Get in the zone—and stay there—with 60 minutes of the best workout songs to fuel your extended gym sessions
There’s something luxurious about a 60-minute workout. Unlike the 30-minute ones you might squeeze in between tasks, it gives you a chance to stretch your legs, test your limits, and think at length. In this power hour playlist, we’ve compiled some of the biggest and best beats for your sweat sesh. In the mix, you’ll find all the Top 40 hits you’d expect from Maroon 5, Imagine Dragons, and Meghan Trainor. Alongside the radio favorites, you’ll find club smashes from Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris, and Robin Schulz.
While the genres vary from pop to rock to dance, the emphasis is the same: tested and proven tunes. They’ll simplify your routine—so that both your feet and mind can wander. Here's the full list for when you're ready to get started.
Imagine Dragons - I Bet My Life - 108 BPM
Pitbull & Ne-Yo - Time of our Lives - 124 BPM
Jessie J & 2 Chainz - Burnin' Up - 124 BPM
Alesso & Tove Lo - Heroes (We Could Be) - 126 BPM
Martin Garrix & Usher - Don't Look Down - 129 BPM
Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, Tujamo & Kid Ink - Delirious (Boneless) - 128 BPM
Maroon 5 - Sugar - 121 BPM
Robin Schulz, Lilly Wood & The Prick - Prayer in C (Robin Schulz Radio Edit) - 123 BPM
Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne - Real Love - 125 BPM
Andy Grammer - Honey, I'm Good. - 123 BPM
Calvin Harris & John Newman - Blame - 128 BPM
Jennifer Lopez & Iggy Azalea - Booty - 129 BPM
Walk the Moon - Shut Up and Dance - 128 BPM
Charli XCX - Break the Rules - 125 BPM
Meghan Trainor - Lips Are Movin - 138 BPM
Yellow Claw & Ayden - Till It Hurts - 146 BPM
Fifth Harmony & Kid Ink - Worth It - 101 BPM
To find more workout songs, check out the free database at Run Hundred. You can browse by genre, tempo, and era to find the best songs to rock your workout.