Top workout songs

November 29, 2011 

Top workout songs as voted by readers of Fitness Magazine

1. “SexyBack” - Justin Timberlake

2. “Ain’t No Other Man” - Christina Aguilera

3. “Fergalicious” - Fergie

4. “Girlfriend” - Avril Lavigne

5. “Maneater” - Nelly Furtado

6. “My Humps” - Black Eyed Peas

7. “Promiscuous” - Nelly Furtado

8. “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” - Fall Out Boy

9. “It’s Not Over” - Chris Daughtry

10. “This Is Why I’m Hot” - Mims

11. “Beautiful Liar” - Beyonce and Shakira

12. “Dance, Dance” - Fall Out Boy

13. “Suddenly I See” - KT Tunstall

14. “Smack That” - Akon with Eminem

15. “What Goes Around Comes Around” - Justin Timberlake

16. “The Sweet Escape” - Konvict Remix; Gwen Stefani, featuring Akon

17. “When You Were Young” - The Killers

18. “Beautiful Day” - U2

19. “Buttons” - Pussycat Dolls

20. “Get Me Bodied” - Beyonce

21. “How to Save a Life” - The Fray

22. “Irreplaceable” - Beyonce

23. “The River” - Good Charlotte

24. “Ay Chico” - Pitbull

25. “Say It Right” - Nelly Furtado

26. “Show Me The Money” - Petey Pablo

27. “Flathead” - The Fratellis

28. “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies” - Panic! At the Disco

29. “Yellow” - Coldplay

30. “Check On It” - Beyonce and Slim Thug

31. “Feel Good Inc.” - Gorillaz

32. “Here in Your Arms” - Hellogoodbye

33. “I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’ ”- Scissor Sisters

34. “I like The Way” - The Bodyrockers

35. “If Everyone Cared” - Nickelback

36. “Like a Boy” - Ciara

37. “Ring the Alarm” - Beyonce

38. “Show Me What You Got” - Jay-Z

39. “Technologic” - Daft Punk

40. “Alberto Balsalm” - Aphex Twin

41. “Be Without You” - Mary J. Blige

42. “Beautiful Things” - Andain

43. “In My Arms” - Mylo

44. “In the Morning” - Junior Boys

45. “Old School” - Danger Doom & Talib Kweli

46. “Rollin’ - Chamillionaire

47. “Tell Me ‘Bout It” - Joss Stone

48. “Victorious” - Tiesto

49. “Who Knew” - Pink

50. “Club Foot” - Kasabian

For more workout playlists, go to www.fitnessmagazine.com

SOURCE: FITNESS MAGAZINE

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