What’s on Your Running Playlist?

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Over the past few years, I have been running without any music. The primary reason for that was that I did not have headphones that I would consider safety use while running on the roads. Through being a BibRave Pro, I have been trying out a new pair of wireless headphones provided by AfterShokz. They are the Trekz Tiranium model. My blog review on the AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Headphones will be coming next week.   

   
Earlier this week I ran a poll on Twitter asking what runners listen to while they run. The choices were music, podcasts, or nothing. Here are the results:  
 
 Being that I haven’t ran with music in a while, I had to create some playlists. Here are some of my choices.  

  1. Alive by P.O.D.
  2. Bang A Gong by T. Rex
  3. Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen
  4. Break on Through to the Other Side by The Doors
  5. Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore
  6. Chelsea Dagger by a The Fratellis
  7. Come With Me Now by Kongos
  8. Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne
  9. Danger Zone by Kenny Loggins
  10. The Distance by Cake
  11. Enter Sandman by Metalica
  12. Eye of the Tiger by Survivor 
  13. Fire by Jimi Hendrix
  14. Hall of Fame by The Script
  15. I Bet My Life by Imagine Dragons 
  16. I’m Shippin Up to Boston by Dropkick Murphy
  17. Monster by Skillet
  18. Move by Thousand Foot Krutch
  19. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark by Fall Out Boy
  20. You Really Hot Me by Van Halen

What’s on your playlists? What should I add? If you listen to podcasts, which ones running related? 

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One thought on “What’s on Your Running Playlist?

  1. Honestly, I use my playlist as a metronome to help me reinforce fast and efficient cadence. As a result, it must be between 185 and 190 bpm.

    It’s all music I love, but it’s a pretty eclectic mix.

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