With winter come's countless of excuses not to exercise. These tracks will keep you motivated and moving all season long.
Ahh, winter. We love the break you give us from the sweltering heat (especially here in Brisbane), and you give us an excuse to rug up, stay home and eat all the comfort food we can imagine. However, with winter comes the countless excuses as to why we don’t need to exercise. It’s too cold to go for a run. Who needs a bikini body in winter anyways? Sound familiar? Here’s our top 10 tracks to get you in the exercise mood this winter.
Sorry by Beyoncé.
Yep, we’re still not over the surprise drop of Queen Bey’s album, Lemonade. There’s something about this track that just makes us feel so fierce. When summer rolls around you won’t be sorry for working it!
Work by Iggy Azalea
It’s a golden classic, and will get you through the toughest of squats. Just think of Azalea’s enviable booty as you’re work, work, working on your sh*t.
Grown by Little Mix
UK girl band, Little Mix, have definitely been making waves within Australia of late, with their hits Hair and Secret Love Song being played on the Australian radios non stop. This track isn’t as well known, but we can guarantee it’ll be the next Little Mix hit!
Runnin’ (Lose It All) by Naughty Boy ft. Beyoncé
Ok, we admit that Beyoncé is our number one workout Queen. If the track’s name doesn’t give it away, it has the perfect tempo to set your pace while working on your cardio.
Started from the Bottom by Drake
Everyone loves a little bit of Drake, and this is a throwback to his first album. It’ll remind you that everyone starts somewhere.
Work by Rihanna
It’s an obvious one, but this is a workout anthem that we can’t miss out on. After all, Bad Gal RiRi is body goals!
The Sound by The 1975
This little known tune is definitely one to listen to. The 80’s nostalgia is strong, but if the aerobics classes of that era is anything to go off, you’ll have buns of steel in no time by listening to this track.
Sorry by Justin Beiber
Yep, you read that right. We’re still obsessing over Beib’s latest album, especially this track. Maybe it’s because the dancing film clip is still our favourite thing ever.
This Is What You Came for by Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna
Calvin Harris and Rihanna have the unique ability to make incredible tunes that we can’t help to get obsessed with. Also, the electropop beats will help you get through the hardest of workouts.
Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
We couldn’t list our favourite workout tracks without T-Swizzle! This song will help you forget the haters and focus your breakup anger into an incredible workout. Hey, at least you’re putting it to something productive.