I hope everyone had a great weekend. Mine was low key, but productive. I got a bunch of homework done on Friday and Saturday (I have a midterm and two assignments due this week).  I also did some volunteering which involved soccer drills and then a game afterwards. It was a lot of fun and the kids gave me a much needed boost of energy.  Plus it was nice to be active after spending so much time at my desk on Friday and Saturday.

This is my last week of classes before I get a week off for reading week. I have to admit that I’m very much looking forward to a bit of a break. I feel like I hit the ground running when school started the first week of January and it hasn’t let up since. While I’ll still be doing some homework and studying for my NASM certification over reading week, it’ll be nice to have a bit of downtime too.

Today I’m sharing another workout playlist. Most of my workouts are about an hour long, so it’s the perfect length.

55 Minute Workout Playlist

There’s quite a few older songs on this playlist, but they’re also favorites of mine – Dirrty, Moves Like Jagger, and Whataya Want From Me. I’m pretty sure I’ll never get tired of those three songs. And because I don’t hear them very often on the radio anymore it’s always fun when they come on my playlist while I’m at the gym. It gives me a little extra oomph to work hard. You can check out my playlist below on Spotify.

Be sure to check out my Workout Playlist page for a full list of all the playlists I’ve created if you’re looking for some more workout playlist ideas.

55 Minute Workout Playlist

3 thoughts on “55 Minute Workout Playlist

  • February 13, 2017 at 8:14 am
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    I’m ALWAYS looking for new music! can’t wait to add some of these songs to my playlist!

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  • February 15, 2017 at 5:59 pm
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    I have always been a Pandora user, but just started using Spotify. I have been looking for a playlist like this- thank you!

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  • February 16, 2017 at 9:30 am
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    Love this playlist! Lots of variety and tons of high energy songs. When I’m working out, it’s always music that gives me the most energy.

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