‘s flirtation with dubstep and two different takes on the same song by Flo Ridaand Bingo Players. Also collaborating this month are Irish rockers The Script and Will.I.Am from Black Eyed Peas. And Ke$ha trades dance grooves for straight bass.

  • Lady GaGa – Marry The Night – 132 BPM
  • Rihanna – We Found Love (Cahill Club Remix) – 128 BPM
  • Avicii – Levels – 126 BPM
  • Avicii – Silhouettes – 129 BPM
  • Flo Rida – I Cry – 126 BPM
  • Fun. – Some Nights – 110 BPM
  • Calvin Harris & Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing – 127 BPM
  • PSY & MC Hammer – Gangnam Style / 2 Legit 2 Quit – 131 BPM
  • Grouplove – Tongue Tied – 113 BPM
  • Daughtry – Renegade – 157 BPM
  • Bingo Players – Cry (Just a Little) – 128 BPM
  • Taylor Swift – I Knew You Were Trouble – 77 BPM
  • The Script & Will.I.Am – Hall of Fame – 87 BPM
  • Hot Chelle Rae & New Boyz – I Like It Like That – 104 BPM
  • Mary J. Blige – Ain’t Nobody – 107 BPM
  • The Downtown Fiction – Super Bass – 118 BPM
  • Ludacris, Usher & David Guetta – Rest of My Life – 129 BPM
  • Gavin DeGraw – Not Over You – 71 BPM
  • Ke$ha, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, T.I. & Andre 3000 – Sleazy Remix 2.0 – 86 BPM
  • One Direction – Kiss You – 90 BPM

According to AskMen Magazine – top 10 guy workout songs:

  • No.10 Wolfmother – “Joker & The Thief”
  • No.9 Puff Daddy (featuring Notorious B.I.G.) – “Victory”
  • No.8 Metallica – “Master Of Puppets”
  • No.7 Kanye West – “Stronger”
  • No.6 Fort Minor – “Remember The Name”
  • No.5 Daft Punk – “Harder Better Faster Stronger”
  • No.4 AC/DC – “Thunderstruck”
  • No.3 LL Cool J – “Mama Said Knock You Out”
  • No.2 Eminem – “Till I Collapse”

And < drum roll please >

No.1 Survivor – “Eye of the Tiger“

Yes the other anthems from Rocky were nominated but, as corny as it is, “Eye of the Tiger” was the favorite among them. Not only among Rocky themes, but among all workout songs you guys like this Survivor song best. It’s hard to believe that 28 years later, “Eye of the Tiger” is still motivating men to get into Rocky shape. You’ll have to thank Stallone for this one, and not just because he’s Rocky, but because he commissioned the writing of this song when he couldn’t get permission to use Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust” for Rocky III.

I’ll note that Olivia Newton John’s “Let’s Get Physical” didn’t make it 🙂


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