The Playlist: Top 10 Workout Tunes for May 2019

There’s no rhyme or reason for what landed at the top of the charts, but all have beats to keep you running.

If there’s a trend at work in this month’s top 10 list, it’s the lack of a trend. The picks are all over the place. So, if you’re looking for a few songs—or a full mix—that’ll get you out of a rut, we’ve got you covered.

On the rock front, you’ll find new tunes from the U.K.’s Foals and Coachella headliners Tame Impala. Moving on to rap, you’ve got a collaboration featuring Macklemore and abundant sass from Iggy Azalea. From the club scene, there are new anthems from ’90s heroes The Chemical Brothers and a new single from Calvin Harris. Perhaps hardest to classify is a joint venture from Khalid and John Mayer.

With a little more sunshine each day and a variety of jams from throughout the musical spectrum, you’ve got every reason to get outdoors for a run. When you’re ready to make that happen, here’s the full top 10 list—according to the votes logged on workout music site Run Hundred.

Foals – In Degrees – 122 BPM

Tame Impala – Patience – 100 BPM

Lizzo & Missy Elliott – Tempo – 107 BPM

Why Don’t We & Macklemore – I Don’t Belong In This Club – 115 BPM

Iggy Azalea – Sally Walker – 70 BPM

The Chemical Brothers – We’ve Got To Try – 92 BPM

Avicii & Aloe Blacc – SOS – 100 BPM

Calvin Harris – I’m Not Alone – 123 BPM

Marshmello & CHVRCHES – Here With Me – 100 BPM

Khalid & John Mayer – Outta My Head – 103 BPM

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