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♪ Workout Playlist: Girls Rock

You are woman, hear you roar. Or in this case, rock. Here’s a playlist for those days when you need a little additional girl power to get you moving. This 37-minute playlist is filled with rocking leading ladies, both old and new, to prevent you from getting bored while you’re working out. Boys and girls alike, pop in those earbuds and rock out!

(4:48) Not an Addict, K’s Choice: Great length and speed for a solid warm-up

Get rockin’

(4:18) Stupid Girl, Garbage:A good song for fast walking or getting into a jog

(3:20) Out Here All Night, Damone: Try 30-second sprints followed by 30 seconds of recovery (walking or slow jogging)

(3:18) Volcano Girls, Veruca Salt: Catch your breath here and maintain a steady pace

(2:42) Celebrity Skin, Hole: A short, quick one—great for another interval. We recommend 15 second full-out cardio bursts with 30 seconds of recovery

(3:25) Just a Girl, No Doubt: Gwen keeps you rocking in case you thought about getting tired. Every time Gwen has “had it up to here,” pick up your pace

(3:31) Misery Business, Paramore: This one will definitely give you a boost for another sprint. Use the first minute for recovery, and then each 30 seconds after that increase your intensity a little bit more

(4:40) Naked Eye, Luscious Jackson: Recover from your last push. Throw in some walking lunges and modified (not girl!) push-ups, too

(3:34) U + Ur Hand, Pink: Pick up the momentum one last time, ending the song with a dead sprint. Love this song for its tempo and its commentary!

Cool down
(3:00) Back In Your Head, Tegan and Sara: Slow down and wipe off the girly sweat

I’m sure we missed plenty of rockin’ songs, but let us know of any you’d love to see on a future playlist! Erin

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