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This workout playlist for strength training is full of great workout songs that will keep you pumped up throughout your workout!
One of my goals for the upcoming fall is not only to get back in shape but to build muscle. Somewhere in the past three years my muscles have just disappeared, and I would love to be able to hold my toddler for more than a few minutes without my arms aching.
When I think about muscles, I think of my husband and my brothers, especially my little brother. He’s never been real scrawny but the past few years since he stopped playing college basketball he’s really started to bulk up. Every time I see him I swear his arms are just a little bigger. He’s actually the one who first introduced me to protein powder and convinced me to start adding protein to my smoothies.
This past week while I was visiting my family I worked out with my siblings and it was fascinating to see how much goes into actual building muscle. I’m a cardio girl through and through, but I’m quickly realizing to build muscle, cardio isn’t enough. And neither is just exercise; building muscle really is a three-part program – exercise, eating well, and getting enough protein. The third part is definitely the hardest for me, which is why I was so glad that my brother introduced me to some non-meat ways to add protein into my diet like EAS Myoplex Ready to Drink products (RTDs). They’re the easiest way to add a little protein right after your workout. All you have to do is shake, open, and drink.
We picked up our Myoplex RTDs at the local Walmart and let me tell you, if was pretty tough deciding among all of the tasty flavors like chocolate fudge, cookies and cream, and dark chocolate. The RTDs are perfect for a protein filled post-workout snack for people like my brothers who want to stay big and for people like me who are just starting to build new muscle. I’m looking forward to using EAS to become the strongest me I can.
One other thing my brothers convinced me I needed last week was an update to my workout music. I apparently listen to too much pop and angry girl music when I run. They gave me some new song ideas that I probably wouldn’t run too, but let me tell you, they are great workout songs for strength training! There were definitely times when the song playing was the only thing that got me through the last push-up or two. Here are 25 of my favorite new workout songs!
Great Workout Songs for Strength Training
Not Afraid by Eminem
A Place for My Head by Linkin Park
Hero by Skillet
All These Things I Hate by Bullet For My Valentine
Face Down by Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark by Fall Out Boy
Thrift Shop by Macklemore
The Wolf by Mumford & Sons
Come With Me Now by Kongos
Tear in My Heart by Twenty One Pilots
Wake Me Up by Avicii
I Bet My Life by Imagine Dragons
Float on by Modest Mouse
The Monster by Eminem
Sail by Awolnation
Hit It by American Authors
Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore
Seventy Times 7 by Brand New
Welcome to the Black Parade by My Chemical Romance
Remember the Name by Fort Minor
Stronger by Kanye West
Best of You by Foo Fighters
Take a Walk by Passion Pit
Raging Fire by Phillip Phillips
Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
What does your workout routine look like? Are you already using protein products like the Myoplex RTDs or strictly a cardio person like me?