Best Rock Workout

What are the best rock songs to workout to?

The best rock workout and exercise songs to use when you exercise are ones that are set for the type of workout you are planning. You can find many of the best rock songs to use for a workout listed here along with an estimated beat per minute (BPM) for each song. The BPM will give you an idea of how fast or slow the song is.

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. 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. Also, make sure you have enough music to last your workout. You do not want to run out of songs at the conclusion of your exercise, since this is the critical moment you may need them the most. Since most songs range in length from about 3 to 5 minutes long, plan on using at least 10 to 12 songs for a 45 minute workout.

Below you will find different a variety of rock music that is good for exercising.

“All Star” by Smash Mouth Est. BPM: 104

“Are You Gonna Go My Way?” by Lenny Kravitz Est. BPM: 135

“Black Dog” by Led Zeppelin Est. BPM: 164

“Bleed It Out” by Linkin Park Est. BPM: 140

“Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen Est. BPM: 150

“Cradle of Love” by Billy Idol Est. BPM: 145

“Cum On Feel the Noize” by Quiet Riot Est. BPM: 143

“Dancing With Myself” by Billy Idol Est. BPM: 176

“Dirty Little Secret” by The All-American Rejects Est. BPM: 148

“Fox on the Run” by Sweet Est. BPM: 131

“Hard To Handle” by The Black Crowes Est. BPM: 106

“Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake Est. BPM: 85

“How Far We’ve Come by Matchbock Twenty Est. BPM: 128

“I Love Rock ‘N Roll” by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Est. BPM: 96

“It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me” by Billy Joel Est. BPM: 132

“Mony, Mony” performed by Billy Idol Est. BPM: 140

“Paint it, Black” by Rolling Stones Est. BPM: 163

“Rebel Yell” by Billy Idol Est. BPM: 160

“Rock and Roll All Nite” by KISS Est. BPM: 145

“Rock ‘n Roll Music” by Chuck Berry Est. BPM: 168

“Run-Around” by Blues Traveler Est. BPM: 150-155

“Runnin’ Down a Dream” by Tom Petty Est. BPM: 170

“Shock The Monkey” by Peter Gabriel Est. BPM: 148

“Takin’ Care Of Business” by Bachman-Turner Overdrive Est. BPM: 130

“The Distance” by Cake Est. BPM: 90

“The Hand That Feeds” by Nine Inch Nails Est. BPM: 128

“Time Machine” by Black Sabbath  Est. BPM: 162

“Tubthumping” by Chumbawamba Est. BPM: 104

“Walking On The Sun” by Smash Mouth Est. BPM: 125

“We Will Rock You” by Queen Est. BPM: 125-140

“Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses Est. BPM: 123

“You Give Love a Bad Name” by Bon Jovi Est. BPM: 124

One Response to “Best Rock Workout”

  1. ronald fekete says:

    My favorite ¨Long tall Sally¨ by Walter Trout?

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