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Have you ever stopped to think how many songs talk about running and its derivatives? I have. And the truth is that a few come up. That’s why I said to myself: why not make a playlist for running, escaping or running? And that’s what I did. The result is this. Twenty great songs from various decades and different styles. A medley that you can use in your outings, workouts, routines or wherever you want.
Undoubtedly one of the best songs from Bruno Mars’ debut album, “Doo-Woops & Hooligans” (2010). Frenetic rhythm with a bass drawing marking the pace from the first bar. Too bad it wasn’t chosen as a single.
What to say about a classic of these characteristics. Probably, one of the most rounded songs of the New Jersey rocker’s discography. Included in the 1975 album of the same name. The first notes announce that something very, very big is beginning.
The more I listen to it, the more I like it. It never gets old. It’s one of those timeless compositions, the kind that will live forever. And it’s not just because it’s a Paul McCartney masterpiece, it’s because it’s a real marvel. Or is it?
There are currently dozens of gadgets on the market that help us to fulfill this function. From smart watches to bracelets dedicated to fitness, what we are going to need is a heart rate monitor for which we can spend as little as 15 euros, for example, by getting the cheapest sports bracelet from Xiaomi.
Choose the application you want, but remember that some will force you to choose each song manually. As a recommendation, for the simple fact of reducing the time we will spend on this task, we can use Spotify. With one of the most recent updates, both for Android and iOS, the Spotify app allows us to choose an automatic playlist based precisely on the rhythm of our training.
If you want to go beyond what Spotify offers you, as we explained, you should use a heart rate monitor and, based on the data it returns as an average during the workout, select each of your songs manually to configure them in a playlist. Once you have them, this is what you should listen to while you are training… or running.
Born to run – Bruce SpringsteenWho hasn’t remembered Bruce when he feels so good that he thinks he was born to run? But less drama, it’s not about running forever and then you have to come back home.
Credence Clearwater Revival – Run through the jungle The CCR guys insist all the time that it’s better to run through the jungle and not look back. We’re not quite sure why, but we’ll listen to them.
Runnin’ Wild – AirbourneYou know, running wild and free, wild and free. A song that not only talks about running but also makes you want to run a lot. A rush of energy to pick up the pace.
Naughty Boy ft. Beyoncé, Arrow Benjamin – Runnin’ (Lose It All)Is this the song that repeats the word ‘running’ the most in history? Probably. Even if Beyoncé denies at times that she’s running, it’s hard not to think of the diva putting on her running shoes.
Sierra and Canada – Sidonie “A fatal spatial-temporal error took the time and place. You start running so you can get back, but time is a cruel murderer.” No, Sidonie is not talking about running here, but it’s not all about training, have you ever felt that no matter how much you run you can never go back to the past?
This is the glory! The chorus of this great song by León Benavente is a real anthem of all the festivals they go to. Check out the rest of the most played songs on Spotify to see how this band is one of the few that doesn’t lower the intensity in their songs. Pure power!
The roads are endless as you travel them at your own pace. Sidonie is grateful for all the anecdotes and friends they have collected on their tours as one of the most recognized indie bands. Ideal track to finish off the workout with a return to positive calm.