Pump It Up: 5 Hot Fitness Tracks for Your iPod

By , SparkPeople Blogger
If you're like me, then you need a good soundtrack if you're going to work out. So I'm going to share with you some of the newest tunes on my workout playlist. Then I want to hear from YOU!

Here are five of my new favorite workout songs. Click on each link to listen to a preview (or purchase the mp3) at amazon.com.








Angels and Airwaves: The Adventure (Rock/pop)






Benassi Bros.: Feel Alive (Dance/techno)






Girl Talk: Bounce That (Rap/Hip hop)






Lady GaGa: Just Dance (Dance/pop)





Shiny Toy Guns: Don't Cry Out (Rock/pop)


Now it's your turn. What's on your iPod right now?

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DEE107 5/10/2018
thanks for sharing Report
I have this made available on my Spotify account (MSDRPEPPER) - you can hear them all here: (you will have to copy and paste the link into a new line and take out the extra spaces, because SparkPeople doesn't allow complete HTML code in comments) http (standard colon and back slash) open.spotify.com /user/msdrpepper /playlist /635MquuXiiPJZ42UDpMiNy Report
KITTKATT07
My favorite music to play is Industrial, nothing gets me moving like Combichrist, VNV Nation, X-[RX], Wumpscut, Faderhead, Alice in wonderland, MSI, and starsailor, then throw in a some My Chemical Romance, Slipknot, Atreyu, Mudvayne, Devildriver, Mika, Florence and the Machine, Lady Gaga, Eminem, Down with Webster, Pitbull, David Guetta, and on and on, i have over 200 songs on my workout playlist, and it keeps growing and each song keeps me moving and pushes me to go when i dont want to move anymore. Though i will give props to industrial music for making me want to move, its very hard to not want to dance to any of them, its like techno with hard feelings LOL. Report
DIANAPETO
I am training for my first 5K so I have the NHS Couch to 5K on my ipod. I like the music, not sure who the artists are. What I really like is that the music sets up a pace and that helps me to keep going. Report
On my mp3 player you will find Katy Perry, Blake Lewis, Rolling stones, WhiteCross, Huey Lewis and the news, Third Day, Seventh Day Slumber and stryper. I love upbeat music. It really keeps me moving. Report
I have over 500 songs on my ipod. They vary depending on what workout I am doing. I have everything from Metallica to 80s Dance Hits. Report
These are all great songs and I am printing this out to make my list, but I love Tom Petty "running down a dream" for running of course... and pretty much all the stuff listed above Report
5 newest songs downloaded onto my iPod's workout playlist:

Cobrastyle by Robyn
Boyz by M.I.A.
Oh Saya by A.R. Rahman and M.I.A.
When I Grow Up by Pussycat Dolls
Gettin' Over You by David Guetta feat. LMFAO and Fergie Report
IN102WIN
I have a mix of different types of music. I use this everytime I exercise really. And this post have given me some more to download Thanks!!!

Back to Life - Soul 2 Soul
Beautiful - Akon
Bootylicious - destiny's child (richard humpty vission mix)
Caught Up - Usher
Cruel summer - Ace of Base
Crush - Jennifer Paige
Finally - Ce Ce Peniston
Get Me Bodied - Beyonce (Hex Hector Mix)
Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless) - Crystal Waters
Heaven - Bleach AMV & DJ Sammy
I Like to Move it - Real2Real
I'm a Believer - Smash Mouth
Its Not Right But its Okay - Whitney Houston (Thunderpuss mix)
Look At Us - (Club Mix)
Lose My Breath - Destiny's child
Love You No More - Shabba Rankin & ob Sinclair
Lovefool - The Cardigans
Mambo Number 5 - Lou Bega
Please Don't Stop the Music - Rhianna
Sandstorm - Darude
Save Me (Smallville theme) - Remmy Zero
Sexual - Amber
Sun is Shining - Bob Marley remix version
Waka Waka (this time for africa) - Shakira
What is Love - Haddaway
When Love Takes Over - Kelly Rowland
Whine Up - Kat Deluna featuring Elephant man Report
Great piece Nicole, I am using music from the 50s , 60s Disco to Rock . My ipod is full to the brim. I mix it up as I am walking right now and my favourite is MC Hammer ( he is my nemisis) that seems to hit when I start on a hill grrrrrrrrrrrrr but I rock it out and enjoy it Report
anything by the black eyed peas
lady gaga
any fun hits from the 80's
...i have a ton of stuff on my ipod, these are just a few of my faves! Report
Honest injun... Nothing! I don't have an ipod & don't need one. Guess I'm just in the "older" category?!? Report
I have a TON of stuff on there but Michael Jackson's "Wanna be Startin Something" always gets my heart rate up! Report
I have a wide variety from Mountain Music by Alabama to Techno remixes.

Just added.....
Heartbreaker- Ludacris
I wanna Rock- Snoop Dogg
OMG- Usher
I see You (from Avatar, as a cool down)

and today will be adding..

