Jogging Songs

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Strap on your running shoes and book it down the road.

Have a peak at “Only You” by Ellie Goulding. It’s a great song to get you pumped up for a run.

Here are a couple songs to get you through your run. When I run, I like to have a lot of fast tempo, exciting songs to keep me moving. If you pick the right albums, jogging can be the part of the day you look forward to.   Heaven- Emile Sande Although it sounds pretty “showy” at first, this song is great for getting pumped up. I think it’s the build up of the chords before the chorus it’s one of those songs that makes you feel like you should be running.   Bailar Nada Mas- Jennifer Lopez Once you get past the weirdness of it being in Spanish and the interesting techno vibe this song is one freakin’ awesome running song. You’ll just be running along, then the chorus hits and you can’t help but put the pedal to the metal. Again, it can be strange at times, but I love it.   Alejandro- Lady Gaga When it comes to running, you can never go wrong with Lady Gaga. Almost every one of her songs has a driving beat in it to keep you going. I usually use this one to catch up to the people that pass me on the green way.   Fighter- Christina Aguilera This song comes in handy when your calves are about to snap off the bone and your heart is about to explode. Warning: it is a pretty dramatic song, but that makes it more fun. It’s one of those songs you listen to at the end of your run when you want to give up.   Partition- Beyonce I’ve been listening to Beyonce nonstop this year. I think it goes along with my senioritis. If it’s your first time listening to this song you might be a little thrown off like I was, however, it’s one my top picks. It’s just a fun song. Once you get past the “questionable themes”, you’ll find yourself flying down the road.   Only You- Ellie Goulding This song is pretty awesome. I enjoy how she mixes the choirs in the background, but the best part is the pounding drums and the steady pace it gives. When you get into this song, you usually find yourself forgetting that you’re even running.