The Best Spotify Playlists for Your Workout: Part Two
We shared with you in our last blog the top Spotify playlist for yoga, lifting, and running. As promised, here are the best Spotify playlists for spinning and CrossFit:
Spinning is an insanely difficult workout that burns an intense number of calories in a single workout. If you are in a class, it is helpful to gain motivation from the people around you. You instructor is there to help keep your legs pumping. But what happens if you are spinning from home? Having the perfect background music can help you keep going even when your legs are starting to feel like noodles. Here are some great Spotify playlists for spinning.
- This playlist created by Spinning Workout, has 3 hrs. 42min of songs to keep your legs pumping. Check it out
- This playlist was also created by Spinning workout. It has the top songs for spinning for 2017. 37 of them to be exact. Check it out
- Created by Marcel Tholen, this playlist has over 22 hours of music. Everything ranging from Rihanna to Duck Sauce. All that you need to keep your workout going. Check it out
CrossFit’s nature of using workout techniques from a wide variety of sports is ideals for getting an amazing workout. This workout will help to increase more than one area of your physical fitness. This workout needs the right songs to motivate. Here are some of the top Spotify playlists for CrossFit:
- This playlist created by Flitr Sweden has a great list of music that will let you experience the tunes of Sweden as well as some other artist. Check it out
- Created by Spotify, this playlist has a great for keeping you pushing through the toughest workouts. It has over 1 hour worth of songs. Check it out
- This playlist was carefully crafted by Faeni Mogavero. It has music from Fall Out Boy, T.I. and many more. You will no doubt find something you like on this 12-hour long playlist. Check it out
Above all, when choosing the music for your workout, make sure that it reflects the factors that you need. If you need a song that is going to help you relax, a quick tempo song may not be the best fit. And if you need something that is going to pump you up, ocean sounds, though delightful, will not give you what you need.
- Shannon Kaszuba