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Forever playing those same old tunes every time you train? We all have our workout music essentials, but sometimes we need to freshen things up a little.
Your choice of music can shape an entire workout, and let's face it, most gym's don't know what's up when it comes to motivational bangers. So it's down to you to get the right beats in that gym playlist, don't let your choice of workout songs let you down.
Here are five workout-worthy tunes that will take your workout from a 2 to a 10.
TYPE OF WAY
Rich Home Quan
Album: Still Goin In | Recommended Use: Weightlifting | BPM: 135
Chase & Status
Album: No More Idols | Recommended Use: HIIT / Weightlifting | BPM: 140
Album: Bobby Tarantino II | Recommended Use: Weightlifting | BPM: 150
Album: White Lies | Recommended Use: HIIT / Cardio | BPM: 124
Album: DAMN. | Recommended Use: Weightlifting | BPM: 140
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Looking for more workout music recommendations? See last weeks Workout Music Of The Week here.