November 30 2015
These are the latest health and fitness findings to boost your workouts (and speed).
We polled our staff and put together a sizzling playlist of our favorite running jams. Find out how music can make you run faster and then add these tunes to you playlist! You can listen to each individually or Or follow the entire playlist by clicking here.
“Some Nights” by Fun. (110 bpm)
“Shuffle” by Bombay Bicycle Club (110 bpm)
“Home” by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros (112 bpm)
“Feel So Close” by Calvin Harris (126 bpm)
“Wake Me Up” by Avicii, featuring Aloe Blacc (128 bpm)
“Pompeii” by Bastille (128 bpm)
“Timber” by Pitbull, featuring Ke$ha (130 bpm)
“Can’t Hold Us” by Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis
“Working for the Weekend” by Loverboy (147 bpm)
“Animal” by Martin Garrix (150 bpm)
“Lonely Boy” by The Black Keys (166 bpm)
“Safe and Sound” by Capital Cities (118 bpm)
What would you add to our summer running playlist? Tweet us @womensrunning to let us know your picks. We’ll add a few to the playlist!