X96's Ultimate Get Fit Playlist

Aerobics elliptical walker trainer group at fitness gym workout

Aerobics elliptical walker trainer group at fitness gym workout

Everybody knows that a good playlist is critical to having the best workout possible when you hit the gym. Trying to work out while listening to the grunts and groans of other gym patrons isn’t quite the same as moving to your favorite music while breaking a sweat. Todd Nuke’em shared the playlist he likes to work out to. He likes to bike.

Whether you’re going to burn a few calories or you’re looking to be the next Mr. or Ms. Olympia, this playlist is guaranteed to help you have a better workout.

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1. Rage Against the Machine “Killing in the Name”

Nothing will get you going like Zack dela Rocha screaming at the top of his lungs the definitive sentence of defiance.

2. The Killers “Somebody Told Me”

Still one of their best songs. Ya know, before their got overly sentimental and all their songs seemed to be about neon sign graveyards or bones. This one wins every time.

3. Nine Inch Nails “Head Like a Hole”

Too dark for a workout playlist? Nope. “Bow down before the one you serve. You’re going to get what you deserve if you eat that 2nd donut.”

4. Imagine Dragons “Shots”

Why is this here? Because interval training and as apology to your body about all the shots of Fireball you did over the weekend causing you spend an extra 30 on the elliptical.

5. Red Hot Chili Peppers “Give It Away”

Good for cross training. Push-ups! Lunges! Jump rope! Monkey bars…wait, what? Give it away.

6. Green Day “Holiday/Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Another good song for cross-training. Get your heart pumping and cool down to the second half of this combo from “American Idiot.”

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7. Linkin Park “One Step Closer”

One step closer from being fat. Get so angry. So angry with Chester and take it out on your running shoes.

8. blink-182 “Dammit”

Because it’s the song you were listening to when you were just getting crushes on girls and were much more fit and attractive. Let it inspire you to get back into shape.

9. MGMT “Kids”

Because the video is so creepy, you doing power LARPing in Sugarhouse Park will seem normal as you blast this song.

10. Blur “Song 2”

Because, “WoooHOOOO!”

11. Muse “Dead Inside”

Because the man is trying to keep you down and when the apocalypse arrives you need to be ripped. Maybe.

12. KONGOS “Come With Me Now”

Constant, nefarious beat to get you through your reps.

13. Walk the Moon “Shut Up and Dance”

You can run and run, but you can never hide from this song. It’s everywhere. Just keeping running from it for your health.

14. Fall Out Boy “Centuries”

You’d knew there would be one Fall Out Boy song on here. Scream it, “CENTURIES!”

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