Impossible (as awarm up beat)
California Girls- Katey Perry
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The majority of my workout/running music is Metallica, Ozzy/Black Sabbath and Pantera Report
TRABOLD8567
Thanks for all the suggestions, Coach Nicole and the rest !!! Report
I love all of the great jammin/slammin song suggestions. Keep them coming!!!! Report
The Anthem - Good Charlotte Report
I love the songs of Bond like, senorita, explosion, scorchio, hungarian, highly strung, fuego, quixote, viva, victory they are good for running or any aerobic activity and dancing.
some slower songs I listen when strength training. Report
ANGIII
i shake i move by LMFAO
day 'n night by kid cudi (crooker's remix)
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RAS_MONTEZ
Def Boom Boom Pow by Black Eyed Peas, Wanted by Jesse James, Hate to say this but New Kids on the Block , Hard Candy-Madonna, Lady Gaga, footloose soundtrack, techno keeps you moving and I listen to country to kinda cool down. Report
My favorite songs to workout to right now are by The Veronicas. They are catchy songs that get you up and moving. It is really hard to sit still when they are on! Report
I have a variety of music on my ipod: country (Montgomery Gentry, Keith Urban), Oldies (Back Jack), rap (Over Thar), AC/DC (of course), ZZTop, I Love it all..... Report
FLUBBERS
I have noticed that alot of people have Brittany Spears, The Killers, and When I grow up by The Pussycat Dolls on their list. Well so do I. I hate to admit it, but I love Circus! And I also have Sexyback, So what, Painted Black, Gives you Hell, some 60s and 70s Rock, as well as some Aerosmith and Metallica, Whiskey in the Jar is a great one to move to. I think I will be adding more this weekend. Report
MYTIMEIN2009
my work out track right now

toxic - britney spears
here i come - fergie
sexy back - just timberlake
disturbia - rihanna
when i grow up - pussy cat dolls
shut up and let me go - the ting tings
hot n cold - katy perry
maneater - nelly furtado
the saints are coming - green day/u2
the screamer - bouncing souls
beautiful, dirty, rich - lady gaga
lovely 2 cu - goldfrapp
holla back girl gwen stefani
truth or dare - N.E.R.D.
In da Club - 50 cent
The nurse - The White Stripes
blind - hercules and love affair
pump it - black eyed peas
Paul Simon - The Russian Futurists Report
LFARRINGTON84
I've seen a lot of good tunes here, a few that I didn't have and I already downloaded them! Didn't see these ones in the last 90 posts and they are some of my favorites:

-Remember the Name by Fort Minor
-Get Buck in Her by Dj Felli Fel
-Bad Girlfriend by Theory of a Deadman
-Don't Stop the Music by Rihanna
-We Takin Over by DJ Khaled
-Conceited by Remy Ma
-Shawty Get Loose by Lil Mama
-Ten Ton Brick by Hurt
-Rainy Days by Mary J. Blige (warm-up type song) Report
K_RENEE
one track that I listen to ALL THE TIME on my workouts is "Work That" by Mary J. Blige. Not only is it very motivational, but I dare you NOT to move when you listen to it! Report
MATTSHEA90
I like some loud rap music to motivate me everywhere i go and maybe some rock music here and there. Weezy is the king of my playlist. Report
WOW! What a great selection of tunes!! I love it all! I have to listen to Baby Got Back, Sir Mix Alot! Brass Monkey, Beastie Boys! Dirty by Christina Aguilera! I'm Your Favorite Drug, Porcelian and The Tramps! And a little Janet Jackson, Nasty! And brother Michael, Don't Stop Till You Get Enough! And then there's Paranoid by Ozzy & Iron Maiden! Enjoy every moment! Rock ON!! Report
Marky Mark- Good Vibrations
Everybody dance now- CC and the music factory
I don't want to work, I want to bang on the drums all day
So what- Pink
Strike it up- jock jams Report
COTTER06
Girl Talk is GREAT to work out to!! The whole album "Feed the Animals" is just fantastic. You can get the whole thing at illegalart.net. You can name your own price, I paid 99 cents. His other stuff is on that site, too. I highly recommend it. Report
1. Womanizer, Britney Spears
2. Sober, Pink
3. Chicken Train, Ozark Mountain Dare Devils
4. Never see your face again, Maroon 5 and Rhianna
5. Quen Eres Tu, Maria Jose

I have a wide aray of music but these are all really good at making me move! Report
OZZYSMOM+3
Great post, Great timing. I'm so used to listening to Radio Disney, Laurie Berkner, and Children's movie soundtracks, that I'm looking for some adult tunes to work out to and will certainly use some of the suggestions. Thanks SP. Report
PHOENIXHASRISEN
I am geared more for rock... Franz ferdinand, Beck , however I do have Vanessa Mae which is so great when I am really pushing myself Report
TIME4ME2BELIEVE
On my mp3, my workout play list:
Party Starter - Will Smith and Ludacris
Boom Shake The Room - Will Smith
Dancing Queen - Abba
Angel Eyes(remix) - Abba
Seasons in the Sun(dance remix) - Global Deejays
Kung Fu Fighting
Let's Get Loud - J. Lo
She Bangs (english and spanish versions) - Ricky Martin
Survivor - Destiny's Child
We Will Rock You - Queen Report
BELLAVITA2979
Everyone has some great picks and has given me ideas on how to refresh my playlist! Some of my current stuff is:

