12 Songs to Energize Your Fall Workouts

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Are you struggling to stick to your fall workouts now that the weather is turning cold and the mornings and evenings are getting darker? You're not alone.
 
My favorite way to get excited about working out is a simple one: I update my workout playlist. With some new get-up-and-get-moving tunes ready, I hit "play" instead of hitting snooze; and I re-energize my runs instead of relaxing at home.
 
Pull out your tunes, put in your earbuds, and put the fun back into your workouts with these song ideas.

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Alicia Keys ft. Nicki Minaj  – Girl On Fire (Inferno Version)



Christina Aguilera – Your Body



Coldplay – Hurts Like Heaven



Flo Rida – I Cry



Fun.  – Some Nights



Ke$ha – Die Young



Maroon 5 – One More Night



Matchbox Twenty – She's So Mean



M.I.A. – Bad Girls



Mumford and Sons – I Will Wait



Psy – Gangnam Style


 
Train – 50 Ways to Say Goodbye




What is your favorite song to exercise to at the moment? Tell us below!


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  • VEGAONEGIRL
    19
    I love music....it really can get me pumped. Especially if I listen to Nickelback, Saving Abel, Seether, Drowning Pool, Halestorm, Static-x, Skrillex, Linkin Park, Atom Smash, Five Finger Death Punch. I love rock, and when I am at the gym the more agressive the song the harder I workout. Listening to pop or bubblegum type music does nothing for me unless its just a dance thing. - 10/10/2012   12:32:43 PM
  • 18
    Kelly Clarkson - What doesn't kill you (Stronger) - 10/10/2012   12:28:32 PM
  • AYLAMAY
    17
    I like to get moving to Bily Idol's Vital Idol, all upbeat fast moving rock songs . I used to crank the music on when I was working alone in the lab. - 10/10/2012   12:23:07 PM
  • 16
    Now, how about one for men to do cardio to? ColdPlay? Nicki Minaj and Keisha? If I were 22 maybe, but I am in my late late late 30's, and AM a self admitted music snob. I mean, heck, I like beats and I like hooks, but for example Rolling Stone's "Start Me Up" is ten times as pumping as anything by Nicki Minaj - 10/10/2012   12:13:22 PM
  • 15
    I love that Mumford & Sons is on this list. One of the greatest bands ever. I love working out to their newest album (and first album as well). - 10/10/2012   11:48:05 AM
  • JENORA234
    14
    I know it's alittle cheesy but I love Taylor swift's voice. So I'd say 'We Are Never Getting Back Together' - 10/10/2012   11:31:08 AM
  • JENORA234
    13
    I know it's alittle cheesy but I love Taylor swift's voice. So I'd say 'We Are Never Getting Back Together' - 10/10/2012   11:30:52 AM
  • 12
    The picture seems inappropriate for fall.........outside in just a tank top??? - 10/10/2012   11:20:13 AM
  • 11
    My favourite is "Concrete Angel" from Gareth Emery and Christina Novelli Quite a good one for cardio! - 10/10/2012   10:56:12 AM
  • 10
    You have some of my favorites-especially "Some Nights" , I have that on repeat. - 10/10/2012   10:50:01 AM
  • XRAYDID
    9
    Need some REAL rock. I would never listen to that talentless hack Nicki Minaj. - 10/10/2012   10:41:15 AM
  • 8
    I'm a child of the 80's, so I love listening to hair metal during workouts. Dr. Feelgood by Motley Crue and Welcome to the Jungle by Guns and Roses keep my pace up on the elliptical! - 10/10/2012   10:23:54 AM
  • 7
    Gangnam Style is a great workout song! If your a runner, or just need a song to get you moving, I suggest Yelle's Comme Un Enfant(Freaks Remix). I like to exercise to dance tunes, so just about anything by Marina and the Diamonds (especially Radioactive or Primadonna) or just about anything by 2NE1. The latter is a K-pop band but it is so cool and upbeat! - 10/10/2012   10:22:44 AM
  • 6
    One More Night is my fav!!! - 10/10/2012   10:10:21 AM
  • SP_COACH_NANCY
    5
    She's So Mean is my running song of Fall....I just love it!!! :-D - 10/10/2012   9:38:02 AM
  • CHIME720
    4
    I got interested in K-Pop (Korean Pop Music) this summer, before Gangnam Style went viral and now I only have K-Pop on my Ipod for running. If anyone else wants to check it out, just to put some variety into your workout music, I'd suggest you look into Korean artists like Super Junior and 2NE1. I've no idea what their songs are about coz I don't speak Korean but the beats are awesome. - 10/10/2012   8:43:42 AM
  • 3
    I've got three that I can't stop listening to and make me run a bit farther and faster ever time, "I ain't your mama" by Maggie Ray, "Truck Yeah" by Tim McGraw and lastly "Baggage claim" by Miranda Lambert. - 10/10/2012   8:43:33 AM
  • 2
    “Pull out your tunes, put in your earbuds, and put the fun back into your workouts with these song ideas”

    For indoor workouts I completely agree, but the picture shown was of a woman outdoors. Please ladies, be aware of your surroundings. You don’t want to live your life in fear, but you don’t want to be a mugging victim either (or worse). Maybe only 1 earbud?
    - 10/10/2012   8:05:56 AM
  • ANDY_54
    1
    Oh noes! Cannot get Gangnam Style out of my head now! LOL Great playlist, thanks for posting. Recently discovered Fun, they have some rocking songs. My favorite song of the moment? "You Give Love a Bad Name" by Bon Jovi - 10/10/2012   7:34:20 AM

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