Power Hour: 14 Recent Hits for a 60 Minute Run Playlist

When you head out for the long run, you need a lot more tunes to keep you going. Try this playlist to cover the first hour.

On a longer run, you need a durable playlist. Specifically, you don’t want loads of new songs which might not suit you. Old favorites might not provide the oomph they once did. So, this scene requires something else: a stack of proven jams. To that end, we’ve collected a full hour of hits from the front half of 2019 to propel all the way to the end of your toughest training sessions.

The mix warms up with a TLC cover from Weezer and closes out with a club cut featuring Netsky, Bazzi, and Lil Wayne. In between you’ve got solo cuts from Billie Eilish and Iggy Azalea and band efforts from Bastille and The Cranberries. Finally, you’ve got a track that combine acts like Martin Garrix, Macklemore, and Fall Out Boy alongside a remix in which Feenixpawl updates a Madison Beer hit.

In short, the playlist is full of familiar faces and songs that—even if you don’t know them by name—you’ve likely heard in passing. To that end, you can take the infectious energy that propelled them up the Top 40 chart and put it to use in your most challenging workouts. So, when you’re looking for an extended pick-me-up, consider the mix below.

Weezer – No Scrubs – 93 BPM

Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care – 102 BPM

Shawn Mendes – If I Can’t Have You – 124 BPM

Iggy Azalea – Started – 83 BPM

Bastille – Joy – 118 BPM

Billie Eilish – bad guy – 135 BPM

Marshmello, Tyga & Chris Brown – Light It Up – 100 BPM

Taylor Swift & Brendon Urie – ME! – 91 BPM

Madison Beer – Hurts Like Hell (Feenixpawl Remix) – 130 BPM

The Cranberries – All Over Now – 109 BPM

Jonas Brothers – Sucker – 138 BPM

Interpol – Fine Mess – 129 BPM

Martin Garrix, Macklemore & Fall Out Boy – Summer Days – 114 BPM

Netsky, Bazzi & Lil Wayne – I Don’t Even Know You Anymore – 97 BPM

To find more workout songs, check out the free database at Run Hundred. Browse song selections by genre, tempo, and era to find the music that best fits your workout.