3 great workout playlists
I know music can be a very personal thing, especially when we’re talking about workout playlists and music
I’m talking about what motivates you to keep going through a long run, or pumps you up at the gym to get in those last few reps.
For me, my workout playlists are mostly upbeat, boppy dance music – from any era. I love mixing current pop songs with stuff from other decades. Anything with a fast beat and catchy tune that makes me want to move my body, really.
Whether you’re a millennial, Gen Xer, or Baby Boomer, there’s something here in these workout playlists for everyone.
So check them out and let me know if they’re your style too – I’m @wendyswaytohealth on Instagram.
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Workout playlist number 1: Across the Decades
It’s a versatile workout playlist suitable for a run or a tough gym session.
Workout playlist number 2: Guardians of the Galaxy
Workout playlist number 3: Run Through the 70’s
Here are a couple of great interval style workouts that can be done at home, using just your own body weight
Read this post for some awesome simple motivation tips that really work: 11 WAYS TO KEEP UP YOUR EXERCISE MOTIVATION
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