Even the most dedicated athletes and fitness fanatics find they lack motivation to get up and work out.

So, if you are looking to try out a new yoga routine or achieve that personal best while on the treadmill, the right place to start is with an inspiring workout playlist.

The right music can transform the chore of a workout into an exciting part of your day and before you know it you might even be feeling it.

From dance vibes to music that gets your blood pumping, there is a perfect workout track for everyone regardless of your music taste.

1. Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) by Elton John and Dua Lipa

One of the most unexpected collaborations to come out of 2021, delivers an up-tempo track that is perfect for when you first step in the gym and are warming up on the bike or treadmill.

2. Out Out (feat. Charli XCX & Saweetie) by Joel Corry x Jax Jones

This high-intensity song will push you through that incline or endurance sprint.

There is no doubt about it that this song will make you sweat.

3. Woman – Doja Cat

Planning to run a few miles on the treadmill, it is important to weave in a few more chilled songs that are still upbeat, but are not too intense.

This song is perfect for those active recovery moments during a cardio session.

4. All of the Lights by Kanye West feat. Rihanna

This track by Kanye West is the key to workout success.

It can help you get that coveted endorphin high or help you push past  the point of uncomfortable burn or fatigue.

Did you know your brain even has an ideal rhythm that your body will best respond to?

5. Lose Control by Meduza, Becky Hill and Goodboys

High intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts are the best for a lot of reasons.

They are quick and efficient and perfect for improving cardio and strength, they are also one of the best workouts to do if you’re looking to lose weight.

They are also very hard, which means a high intensity workout must be pumping out through your headphones from start to finish.

This tune is a perfect party track and will add some fun to listening too while working out.

Now go show them what you’re made of.