Music Remixes to Keep You Running – Women’s Running


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Remixes are an excellent way to round out a workout playlist for two reasons:

  1. They generally focus on high profile hits because they are in demand.
  2. They cast the songs in a new light, often with a slightly faster tempo.

The remix combines familiarity and freshness—generally the staples of a good workout tune—in a single song. You find alternate angles on rap and dance tracks, like tunes from Cardi B, Travis Scott, and Lil Donald. Then there are the club cuts from Madison Beer, Martin Garrix, and Selena Gomez.

When you need a little pick-me-up, slide these variations into your current mix alongside (or in place of) the originals.

Madison Beer – Hurts Like Hell (Feenixpawl Remix) – 130 BPM

Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now (Friction & Killer Hertz Remix) – 87 BPM

Lil Donald & Ludacris – Say It Twice (Remix) – 70 BPM

Selena Gomez – Wolves (Owen Norton Remix) – 128 BPM

Matt Nathanson – Used To Be (VALNTN Remix) – 94 BPM

Travis Scott – SICKO MODE (Skrillex Remix) – 78 BPM

Martin Garrix – Dreamer (Nicky Romero Remix) – 124 BPM

Cardi B – I Like It (Dillon Francis Remix) – 75 BPM

Foster The People – Sit Next to Me (Stereotypes Remix) – 105 BPM

Lindsay Latimer – I Blame You (Bodytalkr Remix) – 116 BPM

To find more workout songs, check out the free database at Run Hundred. Browse selections by genre, tempo, and era to find the music that best fits your workout.



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