Motivational Songs to Have a Successful Workout

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There are many reasons to work out. You might want to lose weight, build muscle, or just feel better about yourself. Whatever your motivation for working out is, it’s important that you find the right songs to get you through the process. Here are some songs that will help motivate you in your workout and make it a successful one!

I Will Survive- Gloria Gaynor 

This song is perfect for those who need something motivational when they go on long runs. 

Lose Yourself- Eminem 

For those of us who like listening to rap music while working out and feel like we can accomplish anything with this song playing in our ears. 

24K Magic- Bruno Mars 

A great song for those of us who like slower pop music and are tired of the same workout routine we’ve been going through. 

Ain’t Nothin But a G Thang- Dr. Dre 

For those slow days at the gym when you want to feel motivated but not too overbearing with your music. 

Bless the Broken Road- Rascal Flatts 

A great song for those who like country music and want a more emotional way to exercise.

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