Get your groove on with this new workout playlist. Great music can really get your heart rate up and in the zone for a great fitness routine. Your brain gets so occupied in music that you tend to exercise for longer periods of time. Everybody has their favorite genre of music that they like to listen to. It could even be in different languages or just instrumental. But here are the top ten that we consider popular workout songs that get your heart rate up.

1. “Back for More” by Five Finger Death Punch
This is a great heavy metal song that starts off slow. It is great for when you are warming up. By the time you are sprinting, the song will slip into a great upbeat rhythm!

2. “Bad Blood” by Taylor Swift
This song by Taylor Swift is extremely catchy and right away you will feel like you are on the dance floor. It takes your brain elsewhere and you will be surprised at how long you have been exercising when the song ends.

3. “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor
This is an old classic but still part of many people’s workout playlists. It has a great beat that will get your heart rate up! With a familiar song, you get so lost in nostalgia that cardio workouts come as easy as breathing.

4. “Good Feeling” by Flo Rida
This song starts with a high beat right from the start. It is great for when you are taking your workout to the next level. This song has that magical motivating feature.

5. “Hungry” by Rob Bailey And The Hustle Standard
Another heavy metal song for the heavy metal fans! It is a popular choice in many workout playlists.

6. “Joker & The Thief” by Wolfmother
This is another one of those songs that start off slow for when you are warming up. The guitar solo can really put you into full stride.

7. “Levels” by Avicii
This is more of a dancing, played-in-the-club sort of song. But again, this song has a great rhythm and makes you feel upbeat. It is an absolute favorite of people who are into circuit training.

8. “Remember the Name” by Fort Minor
Not everyone is a fan of rap music, but this song by Fort Minor has made it to millions of workout playlists for its fast beat.

9. “Stronger” by Kanye West
This track is a little slow which is why it is great for when you are practicing strength training or cooling down after a workout session.

10. “Work Hustle, Kill” by Rob Bailey And The Hustle Standard
This song has been #1 on iTunes. The rhythm is not as fast as you would want for a cardio workout, but the lyrics are motivating.