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When you take a look around the gym or see someone out running, there is a good chance they have headphones on. I mean, it is no coincidence that there are so many workout playlists out there. Think about your own playlist that you put on shuffle when you get your endorphins flowing. What’s the reasoning behind it? Do you care about the beat of the music or are you simply looking for some motivational tunes?

We asked a few members of 26. Brew and some of our own staff members for their selections. Feel free to comment with your selections in the comment sections!

“Holding Out for a Hero” - Bonnie Tyler

“I could listen to that one song on a loop for an entire race. For some reason it just kicks my pace up a notch and makes me forget about being short of breath or in pain or whatever.” - Mitch Garrison- Mattos, 26. Brew


“I’ll be the weirdo and say I don’t listen to music, buy rather books on tape and podcasts.” - Aaron Hewitt, OrthoCarolina

“Uptown Funk” - Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars; “Teenage Dream”- Katy Perry; “Get Lucky”- Daft Punk

“If I’m feeling festive, I like to listen to music that makes me want to dance, or has a strong rhythm. I feel like it matches my heartbeat.” - Sharon Miles, 26. Brew

“Can’t Feel My Face” - The Weeknd; "Into You"- Ariana Grande
“I like songs that work for pretty much any workout. From strength training or cardio, these songs are upbeat enough to keep me motivated.” - Emily Shields, OrthoCarolina

“You Shook Me All Night Long” – AC/DC; “till I collapse”- Eminem; “Ready Aim Fire”- Imagine Dragons

- Logan Stewart, OrthoCarolina

Metallica, Allman Bros, podcasts

- Blair Primis, Orthocarolina"

"This Must Be The Place"- Talking Heads; "Hard Times"- Paramore

"These songs are happy and upbeat, and keeps you motivated! They'll lift your spirit if you're not feeling like working out."- Julie Campbell, OrthoCarolina


September 03, 2017

Good info re the music. At times the music will help motivate when you just can't get started . Thanks
- Gregory Hill