- Cardio alex 2015 scientific program- downloaded by samir rafla
- 170+ Epic Workout Songs to Spice Up Your Playlist
- 100 Best Timeless Workout Songs
- This Week’s New Chart Songs (21st June 2015)
- No.40: The Weeknd – ‘Can’t Feel My Face’
- No.34: James Bay – ‘Let It Go’
- No.13: Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea – ‘Pretty Girls’
- No.10: Flo Rida feat. Robin Thicke & Verdine White – ‘I Don’t Like It, I Love It’
- No.2: Lost Frequencies – ‘Are You With Me’
- No.1: Tinie Tempah feat. Jess Glynne – ‘Not Letting Go’
- Leon Bridges, “Flowers”
- Desaparecidos, “Golden Parachutes”
- Miguel, “The Valley”
- Kacey Musgraves, “Fine”
- Heartless Bastards, “Hi-Line”
- Dawes, “All Your Favorite Bands”
- Fraser A. Gorman, “Shiny Gun”
- Robert Glasper, “Got Over”
- Florence + the Machine, “St. Jude”
- Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, “Live This Long”
- Mates of State, “Staring Contest”
- Ike Reilly, “Born on Fire”
- FFS (Franz Ferdinand, Sparks), “Call Girl”
- Sharon Van Etten, “Just Like Blood”
- Dale Watson, “Burden of the Cross”
- Top 40 Country Songs – February 2015
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170+ Epic Workout Songs to Spice Up Your Playlist
Sick of hearing the same workout songs play on repeat on the radio and pop up on every single trending Spotify playlist? We hear you. That’s why we’re fond of workout songs that transport us to another time, such as these throwback classics that are worthy of any and all of your workout song mixes. (Want a playlist that’s already cued up? Head to Shape’s Spotify page to get something playing RN.)
Download them all or pick your faves to pepper into your current workout song line-up. Either way, you’ll be dancing your way from first step to last drop of sweat. (And if none of these do it for you, try Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Lifting Playlist or this Intense Workout Playlist Will Power Your Weight-Lifting Sessions instead.)
100 Best Timeless Workout Songs
From pop to rap to rock, these 100 workout songs will power you through even the longest long run.
- You Shook Me All Night Long — AC/DC JAM
- Take Over Control — Afrojack (feat. Eva Simons)
- Addicted to You (David Guetta Remix) — Avicii
- Wake Me Up — Avicii
- 212 — Azealia Banks, Lazy Jay
- Harlem Shake — Baauer
- Brass Monkey — Beastie Boys
- Drunk in Love — Beyonce and JAY Z
- Locked Out of Heaven (Sultan + Shepard Remix) — Bruno Mars
- Treasure — Bruno Mars
- Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See — Busta Rhymes
- I Need Your Love — Calvin Harris (feat. Ellie Goulding)
- Let’s Go (Radio Edit) — Calvin Harris and Ne-Yo
- Summer — Calvin Harris
- Sweet Nothing — Calvin Harris (feat. Florence Welch)
- Safe and Sound — Capital Cities
- Get Lucky (Radio Edit) — Daft Punk (feat. Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers)
- One More Time — Daft Punk
- Titanium — David Guetta (feat. Sia)
- Memories — David Guetta (feat. Kid Cudi)
- F For You — Disclosure
- Latch — Disclosure and Sam Smith
- All I Do Is Win — DJ Khaled (feat. T-Pain, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg and Rick Ross)
- Turn Down for What — DJ Snake and Lil Jon
- Party Up — DMX
- Danza Kuduro — Don Omar and Lucenzo
- Hold On, We’re Going Home — Drake and Majid Jordan
- Burn — Ellie Goulding
- The Monster — Eminem and Rihanna
- Walking on a Dream (Empire of the Sun)
- Call On Me (Radio Edit) — Eric Prydz
- American Boy — Estelle and Kanye West
- Praise You (Chill Mix) — King Arthur and Michael Meaco
- Bad Vibrations — Jesper Jenset
- Everlong — Foo Fighters
- Freaks — French Montana and Nicki Minaj
- Sad Sad City — Ghostland Observatory
- Tongue Tied — Grouplove
- Paradise City — Guns N’ Roses
- Jump Around — House Of Pain
- I Love It — Icona Pop (feat. Charli XCX)
- Radioactive (Remix) — Imagine Dragons (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
- Marry Me — Jason Derulo
- All of Me (Tiesto’s Birthday Treatment Radio Edit) — John Legend, Jason Agel and Tiesto
- SexyBack — Justin Timberlake (feat. Timberland)
- Suit & Tie — Justin Timberlake (feat. JAY Z)
- Take Back the Night — Justin Timberlake
- Higher Love — Kygo and Whitney Houston
- Black Widow — Iggy Izalea and Rita Ora
- Clique (Album Version) — Kanye West, JAY Z and Big Sean
- Mercy (Edited Version) — Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, 2 Chainz
- POWER (Album Version) — Kanye West
- Dark Horse — Katy Perry and Juicy J
- Pursuit of Happiness (Extended Steve Aoki Remix) — Kid Cudi, MGMT, Ratatat, Steve Aoki
- Alive (Cash Cash and Kalkutta Remix) — Krewella, Cash Cash and Kalkutta
- Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix) — Lana Del Rey and Cedric Gervais
- Are You Gonna Go My Way — Lenny Kravitz
- Outta Your Mind — Lil Jon and LMFAO
- Royals — Lorde
- Team — Lorde
- Y.A.L.A. — M.I.A.
