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Power Hour Playlist For Longer Workout Sessions

This playlist features top hits from the recent months to keep you running strong—and inspired—no matter the length of your workout.

A playlist often serves a number of roles in a workout. When you need to get going with minimal fuss, it can draw on familiar inspirations. If youre multi-tasking, it can provide a way to stay in shape while surveying whats new in music. In this case, weve tried to split the difference with a long mix that recaps a few of the most popular running tracks from the last few months.

The list kicks off with one collaboration between The Chainsmokers and Coldplay and winds down with another featuring Katy Perry and Skip Marley. In between, youll find proven motivation from pop  favorites like Lady Gaga and Sia. Elsewhere, youll find club titans like Calvin Harris and Diplo. Lastly, underplayed gems from DJ Khaled and Gorillaz keep the mix from lulling into predictability.

The other advantage of a 60-minute mix is that itll keep you in motion during your longer sessions. Alternatively, you can use it during a shorter session and skip over the tracks that dont suit your tastes. However you use the mix, the picks await below.

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This – 103 BPM

Mura Masa & Charli XCX – 1 Night – 113 BPM

Gorillaz & Jehnny Beth – We Got the Power – 150 BPM

UPboys – Good Vibes – 126 BPM

Ed Sheeran – Castle on the Hill – 135 BPM

Diplo & Autoerotique – Waist Time – 129 BPM

Lorde – Green Light – 129 BPM

Sia – Move Your Body (Single Mix) – 128 BPM

Panama Wedding & Great Good Fine OK – Easy Lover – 128 BPM

Calvin Harris – My Way – 120 BPM

Lady Gaga – Perfect Illusion – 124 BPM

Dear Tatiana – Came Here to Win – 130 BPM

Imagine Dragons – Believer – 125 BPM

DJ Khaled, Beyonce & JAY Z – Shining – 113 BPM

Katy Perry & Skip Marley – Chained to the Rhythm – 96 BPM

To find more workout songs, folks can check out the free database at RunHundred.com. Visitors can browse the song selections there by genre, tempo, and era—to find the music that best fits with their particular workout routine.