Exercising without music just seems… wrong. Outside of drowning out the sounds of grunts and heavy breathing from your fellow gym mates – music can distract you from fatigue, put you in a good mood, and even increase your endurance.
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In fact, studies show that when listening to music, people run further, bike longer, and swim faster without even knowing it!
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February is American Heart Month. And one of the best ways to stay heart healthy is to add some aerobic exercises into your weekly routine. Working out for 150 minutes each week – even moderate activities like walking, yoga, pushups, pull-ups, and squats – can significantly reduce your chances of heart disease.
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Thanks to our friends at Virtua Health we put together this blood-pumping, heart-thumping, pulse-pounding playlist to help get things moving! Enjoy.
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10. Dance Dance by Fall Out Boy
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9. Run, Run, Run by The Who
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8. Times Like These by The Foo Fighters
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7. Dog Days Are Over by Florence + The Machine
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6. Dancing In the Dark by Bruce Springsteen
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5. Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
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4. I Just Want to Celebrate by Rare Earth
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3. Hey Look Ma, I Made It by Panic! At The Disco
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2. Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey
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1. Cold Heart by Elton John & Dua Lipa
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If you wanna take heart-healthy to another level, take this quick quiz  to see how healthy your habits are!
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