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You walk into the gym, packed with fitness enthusiasts, or pass a few runners in the neighborhood.
There are many different songs you can incorporate in your cardio workout that have the right number of beats per minute. To really get you going, try pushing up to 120 to 140 beats per minute or more for an intense workout!
Whether you’re using iTunes, Pandora, or Spotify, look up these tunes and add them to your playlist for a fun, effective workout!


Check out our Facebook page and follow us on Pinterest for tasty recipes, workout tips, and healthy lifestyle resources. Sign up and we'll send you the latest recipes, menu plans, fitness tips, and workouts each week. There’s something about the intensity of heavy rock that seems to help weight lifters and body builders pump iron. If you are doing interval training (walking interspersed with short bursts of running), try alternating your beat per minute back and forth from 115 to 140 to get you pumped up and to slow you down a bit when you need it! Studies show that music gets us started and keeps us going through the plateau we hit while working out.


Include your favorite songs in your playlist, keeping in mind that the best choices are tunes that get your heart rate up and provide you with the motivation to keep going.
Hard rock gets the blood pumping, especially music with powerful bass and a thundering beat. We tend to work harder without even noticing the extra effort when we’re listening to our favorite tunes.



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