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The Best New Tunes for Your Fall Workouts

What do we love more than the pumpkin patch, apple cider, a cool and crisp autumn morning run, and playing in the leaves?

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The following new workout tunes.

In fact, you might say we have fallen in love with them.

(See what we did there?)

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Behold, our favorite new workout tracks for all of your fall workouts — and be sure to read to the bottom to follow along and listen to our playlist on Spotify!

Truth, Mark Ronson featuring Alicia Keys & The Last Artful, Dodgr

Keep on moving, too.

Beautiful People, Ed Sheeran featuring Khalid

Be beautiful by being you.

Enzo, DJ Snake and Sheck Wes, featuring eat. Offset, 21 Savage & Gucci Mane – Malaa Remix

You need this song for your next sweat sesh.

Leave Us Alone, Night Riots

Leave us alone … we’re working out.

Take Back The Power, The Interrupters

No, really, what’s your plan for tomorrow? Time to take back the power.

Won’t Be Late, Swae Lee featuring Drake

Don’t be late for that fitness class either.

LOVE, Sleater-Kinney

You might say we LOVE this one.

Rock Witchu, PRETTYMUCH

Let’s get wild.

Real Good Feeling, Oh The Larceny

We’ve got a real good feeling about this one.

Champion, Bishop Briggs

Baby, you’re strong. You’re a champion.

Que Calor, Major Lazer featuring J Balvin, El Alfa

More beats like this, por favor.

And two bonus tracks for cool downs or meditation …

Not 20 Anymore, Bebe Rexha

We’re aging like wine, too.

Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You, Sheryl Crow & St. Vincent

Would also totally work as a warm-up!

How to Get the Workout Playlist on Spotify

Like always (and forever), here it is on Spotify for you to stream and sweat to! (And, while you’re there, check out our podcast, too.)

Now that you’ve got the tunes, tell us: What are your favorite workouts to do in fall? We always love walking, running, and hiking this time of year! –Jenn

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