Sunday, 12 June 2011

Playlist: 10 Best Workout Songs of March 2011


This month's list of the 10 best workout songs could be the template for every powered-up playlist: It includes a few expected tracks like GaGa and Flo Rida, as well as one surprisingly good workout song that may seem too slow (courtesy of Pink) and an unlikely hit from Adele.
Here's the full playlist for March 2011, according to votes placed at RunHundred.com—the web's most popular workout music site.


F**kin' Perfect, Pink
F**kin' Perfect - null
Like a G6 (DJ Solarz Remix), Far East Movement, Cataracs & Dev, 129 BPM
Like a G6 (DJ Solarz Remix) - Like a G6 (Remixes) [feat. The Cataracs & Dev]
S&M, Rihanna, 129 BPM
S&M - null
Rolling in the Deep, Adele, 105 BPM
Rolling In the Deep - 21
Born This Way, Lady GaGa, 125 B
Born This Way - Born This Way - Single
Higher, Taio Cruz & Travie McCoy, 128 BPM
Higher - Taio Cruz For Piano
Dancing On My Own (Buzz Junkies Remix), Robyn, 128 BPM
Dancing On My Own (Buzz Junkies Remix) - Dancing On My Own (Remixes)
Who Dat Girl, Flo Rida & Akon, 125 BPM
Who Dat Girl (feat. Akon) - Who Dat Girl (feat. Akon) - Deluxe Single
Peacock, Katy Perry, 140 BPM
Peacock - Teenage Dream (Deluxe Edition)
Closer to the Edge, 30 Seconds To Mars, 140 BPM
Closer to the Edge - This Is War

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Run Hundred is the web's most heavily trafficked workout music site. You can browse song selections by genre, tempo, and era to find the music that best fits your routine. While there, you can also check a list of this month's current top 10 workout songs.

Playlist: 10 Best Workout Songs of March 2011: Shape Magazine

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