Checkout the below listed latest top 10 best Songs For Aerobics in 2017, Getting a good workout for a lot of people tends to depend on the music that they are listening to. While aerobics require something with more of an upbeat cadence to keep you actively moving, it doesn’t mean than just any fast song is going to work well with your plan. Below you will find some of the very best tracks to get you motivated to keep pushing harder and farther, chosen both on their lyrical content as well as their strong instrumentation.
- #10. “Eye of The Tiger” – Survivor
- #9. “Welcome To The Jungle” – Guns N Roses
- #8. “Take Me Out” – Franz Ferdinand
- #7. “Back In Black” – AC/DC
- #6. “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” – Kelly Clarkson
- #5. “Seven Nation Army” – The White Stripes
- #4. “Fighter” – Christina Aguilera
- #3. “Turn Down For What” – Lil Jon & DJ Snake
- #2. “All I Do Is Win” – DJ Khaled
- #1. “Stronger” – Kanye West
Here we present the list of top 10 best Songs For Aerobics in 2017
#10. “Eye of The Tiger” – Survivor
This song isn’t only featured on this list because of its placement in so many sport montages throughout the years, starting with its initial introduction through the Rocky film series. The reason that the song has cracked into the top 10 is due in part to its driving beat and its direct connotation that people have with the song and big transformations in body builds.
#9. “Welcome To The Jungle” – Guns N Roses
If you are looking for a song that is sure to get you amped up as you work through your cardio and aerobic workouts, this is going to be a song that will get you there. While this song is one of the tracks that has been around since the late 80’s, it is still being used in sports venues all over the world to incite the crowd to excitement and cheers. With this kind of impact it can have on stadiums full of people, a concentrated dose should certainly do you a lot of good.
#8. “Take Me Out” – Franz Ferdinand
This is a song that is great for the beginning of your workout because it kind of has a slower and indistinct pace throughout the opening of the track. Shortly into the song, it transforms into a set and distinctive beat that will carry you through the rest of the song. This cadence to the track is a great pace to keep throughout your routine, and you can use this pattern to add in subsequent tracks into the playlist that match up with it more closely.
#7. “Back In Black” – AC/DC
AC/DC has a lot of great tracks that are ideal for your aerobics workouts, but none really hold a candle the guitar work and beat of “Back In Black”. This is a steady paced rock track that is sure to get you moving and might even motivate you to keep pushing even harder when your body feels like it is about to give up. “Back In Black” is a must have for your aerobic playlist.
#6. “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” – Kelly Clarkson
Pop tracks in general are a great thing to add to your workout mixes because usually they are more like dance anthems these days with driving bass drums and an upbeat delivery. While this particular song came out several years ago, its message is pretty clear. Sure, Kelly means getting over a guy that broke her heart and moving on, but the same adage applies to your workout routines, right?
#5. “Seven Nation Army” – The White Stripes
Speaking of stadium enthusiasm like what “Welcome To The Jungle” was able to produce, here is a track that is even more commonly used throughout live sporting events, video games and movies these days. “Seven Nation Army” has an absolutely addictive guitar track and a driving beat that can keep your body moving throughout the entire track. This is a great one to have on the playlist because it the right kind of cadence for good aerobics and cardio work.
#4. “Fighter” – Christina Aguilera
This girl power track is all about being gritty and tough. This anthem track has all of the makings of the perfect aerobic track, complete with a hearty bass line and driving percussion that begs to be danced along with. This is one of those songs that makes you just want to hit the heavy bag in a boxing gym and act like you are preparing for your title fight.
#3. “Turn Down For What” – Lil Jon & DJ Snake
While this is certainly one of the biggest songs to be played throughout all the clubs in recent years, even seeing a hardcore cover of the song, “Turn Down For What” is also a great track that you can use to get in those extra reps. This whole song is about hyping you up from the verses to the choruses, and you can take full advantage of every minute of this song as you work to improve your body through your aerobic workouts.
#2. “All I Do Is Win” – DJ Khaled
This is a song that a lot of people imagine themselves walking out to a boxing ring or UFC octagon to. This is a song that will encourage you to push yourself harder and be the winner that the singer of the song suggests that he is. It is about pushing yourself to your limits and getting everything out of every workout that you have. Doesn’t hurt that the song is crazy catchy and you just want to listen to it anyway.
#1. “Stronger” – Kanye West
Kanye West is another artist that has a lot of driving tracks that will be great to throw into your workout playlist, but “Stronger” is among the best that you can hope for in all of music. This driving beat and general message for the whole song is about what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and that’s an important thing to remember as you are pushing yourself towards greatness.
These are songs that are going to get you up and get you moving. While the genres might teeter back and forth between hip hop and pop genres, these are the two main genres where you are going to find the best kinds of cadences that encourage a good aerobic workout. If you are looking to add a little extra something to your current routine, load up any one of these tracks and keep the pace with the beat while you are exercising for the duration of each track. They are guaranteed to have you break a sweat.