Work out Tunes that make you feel bad *kitten*!



  • weightsnbakes
    weightsnbakes Posts: 34 Member
    Beast - Nico Vega. Has been on my playlist for months and I never get tired of it.
    Anything Can Happen - Ellie Goulding
    Aerials - System of a Down
    Masterpiece - Jessie J
    Starships - Nikki Minaj
    Flawless (remix) - Nikki Minaj ft. Beyonce YAAAASSS!

    I think I have Sound of Madness, I need to check my playlist. Oh and thank you coonuya1 for reminding me that I DO NOT HAVE ANY PAULA ABDUL. At all. Must get on that.
  • crosbylee
    crosbylee Posts: 3,450 Member
    Fuel, 3 Doors Down, 3rd Eye Blind, anything with a good bass line and a disco beat can keep my pace going steady.
  • PharmGirl522
    PharmGirl522 Posts: 51 Member
    edited March 2015
    I love "Titanium" by Sia, and even though I can't *stand* Kanye West or Eminem, I also love "Not Afraid", "Til I Collapse", and "Stronger."
  • erikgoya
    erikgoya Posts: 77 Member
    For intense cardio, Metallica for sure.

    Lifting is all hip hop and pop. Squatting in time when the bass drops is a beautiful thing.
  • andreamaym
    andreamaym Posts: 179 Member
    Lately I've been playing a lot of Metallica.
  • phoenix8633
    phoenix8633 Posts: 137 Member
    I tend to listen to heavy metal!
    When I'm running I love Rammstein!
  • mommy_shy
    mommy_shy Posts: 13 Member
    BEYONCE!!!! When I heat 7-11 i want to go so hard LOL :D
  • KingofWisdom
    KingofWisdom Posts: 229 Member
    Wha? Can I really be the first person to say Eye of the Tiger by Survivor? Let's see, Shout by Blacktide, anything by Dio, Killing Time by Flotsam and Jetsam, Superman by Goldfinger, Leather Rebel by Judas Priest, Carry On Wayword Son by Kansas, Metal Gods or Keeper of the Gate by Midnight Sun, Ace of Spades by Motorhead, Guerrilla Radio by Rage Against the Machine, Elimination by Overkill, Live to Win by Paul Stanley, Cum on Feel the Noize by Quiet Riot, The Spirit of Radio by Rush, Rock You Like a Hurricane by Scorpions, Ain't Your Fairytale by Sonata Arctica, Jailbreak by Thin Lizzy, Babylon's Burning by W.A.S.P.
  • stephdeeday
    stephdeeday Posts: 43 Member

    That is all I need.

  • carlamarie1979
    carlamarie1979 Posts: 24 Member
    Clubland euphoria gets me running fast as on the treadmill x
  • tinascar2015
    tinascar2015 Posts: 413 Member
    Old school: Bowie, U2, Tom Petty, Elvis Costello, Clash, Queen, The Cure, and when the Stones' "*kitten*" comes on, I move twice as fast.
  • tinascar2015
    tinascar2015 Posts: 413 Member
    I have almost no tolerance for music I don't care for, and it can be a problem. It's as though someone is pouring acid in my ears. So years ago when I joined Curves, I just couldn't stand all the 80s Donna Summer-type music they blasted all the time. I wasn't looking for a reason to stop going. I just dreaded going.
  • tinascar2015
    tinascar2015 Posts: 413 Member
    Old school: Bowie, U2, Tom Petty, Elvis Costello, Clash, Queen, The Cure, and when the Stones' "*kitten*" comes on, I move twice as fast.

    Hahahaha -- automatic moderation, I see! ***** = female dog. What a great Stones song.

  • Shann_Go
    Shann_Go Posts: 5 Member
    Punk rock! The harder and louder the better.

    Right now I've got Propagandhi, MDC, Sick of it All, Cro-Mags, and Discharge on my playlist.
  • SergeantSausage
    SergeantSausage Posts: 1,673 Member
    edited March 2015
    I tend to do instrumental guitar with a driving 4/4 beat that hits BPM (beats per minute) at the cadence and pace I'm running.

    This is my favorite 6:30 to 6:45/mile pace tune at the moment. Set it on repeat for 4 iterations as loud as the headphones/ear buds will take it, left foot hits on the 1-beat, run in time with the tempo of the song, crank out a sub-20 minute 5k workout.
  • otheliemoor
    otheliemoor Posts: 50 Member
    Audiobooks, but it depends on the book.
  • otheliemoor
    otheliemoor Posts: 50 Member
    For workouts I like old heavy metal (anthrax, Megadeath etc), 90's grunge (Nirvana, Pearl Jam), some newer stuff like Nickleback, One Rebublic, Hozier.
    For Running I run to military cadence songs

    What are military cadence songs and where do you find them? The name reminds me of Sheldon and Penny singing working songs while making flowery hair clips in the BBT :)
  • otheliemoor
    otheliemoor Posts: 50 Member

    I really like the beat in this song.
  • Psychgrrl
    Psychgrrl Posts: 3,177 Member
    Depends on what I'm doing. I have hundreds of playlists for exercise. Weightlifting, yoga, different types of cardio. I'm really picky, as I usually need good motivating lyrics as well as the beat and musicality.

    Here are some of my favs:
    "Shake it Out"--Florence and the Machine
    "Centuries"--Fall Out Boy
    "Let Your Heart Hold Fast"--Fort Atlantic
    "Safe and Sound"--Capital Cities
    "These Times"--Safety Suit
    "Dancing on My Own"--Robyn
    "Battle Cry"--Angel Haze and Sia
    "Someting in the Water"--Carrie Underwood
    "Don't Need You to Tell Me I'm Pretty"--Samantha Mumba
    "Superheroes"--The Script
    "AfterLife"--Ingrid Michaelson
    "Stay Alive"--Jose Gonzalez
    "Follow Your Arrow"--Kasey Musgraves
    "Born to be Alive (Full Vocal Remix)"--Disco Kings
    "You Gotta Be"--Des'ree
    "Invincible"--Kelly Clarkson
    "Fly"--Nikki Minaj and Rihanna
    "Is Anybody Out There?"--K'naan featuring Nelly Furtado
    "Hall of Fame"--The Script featuring
    "Swim"--Jack's Mannequin
    "Strip Me"--Natasha Bedingfield
    "Courage"--Orianthi featuring Lacey from Flyleaf
    "Stand in the Rain" "Still Here"--Superchick
    "Above the Clouds"--Amber
    "The Adventure (.)"--Angels and Airwaves
    "Believe"--Yellowcard (9/11 Tribute)

    Forcing myself to stop now ... :smiley: