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5 Songs to Add to Your Running Playlist

Kick things up a notch when you add these songs to your running playlist

Click refresh on your running playlist when you add these 5 songs. Your running playlist will never be the same! Strategically place them so the energy boost arrives right when you need it most. The right song can work wonders when you need an extra boost. Updating your running playlist is an excellent motivational running tip. Check out this blog for 5 more motivational tips!

Sunny Came Home – Shawn Colvin

Shawn sang the National Anthem at the 2018 and ‘19 Kerrville Triathlon before competing! The calming demeanor of this song will help you relax on long runs and recovery runs. Plus, it won two Grammys.

Knights of Cydonia – Muse

Need some audio energy? Put this song on your playlist. It’s roughly 6 minutes of hard-hitting, fight-the-establishment, in-your-face rock and roll. Click play and buckle up!

Born This Way – Lady Gaga

Prepare to skip the warm-up if your running playlist kicks things off with this song. Get ready to get moving when you click play because you were born this way!

Fly Farm Blues – Jack White

When new school goes old school. When this song first comes on you might think it’s an oldie, but just wait. The electricity pours out and will energize you on your run!

Fancy – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Keep the energy going with this back-and-forth ballad. The drums and guitar take turns while you keep pushing forward, one step at a time.

Add these songs to your running playlist before your next run. They can pump you up, allow you to catch your breath, or help you focus on the warm-up/cool-down. These songs are the perfect way to get you going during the run portion of your brick workout. However you incorporate music, just make sure you can still hear your surroundings. It’s important to know what’s going on around you!