Today I’m sharing a workout playlist inspired by the 70’s. There was some really great music (as well as some really terrible) music from that decade, so I thought I’d share some of my favorite songs.
Before I share today’s playlist, I wanted to write about how I spent my holiday Monday at the gym!
Usually group fitness classes are cancelled at my gym on holidays, but I’m very grateful to the two instructors who volunteered to teach yesterday. I was surprised that there weren’t more people in the class considering that there were so few to choose from.
My workouts have been feeling a bit blah for the last week or two, and this one unfortunately felt about the same. I don’t know what it is, but I’m just not feeling the same excitement and energy that I usually do when I’m working out. I know that not all of my workouts are going to feel great, but I feel like I’ve been stuck with a row of so-so ones. I’m planning on a rest day today, so hopefully when I’m back at it on Wednesday my cardio feels a bit better.
And now onto the workout playlist!
- Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gee’s
- Dancing Queen – Abba
- Hotel California – Eagles
- Le Freak – Chic
- If You Leave Me Now – Chicago
- Hold the Line – Toto
- Superstition – Stevie Wonder
- Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin
- Rock the Boat – Hues Corporation
- YMCA – Village People
- Blame it on the Boogie – the Jacksons
- Hot Stuff- Donna Summer
- Good Times – Chic
- Don’t Go Breaking my Heart – Elton John
- We Are Family – Sister Sledge
- Disco Inferno – The Trammps
This playlist is just over an hour and 15 minutes long so it’s the perfect length for a workout. You can find the workout on Spotify here. If you want access to all the workout playlists that I create, you can follow me. In addition, all of my workout playlist posts that I’ve shared on the blog can be found here.
One more thing before I end this post: I wanted to share that I have a Gumroad store and you can find all of my paid offerings over there, from goal setting workbooks to workout and food tracker printables to consent cards for yoga teachers. If you have any questions about any of the products I’ve created, feel free to email me and I can answer them for you.
What’s a song you would include in a 70’s workout playlist?