Viva la Vida - Coldplay
You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC
Sandstorm - DaRude
The Little Things - Written by Danny Elfman for the "Wanted" Soundtrack
Golden Years - David Bowie
Rebel, Rebel - David Bowie
Zombie Nation - Kernkraft
Lollipop - Lil Wayne
Disturbia - Rhianna
Foxy Foxy - Rob Zombie
Into the Night - Santana ft. Chad Kroeger of Nickelback
Stronger - Kanye West
When I Grow Up - Pussycat Dolls Report
Basement Jaxx - Bingo Bango. Its the exact tempo of my warm-up, so it is perfect. Try to go slow on a treadmill when you are listening to it... it's impossible!
Oakenfold - Save The Last Trance For Me
Poison - Sexyback (yes, they remade it)
Blake Lewis - Gots To Get Her
Darren Hayes - Me Myself And I
Lady Gaga - Boys Boys Boys Report
LHOMFELD
lol, i have so many, it helps me get my house work done in time, and i actually dance to them while i clean, it makes it more fun, but a quick list . . .
1. Rock your body - Justin Timberlake
2. Toxic - Britney Spears
3. My Humps - Black Eyes Peas
4. mOBSCENE - Marilyn Manson
5. Sugar Sugar - The Archies

Talk about wide range huh? LOL Report
ALLISONC85
If you want a really great mix of songs to get you pumped during your workout, use Daft Punk's "Alive!" It's a live album that is mixed perfectly for an hour's worth of working out. I love it! Report
Lately I have been into running, so the songs on my playlist need to be very fast steady paced songs. Right now my favorites are Metro -vincent black shadow, Disturbia - rihanna, Just dance- lady gaga, Somebody told me and Mr brightside by the killers, hot and cold-kate perry, Panic at the disco, Helene and I'm not ok-my chemical romance, gwen stefani-what you waiting for, little less conversation-elvis remix, dirty little secret, I'd do anything. those are for running but I have other stuff for more steady consistant pacing Report
I just got my IPod for Christmas and yet to set it up because I was given the nano and I want the touch with the speaker. Still trying to decide since folks say the touch has problems. But I made note of a lot of your playlist to choose from thanks so much Report
TENSE74
I love Beyonce's "Single Ladies" and "That's Not My Name" by the Ting Tings. Britney Spears's CD "Circus" is great workout music too. Report
My son give me a IPOD to work out to he knows my kind of music
I'm Coming out--Diana Ross
Fantasy ---Earth,Wind and Fire
Rock Your Body-- Justin Timberlake
Ain't No Mountain High Enough--Marvin Gaye
Rockin' Robin--Bobby Day
Love Lockdown--Kayne West Report
I've created some playlists for walking and for the elliptical. My most recent downloads include:
Pump It by Black Eyed Peas
Glamorous by Fergie
Lucid Dreams by Franz Ferdinand
Going On by Gnarls Barkley
Crazy by Gnarls Barkley
Somebody Told Me by the Killers
New York Girls - Morningwood
So What - Pink

But I also love Bruce Springsteen, John Melloncamp, Peter Gabriel, Lynryd Skynard, Prince and the Replacements. Report
COLLEENKELLEY
I've been wanting to put together a workout playlist for AGES but at my gym, on the treadmills and elliptical trainers they have the thing where you can plug in your headphones and watch TV. I usually watch either E! or VH-1, or the local news if I'm there right after work. Maybe I'll work on my playlist this weekend! Report
I have my church choir singing praise & worship in my iPod. There's nothing like hearing their mighty praises as I push myself beyond what I thought I could do. It may not be the latest techno-beat stuff, & the beats per minute may be a little slower than some, but it sure helps to move me! Report
I'm going to check out everyone's favs and get some new tunes and motivation. I have lots of music on my IPOD to walk to, but I always go back to Meatloaf's Bat Outta Hell album. The tunes on that album always motivates me to keep going, and going, and going. Report
Amy Winehouse is one of my favorites. Such a messed-up person with such talent. Report
One of my all-time favorite work out tracks is "Everyday I love you more" by Armin van Buren (feat. Raccoon). I'm a huge fan of working out to techno mixes. They're hypnotic and I almost forget that I'm working out! Report
I love music of all kinds, old, new, ancient. I just donít understand people who have functioning ears but can live just as well without it.

I know I'm not alone because there are some great lists here that's for sure.

Thereís so much great music. Something for every mood and occasion. Everything from The Andrew Sisters to Eminem, from classical to roots. As for tunes to exercise byÖ Iíve started blogging some of my mix on my SparkPage, usually with a link so people can listen to the song without a search.

I donít rely too much on my personal collection right now. Lately Iíve been using several channels on Pandora internet radio. I find a lot of new stuff that way. Itís not as portable but itís much easier to keep things fresh.
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