There comes a point in the day when we finally unchain ourselves from our desks here at FanLabel. Like the post-work routines of millions of others, it’s time to head to the gym or studio or wherever you sweat it out and stretch it out.
Though we’ve spent the whole day previewing and programming music into the FanLabel app, being the music fanatics that we are, workout time means popping in the earbuds and cranking up our favorite workout songs. We figured you do this, too. And we wanted to offer you our staff recommendations for your next visit to the gym, tailored to your particular workout style, of course!
These songs are perfect for those high-intensity workouts, especially weight training or boxing. Nothing gets you in the zone more than these hip-hop anthems.
- Wu-Tang Clan, “Protect Ya Neck”
- Nelly, “Grillz”
- Denzel Curry, “Ricky”
- DaBaby, “Suge”
- IDK, “Digital”
For long runs, bike rides, or aerobic sessions, you need something fast-paced to keep the beat. House is the ideal genre for these endurance workouts, as it provides both energy and rhythm to keep you going.
- Fisher, “You Little Beauty”
- Merk & Kremont, “Sushi”
- Shiba San, “Okay”
- Yaeji, “Raingurl”
- AC Slater & Chris Lorenzo, “Fly Kicks” (Wax Motif remix)
The winning combo of fresh electronic beats and catchy vocals makes alternative pop an ideal soundtrack for the gym. From cardio to powerlifting, these bops are perfect for any high-intensity workouts.
- Charli XCX, “Focus”
- Tove Lo, “Disco Tits”
- Kim Petras, “I Don’t Want It At All”
- Terror Jr, “3 Strikes”
- Carly Rae Jepsen, “Party For One”
Before FitBits, Keto diets, or VR golf, these classics reigned supreme in the gym. Add some nostalgia to your exercise routine with the soundtrack to bodybuilding’s formative years.
- Def Leppard, “Pour Some Sugar On Me”
- Led Zeppelin, “Immigrant Song”
- Nirvana, “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
- Metallica, “Enter Sandman”
- Ozzy Osbourne, “Crazy Train”
For those who prefer their workouts at a lower intensity, look no further than these alternative ambient melodies. Perfect for yoga or pilates, these tunes make for a relaxing backdrop for your next workout.
- Purity Ring, “Fineshrine”
- FLOOR CRY, “Drive”
- Still Woozy, “Habit”
- SG Lewis, “Throwaway” (with Clairo)
- Frank Ocean, “Nights”
Similarly, certain types of music are also known to boost productivity. Music Enjoy our complete go-to workout playlist below: