You can listen to many of these songs on Spotify, or scroll to the bottom of this story to find them on iTunes.

"Heart of the City (Ain't No Love)"

Jay Z, 3:43
The beat of this song—a mix of hip-hop and old-school R&B—will start building your momentum, catapulting you head on into a challenging workout.

"Superstition (Monolith Remix)"

Stevie Wonder, 3:46
The bass on this remix makes it a great record to listen to when you're in the belly of a workout. And it's Stevie Wonder!

"He's a Pirate (Ship Ahoy Tribal Remix)"

Chris Joss and Klaus Badelt, 4:46
I guarantee you will love this electronica song. It has the sickest drumbeat! It sounds like a march, which is what you need when you're pushing super hard.

"Shake It Off"

Taylor Swift, 3:39
It's always fun to include a bright new pop hit. You're caught up in moving and singing, and the next thing you know, a few minutes of exercise have flown by.

"Thank You"

Third Party featuring Loleatta Holloway, 5:47
I love infusing gratitude into my sessions. When I feel like I can't go any further, a reminder that I should be thankful for the breath in my lungs gives me a burst of energy.


Rudimental featuring Emeli Sandé, 3:36
This is a great finale; it ties everything together, ushering in a feeling of accomplishment. You've pushed yourself to the limit, and now you can go out into the world feeling stronger!


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