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The Top 10 Songs To Get You Moving This September

September 2017 Playlist

Everything that’s great about this month’s top workout tracks can be summed up in a single word: variety. If keeping your mind engaged is the key to keeping your body in motion, this selection of tracks below should provide plenty of inspiration for both. So, let’s get into the highlights.

Pop hits are well represented here with new hits from Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and two tracks featuring Demi Lovato. On the club front, remixes breathe new life into recent hits from Charlie Puth and Katy Perry. Finally, there are crossover tracks from college radio favorites like Portugal. The Man and Bleachers. In short, the tracks are varied, but the energy is constant. To that end, it doesn’t matter with which track you start your workout—it only that you start. Here’s the full list—according to the votes logged on the workout music site Run Hundred.

Portugal. The Man – Feel It Still – 158 BPM

Justin Bieber & BloodPop – Friends – 105 BPM

Charlie Puth – Attention (Bingo Players Remix) – 120 BPM

Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do – 128 BPM

Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry – 72 BPM

Pink – What About Us – 114 BPM

Katy Perry – Swish Swish (Cheat Codes Remix) – 121 BPM

Fitz & The Tantrums – Fool – 136 BPM

Jax Jones, Demi Lovato & Stefflon Don – Instruction – 121 BPM

Bleachers – Don’t Take the Money – 111 BPM

To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at Run Hundred. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo and era to find the music that best fits their particular workout routine.


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Chris Lawhorn

Chris Lawhorn

Chris Lawhorn runs the workout music database Run Hundred and contributes playlists to Women's Running. He also operates the Case/Martingale record label and holds a BA in English from Ball State University. Before joining Women's Running, Chris covered workout music for Shape and Marie Claire. To find more running songs, folks can check out the free database at Run Hundred. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with their particular routine.