- Thrift Shop — Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (feat. Wanz)
- Can’t Hold Us — Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (feat. Ray Dalton)
- Pon De Floor — Major Lazer and Vybz Kartel
- Watch Out For This (Bumaye) — Major Lazer, Busy Signal, The Flexican and FS Green
- Animals (Victor Niglio and Martin Garrix Festival Trap Mix) — Martin Garrix and Victor Niglio
- The Night Out (A-Trak vs. Martin Rework) — Martin Solveig
- Spectrum (Acoustic) — Matthew Koma
- Electric Feel — MGMT
- 4 My People — Missy Elliot (feat. Eve)
- Get Your Freak On — Missy Elliot
- Hip Hop Hooray — Naughty By Nature
- Ride Wit Me (Album Version) — Nelly and City Spud
- Pound The Alarm (Edit) — Nick Minaj
- Counting Stars — OneRepublic
- If I Lose Myself (Alesso vs. OneRepublic) — OneRepublic and Alesso
- Million Voices — Otto Knows
- Hey Ya! — OutKast
- The Way You Move — OutKast (feat. Sleepy Brown)
- Happy — Pharrell Williams
- Who (Radio Edit) — Tujamo and Plastik Funk
- Otherside — Red Hot Chili Peppers
- Where Have You Been — Rihanna
- Blurred Lines — Robin Thicke, T.I., Pharrell Williams
- Walk This Way — Run-D.M.C. (feat. Aerosmith)
- What I Got — Sublime
- Don’t You Worry Child (Radio Edit) — Swedish House Mafia and John Martin
- Greyhound — Swedish House Mafia
- One (Your Name) — Swedish House Mafia and Pharrell Williams
- Mr. Brightside — The Killers
- Hypnotize — The Notorious B.I.G.
- Start Me Up (Remastered) — The Rolling Stones
- The Seed (2.0) — The Roots and Cody Chesnutt
- Seven Nation Army — The White Stripes
- Red Lights — Tiesto
- Blow the Whistle — Too $hort
- #thatPOWER — will.i.am and Justin Bieber
- Work Hard, Play Hard — Wiz Khalifa
- Clarity (Tiesto Remix) — Zedd (feat. Foxes)
- Crash Into Me — Steve Aoki and Darren Criss
The Best Hip-Hop Workout Songs
For even more hip-hop picks, check out Olivia Munn’s go-to gym jams.
- Mama Said Knock You Out — LL Cool J
- Juice (Know The Ledge, Main Mix) — Eric B. and Rakim
- Jump Around — House Of Pain
- Time 4 Sumaksion — Redman
- Push It — Salt-N-Pepa
- It’s Tricky — Run-D.M.C.
- Step Into the World — KRS-One
- Da Rockwilder — Method Man and Redman
- Lose Yourself — Eminem
The Best Power-Up Songs
Push it to the limit with these revved-up workout songs. (Psst…if you’re muscles are shaking after that last tune, here’s why.)
- Problem — Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea
- Talk Dirty — Jason Derulo (feat. 2 Chainz)
- Timber — Pitbull (feat. Ke$ha)
- Love More — Chris Brown (feat. Nicki Minaj)
- Get Up (Rattle) — Bingo Players and Far East Movement
- Overtime — Cash Cash
- When A Fire Starts To Burn — Disclosure
- Birthday — Katy Perry
- A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) — Fergie, Q-Tip and GoonRock
The Best Dance Workout Songs
Yes, dancing is a legit total body workout and can make you a better athlete! Sweat, salsa and smile all at once with these workout songs.
