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on Sep 21, 2012 in Workout Songs
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What are the best country workout songs?
The best country songs for a workout or exercise routine are listed here. If you like country songs, you will find the best ones for a workout. These are the country songs with upbeat rhythms to keep you going while you exercise. You will be encouraged to continue in your workout by listening to these country songs.
We have tried to provided you with energizing country songs that vary in style and tempo. Chosing the right tempo of music can be very important as your body will naturally move itself to that tempo. Choose a tempo that is too slow or too fast, and you may spoil your workout. For that reason, an approximate beat per minute has been listed beside each song.
Here is a basic guideline of which tempos are good for different workouts:
- Under 100 BPM: Slower paced workouts and during warm ups and cool downs
- 100 to 130 BPM: Walking and portions of your workout that are a little faster paced
- Over 130 BPM: Higher impact exercise and cardio
- 135 to 140 BPM: Power walking
- 135 to 155 BPM: Jogging
- 150 to 175 BPM: Running
- Over 175 BPM: Fast running and sprinting
Pick music that will gradually increase your tempo until you reach your optimum speed and then gradually decrease your tempo at the end of the workout. This will ensure that you are warming up and cooling down properly.
Below you will find different country music songs that are good for exercising. For your convenience, we have compiled the songs in a playlist, making it easy for you to listen to a sample or purchase a song.
Best Country Music Workout Songs
- “9 to 5″ performed by Dolly Parton Est. BPM: 105
- “Achy Breaky Heart (Don’t Tell My Heart)” by Billy Ray Cyrus Est. BPM: 122
- “Any Man Of Mine” performed by Shania Twain BPM: 78
- “Baby Likes To Rock It” by The Tractors Est. BPM: 160
- “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” by Brooks & Dunn Est. BPM: 134
- “Born To Boogie” by Hank Williams Jr. Est. BPM: 180
- “Bubba Shot The Jukebox” by Mark Chesnutt Est. BPM: 87
- “Chattahoochee” by Alan Jackson Est. BPM: 175
- “Cotton Eye Joe” by Joe Rednex Est. BPM: 124
- “If The House Is Rockin’” by Lee Roy Parnell Est. BPM: 160
- “Hard Workin’ Man” by Brooks & Dunn Est. BPM: 156
- “Life’s a Dance” by John Michael Montgomery Est. BPM: 136
- “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” by Shania Twain Est. BPM: 131
- “Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)” by Pam Tillis Est. BPM: 95
- “One More Last Chance” by Vince Gill Est. BPM: 156
- “Redneck Woman” performed by Gretchen Wilson Est. BPM: 92
- “Romeo” by Dolly Parton & Friends Est. BPM: 118
- “Third Rock from the Sun” by Joe Diffie Est. BPM: 146
- “T-R-O-U-B-L-E” by Travis Tritt Est. BPM: 180
- “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” by Shania Twain Est. BPM: 132
- “Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Byrd Est. BPM: 137