Best hard workout songs

When I feel like I have nothing left to give but still have one interval left I cry, “Alexa! Play St Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion).”

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Fight fire with Fire off Metallica’s ride the lightning, if that doesn’t get you to go through a wall nothing will lol

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Open YouTube and search for the techno channel called HATE. Ignore the dumb name, it’s full of all types of pounding techno to get lost in on the pain train. They’ve also got a SoundCloud.

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Got a bunch, but def reccing Rage Against the Machine & System of a Down discographies

B.O.B by Outkast
Two Weeks by All That Remains
Oh My Darling Don’t Cry by Run the Jewels
Hello Bitches by CL
Sex Party by Left Boy
Before I Forget by Slipknot
Down With the Sickness by Disturbed
Monkey Wrench by Foo Fighters

I really can’t pick a genre :slight_smile:

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I’m a bit eclectic in my music too. Here’s a screenshot for proof!

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Blackened by Metallica has been playing in my ears a lot lately. Highly recommend for long painful intervals.

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Synthwave is amaaaazing for hard workouts. It’s really motivating and helps you when you’re in the dark place.

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Nice topic and for sure I’ll listen to some of the music tips here. I’ll share mine later once I don’t know them by hart but there are some music’s I repeatedly put on those really hard moments.

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It helped Rick Hansen roll across Canada. :wink::+1:

Louisiana Saturday night by mel mcdaniel

Anything above sweetspot needs some good quality house music for me. Gets me right in the zone! My 2019/20 list here.

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Long Hard Road out of Hell- Marilyn Manson
New Noise- Refused (give it a minute)
Ante Up- Bane (or any number of songs by Bane)
Rookie- Boysetsfire
The Meaning of Life- Offspring
Peaceful Day- Pennywise (2x if you have ever watched the section from Seasons)
Nothing to Prove- h2o
Cute without the E- Taking back sunday

I could do this for a long time.

Dopesmoker by Sleep

For when you need an hour of epic heavy rock to keep it moving

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One of my favorites for over unders:

Other must be on hard workouts:


Not because of the music it self but the motivational message on it.

My evolving playlist, I really like this type of music and Skrillex is one of my favorite artists which is what 99% of this is, either his music or his remixes

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Keep the hits coming

For when things aren’t too tough and you need to make time melt

edit to add a better version of the link to this dope playlist

Some Prodigy and a hard workout go hand-in-hand, but you appear to have one glaring omission :flushed:

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No Tourists has some new tracks you might also like, e.g:

  • Light up the Sky
  • We Live Forever
  • Timebomb Zone
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Along the same lines but there are a few new flavours in there on the metal theme. The Sick puppies track in particular can get me through anything!

Du Hast. - Rammstein
Welcome to the jungle- Gnfnr
She sells sanctuary- the cult

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