- Take Me Home — Cash Cash (feat. Bebe Rexha)
- Live for the Night — Krewella
- Stay The Night — Zedd (feat. Hayley Williams)
- Dear Boy — Avicii
- Miami 82 (Vocal Radio Mix) — Syn Cole and Madame Buttons
- How You Love Me — 3LAU and Bright Lights
- I Will Never Let You Down — Rita Ora
- Strangers — Seven Lions, Myon and Shane 54
- White Noise — Disclosure and AlunaGeorge
The Most Motivating Workout Songs
When your feet are dragging, turn up the volume on these options. (Related: How You Reward Yourself for Working Out Majorly Affects Your Motivation)
- Work B**ch — Britney Spears
- Right Now (Dyro Radio Edit) — Rihanna, David Guetta and Dyro
- Play Hard — David Guetta (feat. Ne-Yo and Akon)
- Into the Blue — Kylie Minogue
- We Come Running — Youngblood Hawke
- Walking On Air — Katy Perry
- All Night (Cash Cash Radio Edit) — Icona Pop
- Run the World (Girls) — Beyonce
The Best Remix Workout Songs
Feel like you’re at the club while you’re cranking out squats with these mash-ups and remixes.
- Rather Be (Cash Cash x Valley Remix) — Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne
- Pompeii (Remix) — Bastille and Kat Krazy
- Love Me Again (Vice Remix) — John Newman, Vice and Kemal Golden
- Habits (Stay High, The Chainsmokers Extended Mix) — Tove Lo, The Chainsmokers
- Let’s Go (Bart B More Lesssgo Remix) — Dem Slackers and Bart B More
- Tornado (Kill The Noise Remix) — Tiesto, Steve Aoki and Kill The Noise (feat. Polina)
- Top of the World — Solidisco (feat. Skyy)
- I Like It (Wax Motif Remix) — Sevyn Streeter
The Best Workout Songs for Strength Training
Get app-y with one of these uber-effecting weight lifting smartphone apps, then turn on these top tunes.
- Harder, Better, Fatster, Stronger — Daft Punk
- Go Girl — Ciara and T-Pain
- Feelin’ Myself — will.i.am, Miley Cyrus, French Montana, Wiz Khalifa and Mustard
- Higher Ground — TNGHT, Hudson Mohawke and Lunice
- Burn — Ellie Goulding
- Demons — Imagine Dragons
- TKO — Justin Timberlake
- The Monster — Eminem and Rihanna
- R.I.P. — Rita Ora and Tinie Tempah
The Best Country Workout Songs
No cowboy boots are required to groove your way through these catchy country workout songs.
- Somethin’ Bad — Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood
- This Is How We Roll — Florida Georgia Line and Luke Bryan
- We Are Tonight — Billy Currington
- Red — Taylor Swift
- Where It’s At — Dustin Lynch
- Ready Set Roll — Chase Rice
- Chainsaw — The Band Perry
- I Hold On — Dierks Bentley
- That’s My Kind Of Night — Luke Bryan
- Storyline — Hunter Hayes
The Best Rock Workout Songs
Rock on with your spandex on with these old school and new school rock workout songs. (Related: Old-School Workout Trends That WIll Still Make You Sweaty)
- Eye of the Tiger — Survivor
- We Will Rock You (Remastered) — Queen
- Smells Like Teen Spirit — Nirvana
- Welcome To The Jungle — Guns N’ Roses
- Enter Sandman — Metallica
- Jump (2015 Remaster) — Van Halen
- (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Mono Version) — The Rolling Stones
- Clocks — Coldplay
The Best Yoga and Cooldown Songs
Yes, you DO need to cool down. Cue up these slow jams and prepare to zen out.
- Latch (DJ Premier Remix) — Disclosure, Sam Smith and DJ Premier
- Chandelier — Sia
- The Alchemist — Madeline
- Rude — MAGIC!
- This Is What It Feels Like — BANKS
- Poetic Justice — Kendrick Lamar and Drake
- Ghost — Halsey
- Safe With Me — Sam Smith
- Everything Breaks — Sophia Black
- By Karla Walsh
This Week’s New Chart Songs (21st June 2015)
Here is your Vodafone Big Top 40 playlist of brand new entries from this Sunday’s show including The Weeknd, Lost Frequencies and Tinie Tempah.
Now THAT is what we’re talking about! There were SEVEN new entries in the Vodafone Big Top 40 countdown this Sunday including a pop legend, a hat wearing guitarist and a Belgian DJ. Let’s check them out shall we?
Starting at No.40 we have the enigmatic The Weeknd with ‘Can’t Feel My Face’.
