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Moisture-wicking workout gear? Supportive sneakers? Heart-pumping playlist? Not so fast. Sorry, T. With a plethora of options, which should you choose the next time you hit the pavement: motivational music or the latest podcast? The right lineup of songs can keep you going strong throughout a hard workout. One study that analyzed auditory-motor synchronization and the motivational impact of music found that music with a prominent and consistent beat could encourage runners to move more quickly, and that running to a specific tempo helped improve their energy level and oxygen intake over time. However, some runners say they burn out faster if their pump-up song is quicker than they can run or if they get bored and tune out. Keep in mind a song of about beats per minute would average out to approximately a 9-minute and second mile.
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Los Angeles. By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! Whether you love running with all your heart or only take to the pavement begrudgingly, it's the dance party playlist in your ears that can make or break your workout. We've found the very best running songs to keep you going mile after mile in the gym or on the hiking trail. Maybe a Thanksgiving Turkey Trot or a neighborhood fun run to start, then a 5K or a 10K, or even a half or full marathon. Survivor wrote the track in specifically for Sylvester Stallone's theme song in Rocky III , so its association with athleticism and ass-kicking is a given. The next race you run, just watch what happens to the athletes around you when the opening chords of the song blast from the speakers. And kung-fu kicks.
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Whether you love running with all your heart or only take to the pavement begrudgingly, it's the dance party playlist in your ears that can make or break your workout. We've found the very best running songs to keep you going mile after mile in the gym or on the hiking trail. Maybe a Thanksgiving Turkey Trot or a neighborhood fun run to start, then a 5K or a 10K, or even a half or full marathon. Survivor wrote the track in specifically for Sylvester Stallone's theme song in Rocky III , so its association with athleticism and ass-kicking is a given.

The next race you run, just watch what happens to the athletes around you when the opening chords of the song blast from the speakers. And kung-fu kicks. Probably some dance moves. Some people run for fitness. Others run for fun really.

Regardless of what motivates you to lace up, most runners learn pretty quickly that knocking out some miles on foot is a great opportunity to work shit out in your head. If nothing else, the beat and the hook make the blocks pass by quickly. This grungy, distorted rapcore tune, off 's Ill Communication , gets your heart racing whether you're running or not, making it a go-to track for really pushing your pace.

It's easy to imagine running from the cops—or toward some mayhem—with the Boys yelling in your ears, and the steady beat and frantic turntable scratches don't hurt either. Young Brit Jake Bugg looks like he could be your kid brother. This, friends, is your sprint song. Philly-based artist Santigold always gets our blood pumping, and in she collaborated with another, equally badass lady singer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O, to create this beat-heavy anthem. It's got swagger, it's got drive, and it's perfect for busting out a quick half-mile or for furiously running in place—whichever you're in the mood for.

Sometimes during a run, you're just trying to keep a steady pace and a smile on your face. Not every track has to be an angry sprint or a power anthem. CCR's single has both a steady beat and a laid-back vibe, making it the song you'll turn to when you're trying to remember why the hell you went running in the first place. This track builds momentum effortlessly, just like a run on a good day. And speaking of which, the chorus is literally urging you to run, fast.

Florence might annoy the crap out of you, and this song was definitely overplayed for multiple years, but it's nevertheless energetic and uplifting in a way that gives you wings, whether you're running or not. One of the best parts of running is getting lost in your thoughts, the movement, the music—and we can't think of a more fun song to distract ourselves with. In Bowie's own words: let yourself go!

It's kind of an awful song though by far the best on the album , but who cares? Now get to work, bitch. Jesus had great abs. You never see a depiction of the guy without a six pack. Unfortunately most of us cannot rely on carpentry and fishing as a fitness regime, but leave it to Yeezus to turn sermonizing and suffering into an arena sport.

This personal and, yes, mildly egotistical plea, arguably West's greatest song, doubles as an anabolic steroid. It makes you feel ten feet tall. It puts length in your stride. Hut one two! Pete Townshend's track originally written for the band's second rock opera, which was eventually scrapped is a crashing rock anthem with an instrumental buildup that's perfect for setting your pace—and your mindset—before the beat drops.

