A street run is a great way to recharge your energy and relieve fatigue. Especially if you run to dynamic and inspiring music. We have prepared a selection of tracks that are great for both workouts and betting at 22Bet mobile. With such music, breaking your own records is especially easy.
Linkin Park – What I’ve Done
This is not just a track from the soundtrack of the first “Transformers,” but a powerful accompaniment for running on the hills. The song can energize you, give you the momentum to run faster, and generally create a more positive mood.
Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Sueco, Lil Yachty – Speed Me Up
One can hardly imagine a song that would be so suitable for an energetic run. After all, Speed Me Up is the soundtrack to the movie about the adventures of Sonic, the world’s fastest hedgehog. Just as the hero of the iconic video games ran from Dr. Robotnik, so will you run from the extra pounds.
The Prodigy – Voodoo People
A timeless classic from the rave fathers for maximum acceleration over the long haul. What is noteworthy, there are a lot of running people in the videos for different variations of this track. By the way, the track is a kind of experiment of The Prodigy. During its recording, the musicians tried to organically combine their usual synthesizers with live music to enhance the effect of “wildness”.
Ed Sheeran – Small Bump
Ed Sheeran’s “Small Bump” is a great track to warm up and jog around your favorite pond. You can end your workout with it too, its rhythm will help you get your breath back.
Roy Orbison – I Drove All Night
A music playlist for running would not be complete without this romantic and groovy hit by the great Roy Orbison. With the pounding drums and strong guitar riffs, it’s easy to imagine yourself in the shoes of the song’s lyrical protagonist. The only difference is that he rushes through the night to his beloved, and you – in the morning at full speed to a healthy lifestyle.
Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes – Look At Me Now
If you are guided by your running cadence when choosing music, then this track by American artist Chris Brown featuring American rappers Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne should definitely be added to your playlist. The tempo of this song is close to 90 bpm (beats per minute). This tempo is perfect for completing a run, as it helps lower your blood pressure and heart rate faster.
Marshmello, Imanbek, Usher – Too Much
Nothing is too much. Including personal sports records and the feeling of invigorating energy in the body. You’ll know this when you start the Too Much track during an active workout on the treadmill.
The Killers – Runaways
An invigorating track from American rockers The Killers is perfect for long runs. The guitar rhythm, percussion sounds, and Brandon Flowers’ amazing vocals make it easy to get the right dose of endorphin and tune in for the long run and the load in general.
Michael Jackson – They Don’t Care About Us
One of the King of Pop’s legendary tracks is perfect for a cross-country run. Just like the rhythm and blues of the track alternate with hard-hitting hip-hop and hard rock, you want to change the load on your body while jogging, forcing it to overcome new obstacles. If you run to They Don’t Care About Us, get some sturdier shoes.
Blink-182 – What’s My Age Again?
In the video for the song What’s My Age Again, the perky punks run through the streets naked. This track will really get you up to speed. And at the same time, it will remind you of your turbulent youth and dashing adventures.
Tiësto – The Business
Combining crisp rhythm with almost weightless ambient, the Dutch genius of electronic music perfectly conveys the atmosphere of the evening metropolis. Neon-lit streets flow of people and cars, colors, sounds, and movement – all this is felt in every second of the track. So put it on when you’re going for a leisurely jog through the city after a hard day’s work.
Foo Fighters – The Pretender
In the 60’s and 70’s of last century, scientists found that rock music is best suited for workouts and runs, as it promotes the production of specific hormones for muscle growth. We offer you to test this hypothesis under one of the most successful alternative rock songs in the history of American music.
Woodkid – Run Boy Run
Nothing motivates you to go long distances like the repetitive word run. The title of this track from French composer Woodkid literally spurs you into action and gives you that extra motivation. We recommend playing it near the end of your run, when the only thing left to do is to endure for the sake of the number of calories burned.