No.40: The Weeknd – ‘Can’t Feel My Face’
Coolest song of the year? Nope…probably the coolest song EVER. The Weeknd has brought us a song that you just can’t stop listening to once you’ve heard it. Now we just have to sit and wait for the music video…
No.34: James Bay – ‘Let It Go’
No.13: Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea – ‘Pretty Girls’
Yay! We’ve been waiting for this for a while. Britney is finally back with some new music and just for some added spice, Iggy Azalea is in there too.
No.10: Flo Rida feat. Robin Thicke & Verdine White – ‘I Don’t Like It, I Love It’
Every time Flo Rida brings out a new track we know it’s going to be three minutes worth of absolute party music and this time around he does not disappoint. With vocals from Robin Thicke, the song went straight into the top ten just hours after it was released.
No.2: Lost Frequencies – ‘Are You With Me’
Belgian DJ’s Lost Frequencies’ DEBUT single has made it all the way to No.2. Not only did it surpass Jason Derulo’s 4-week No.1 track, it also came above artists such as Ed Sheeran, Fetty Wap and Omi. There was also another unofficial version of the track in the countdown to (counts as the seventh new entry).
No.1: Tinie Tempah feat. Jess Glynne – ‘Not Letting Go’
Here it is, the highest new entry of the entire weekend is the one and only Tinie Tempah featuring Jess Glynne. ‘Not Letting Go’ knocked Jason Derulo’s ‘Want To Want Me’ off the top giving Tinie his first No.1 of 2015 and Jess’ second.
Listen to all of our Best Songs of 2015 on Esquire Spotify
Leon Bridges, “Flowers”
SOUNDS LIKE: A roadtrip to Al Green’s Full Gospel Tabernacle.
WHY WE LIKE IT: This is the official mic-drop on the “Is Leon Bridges the truth?” question.
Desaparecidos, “Golden Parachutes”
SOUNDS LIKE: The gray space between Steve Earle and Minor Threat.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Payola from Conor Oberst’s side project is the year’s most venomous protest record, and this denunciation of derivative-dealing insiders playing the Wall Street long-con brings the fury most fiercely. And because Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!.
Miguel, “The Valley”
SOUNDS LIKE: NSFW. As in, “My Neck, My Back” NSFW.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Sure, it’s just the Internet, but when NPR streamed it as a First Listen, it immediately became the filthiest, FCC-violating three minutes ever to have an NPR logo next to it.
Kacey Musgraves, “Fine”
SOUNDS LIKE: The least kitschy Kacey Musgraves moment yet.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Like Kiss’ “Beth,” it’s about the perils of separation anxiety, only it’s three shades gloomier because he’s probably moved on, or worse still, it’s actually about mourning—the worst kind of separation anxiety.
Heartless Bastards, “Hi-Line”
SOUNDS LIKE: Our second song of the month about separation anxiety.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Nobody else breaks words in half and slurs out the remaining syllables as warmly, and interestingly, as lead Bastard ErikaWennerstrom.
Dawes, “All Your Favorite Bands”
SOUNDS LIKE: An early Billy Joel piano ballad.
WHY WE LIKE IT: We watched 2,000 people sing the entire chorus back at ’em the other night in Austin, Texas. You might consider learning the chorus, too. It might come in handy next time you’re trying to gracefully move on.
Fraser A. Gorman, “Shiny Gun”
SOUNDS LIKE: Ben Kweller fronting Whiskeytown at a Midnight Ramble session.
WHY WE LIKE IT: With all due respect to Leon Bridges, when it comes to revitalizing old sounds, this Courtney Barnett-approved Australian is the month’s most important discovery, even if we’re not just sure it’s folk or country he’s gonna save.
Robert Glasper, “Got Over”
SOUNDS LIKE: Somber, but timely, jazz.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Our conversation about race is loud and messy, but meaningful moments still manage to cut through the din. And in this short spoken-word piece, Harry Belafonte cues up a bunch of those moments, including “I’m one of the ones of color who got over. I’m one of the ones your bullet missed.”
Florence + the Machine, “St. Jude”
SOUNDS LIKE: Restraint. Finally.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Slow-simmering Florence > manic-seething Florence.
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard, “Live This Long”
SOUNDS LIKE: If you don’t know by now…
WHY WE LIKE IT: They’re clearly thinking about mortality, but we’re the ones lucky to be alive at a time where these two are still making records.
Mates of State, “Staring Contest”
SOUNDS LIKE: Lush, stop-on-a-dime pop so sharp it actually stops on a dime at the word “stop” in the chorus.
WHY WE LIKE IT: Unlike the Oscars and the Grammys, there are no eligibility requirements or release-date cutoffs for Song of the Summer. This late entrant should be shortlisted.