Although it's about the desolation and wasted potential of drugged out teens, the song is strangely uplifting—not to mention easy to run to. Oh, and getting wasted on running is totally a thing. Ever heard of runner's high? Costello's single may seem a bit subdued especially given its refrain , but the beat is so perfect for a steady running pace that we could literally do miles with it on repeat. It's poppy enough to keep us light on our feet, and gets a bolstered chorus and set of chords just when we're getting lazy.

It also happens to be about releasing sexual frustration, which running is great for though admittedly not as great as, er, pumping it. When Lemmy fires up that rumbling bass intro—the aural equivalent of exhaust fumes bellowing out of a tailpipe—sitting still ceases to be an option. You've got to move, and while an obnoxious Harley hog might be the most appropriate mode of transportation, your feet will do just fine.

So let Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor's hellhound gallop set the pace, and get off your arse. Kanye makes no bones about lifting the hook of Daft Punk's robot-disco anthem "Harder Better Faster Stronger" for his jacked-up tune.

As you're running along, questioning the meaning of life and asking what this is all for, take a lesson from Ye, who, despite the seemingly effortless borrowing, obsessed over the single's mixing and production.

It's a process, people! Banks' track has a good beat, for sure, but it's her rapping style that drives the song—and us while we're running to it. There's an undeniable attitude in the music, the artist and her practically lazy, swear-laced threats that makes us want to get up in someone's face and fight—even if in reality we're just pounding the pavement. Okay, we'll agree that running and dancing are two very distinct ways of moving our bodies.

But this track—and most LCD songs in general—blur the lines and make your run feel like a party. It's easy to keep your feet moving for the fast-paced four minutes, but if you find yourself flagging, pretend those antagonistic panda furries from the music video are after you with spraypaint and eggs.

If you need a little motivation to get you from the point of warming up i. Its starting-block intro rumbles with pent-up energy, before a starter-pistol explosion hurls you into your running zone. On to the next one! Is your pace lagging? Feeling a little drained? Perhaps there's a hill ahead. Don't worry—this much-loved hit from the Postal Service hits the sweet spot of running cadence.

Just watching Keith Moon drum takes your breath away—it's impossible to imagine sustaining that level of gonzo energy for an entire song, let alone a gig. Slip this opening cut from the Who's sophomore album, A Quick One , into your running mix and hopefully some of that manic force transfers to your limbs. Bounding along to Moon's splashy racket keeps those knees high, those arms pumping… okay, yes, sometimes we air drum while jogging. Get into the headspace of Bruce's nameless protagonist: stuck in turnpike traffic with everyone else who's trying to flee the same depressing Jersey town, trying to sweet talk Wendy who's actually probably doing just fine thanks very much.

It's about as frazzled and out-of-sorts as the Boss gets, a state of mind that mirrors how you're feeling right before the runner's high kicks in. This track—the band's most successful single here in the U. Or foot, rather. The song is like a mini-workout in itself, with a slower and more subdued midsection to give your legs a break before picking back up and compelling you to fly through the very last second. Sudanese percussionist and Yeasayer, Caribou collaborator Ahmed Gallab jumped out of the solo career starting blocks with this slice of confectionary Afrobeat.

The secret to the best jogging music is that it's interchangeable with great dance music. Nothing Gallab has made in the years since this debut has matched its irresistibility—but nothing has to. He's earned a place on every running mix.

Really, most classic California driving songs—their pop sound usually equated with cruising down the PCH in the mandarin haze of a sunset—could secretly be running soundtracks. Blaze that trail! Attack that hill! Listen to this and try not to think of kicking up gold dust in Griffith Park. Forget your fancy Nike Free Flyknit 3. You really want to fly down the sidewalk? Pour this scorching she-devil headbanger into your intake valves. Girlschool, a London all-female hair metal outfit, slays like a halberd coated in strawberry pink acrylic on this cover of an equally ripping proto-punk blazer by the Gun.

For those who jog like they're being chased, it's like sprinting on hot coals. This, one of the all-time greatest get-off-your-ass grooves, might actually be terrible fitness advice. We can't imagine a trainer saying, "Stop when you get enough. It's about pushing through. You want to feel the burn? Don't stop until well after you get enough.

Fortunately, this godly disco classic is an immediate runner's high—Michael could get us moonwalking an entire marathon. When the bass kicks in on Cake's track, it's time to go. Time Out Los Angeles. Get us in your inbox Sign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city and beyond. We already have this email. Try another?

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