Running Music: The 10 Best Remixes for Working Out
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The are two main advantages to a good remix: First, the DJ or producer typically favors a heavy beat, which is great for workouts. And second, it gives you an excuse to dust off a once-loved song that you played to death.
This month's playlist highlights 10 of the best recent remixes. You'll find "You da One" by Rihanna totally reinvented and a version of Breathe Carolina's "Blackout" that replaces the raging synths with jazzy ones. Plus, you'll be able to hear what a 1990s-era piano loop does to Cobra Starship's "You Make Me Feel..." and what The Wanted's "Glad You Came" sounds like with a harder edge.
Here's the full list:
Avicii - Levels (Skrillex Remix) - 142 BPM
Flo Rida & Sia - Wild Ones (Project 46 Remix) - 126 BPM
Breathe Carolina - Blackout (Wideboys Remix) - 128 BPM
Rihanna - You da One (Almighty Radio Remix) - 129 BPM
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger (Hotline's Miami Vice Club Remix) - 118 BPM
Cobra Starship & Sabi - You Make Me Feel... (Felix Leiter Remix) - 127 BPM
Maroon 5, Christina Aguilera & Mac Miller - Moves Like Jagger (Remix) - 128 BPM
Madonna, Nicki Minaj & LMFAO - Give Me All Your Luvin' (Party Rock Remix) - 132 BPM
Katy Perry - Part of Me (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Remix) - 130 BPM
The Wanted - Glad You Came (Alex Gaudino Full Radio Vocal Remix) - 128 BPM
To find more workout songs, check out the free database at Run Hundred. You can browse by genre, tempo, and era to find more tracks with your ideal BPM.
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