Ike Reilly, “Born on Fire”
SOUNDS LIKE: Todd Snider practicing The Secret.
WHY WE LIKE IT: This is the letter every son yearns for his father to write for him. Not unrelated: If only somebody did a Kickstarter for a literary companion, The Quotable Ike Reilly, we’d be in at the highest reward level.
FFS (Franz Ferdinand, Sparks), “Call Girl”
SOUNDS LIKE: Franz Ferdinand. But Sparks is reportedly here, too.
WHY WE LIKE IT: It’s a reminder that before Craigslist, you had to let your fingers do the walking.
Sharon Van Etten, “Just Like Blood”
SOUNDS LIKE: The door hitting someone on the ass.
WHY WE LIKE IT: As betting men, we’ll take the likelihood your relationship is in better shape than this one.
Dale Watson, “Burden of the Cross”
SOUNDS LIKE: Johnny Cash.
WHY WE LIKE IT: We know of no other song that’s so specifically about the white memorial crosses loved ones place on highways at the scenes of fatal accidents. None at all.
Listen to all of our Best Songs of 2015 on Esquire Spotify:
Top 40 Country Songs – February 2015
Can a woman top the Top 40 Country Songs list for a third straight month? Carrie Underwood is looking to go back-to-back with her song ‘Something in the Water.’ The hit is nearly Platinum, and nearing the top of the charts to begin February. Is that enough?
ACM Entertainer of the Year nominees Florida Georgia Line are right with her with ‘Sun Daze.’ The undeniably hooky track from ‘Anything Goes’ surged toward No. 1 this month, on the strength of heavy sales. Sam Hunt could have the biggest surprise track, however — ‘Take Your Time’ begins February at No. 20 on Billboard’s charts, but it’s No. 3 on our list.
Songs from Keith Urban, Mickey Guyton, Reba McEntire and Frankie Ballard crack the Top 40 list for the first time this month.
The list of Top 40 Country Songs of February 2015 is compiled from Billboard chart data and sales figures, in addition to staff opinion and reader feedback.
Top 40 Country Songs for February 2015:
40. Reba, ‘Going Out Like That’
39. Carrie Underwood, ‘Little Toy Guns’
38. Kip Moore, ‘I’m to Blame’
37. Rascal Flatts, ‘Riot’
36. Brantley Gilbert, ‘One Hell of an Amen’
35. Frankie Ballard, ‘Young & Crazy’
34. A Thousand Horses, ‘Smoke’
33. Toby Keith, ‘Drunk Americans’
32. Dustin Lynch, ‘Hell of a Night’
31. Mickey Guyton, ‘Better Than You Left Me’
30. Keith Urban (Feat. Eric Church), ‘Raise ‘Em Up’
29. Easton Corbin, ‘Baby Be My Love Song’
28. Keslea Ballerini, ‘Love Me Like You Mean It’
27. Kristian Bush, ‘Trailer Hitch’
26. Billy Currington, ‘Don’t It’
25. Eric Paslay, ‘She Don’t Love You’
24. Darius Rucker, ‘Homegrown Honey’
23. Randy Houser, ‘Like a Cowboy’
22. Canaan Smith, ‘Love You Like That’
21. Chase Bryant, ‘Take It on Back’
20. Miranda Lambert, ‘Little Red Wagon’
19. Cole Swindell, ‘Ain’t Worth the Whiskey’
18. Jake Owen, ‘What We Ain’t Got’
17. Tyler Farr, ‘A Guy Walks Into a Bar’
16. Chris Young, ‘Lonely Eyes’
15. Little Big Town, ‘Girl Crush’
14. Dierks Bentley, ‘Say You Do’
13. Brett Eldredge, ‘Mean to Me’
12. Lady Antebellum, ‘Freestyle’
11. Jason Aldean, ‘Just Gettin’ Started’
10. RaeLynn, ‘God Made Girls’
9. Zac Brown Band, ‘Homegrown’
8. Eric Church, ‘Talladega’
7. Lee Brice, ‘Drinking Class’
6. Thomas Rhett, ‘Make Me Wanna’
5. Luke Bryan, ‘I See You’
4. Blake Shelton (Feat. Ashley Monroe), ‘Lonely Tonight’
3. Sam Hunt, ‘Take Your Time’
2. Carrie Underwood, ‘Something in the Water’
1. Florida Georgia Line, ‘Sun Daze’
Did Your Favorite Song Make Our Top 40 Country Songs List for February 2015?
What would you add to our list of the Top 40 country songs for February 2015? Share your opinions on this list — as well as the songs that deserve to be included, but weren’t — in the comments section below.
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