New research from the UK-based company PureGym combines Spotify playlist data and determines the most popular songs to soundtrack an workout.
The company reviewed 142,000 unique tracks that filled playlists with “gym” or “workout” attached to the title and published a list of the top 50 recurring tracks.
It’s no secret that listening to music while exercising will lead to a happier, and more productive gym experience. “Music is like a legal drug for athletes,” he added Karageorghis returned, a Ph.D. from London’s Brunel University School of Sport and Education. “It can reduce mental effort a lot and increase endurance by up to 15 percent.”
Perhaps it’s the heart-pumping cadence of house music that brings a different look that is even more so than what PureGym knows. While Eminem’s “Till I Collapse” was the top spot, the first appearance of dance music came immediately. Imanbekremix of “Roses” by KASAYURAN JHN. Overall, the top 50 were full of Imanbek’s music as the producer featured on the list in three different seasons. Following “Roses,” TiestoThe break -in style track “The Business” took third place each.
The list is also in the first half of the list mare“Your Love (9PM)” and JELLYFISHred hot collaboration with Dermot Kennedy, “Paradise.” MEDUZA kept away the big winners because they were also shown on three different occasions. This is also true for the Brazilian superstar OFFER, whose original “On & On” and “Don’t Say Goodbye” made the cut along with his remix of MEDUZA’s “Piece of Your Heart”.
Outside of dance music, hip-hop has made a widespread footprint, primarily driven by classics from Eminem, Kanye West, and Drake. Check out below, courtesy of PureGym.