The Top 10 Workout Songs for March 2015

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Need to add some new songs to your workout album this month? Here are 10 great tracks ...

This month's top 10 workout songs cover a wide array of tempos and styles that will complement an equally diverse range of workouts. For low rep exercises that strengthen your body, crunches, weights and so on, you might start with one of the slower tracks from David Guetta or Flo Rida. For a cardio routine, running, ropes, and the like, consider one of the faster numbers from alt-rock favourites Bleachers or club stars Yellow Claw.

If the feel is more important to you than the tempo, there are tracks spanning 100-128 beats per minute (BPM) and a variety of genres. The mix includes the latest confection from Maroon 5, a remix of Big Data's crossover hit, and a collaboration between X Factor alumni Fifth Harmony & L.A. rapper Kid Ink.

There should be something here for every taste and routine. If you're looking for a few new songs to spruce up your existing mix, you're in luck. Alternatively, if you need a clean break, you can swap in this entire list—since it blends a variety of speeds and sounds that will get you moving and keep you guessing.

Here's the full list, according to votes placed at Run Hundred.

David Guetta, Afrojack & Nicki Minaj - Hey Mama - 86 BPM

Flo Rida, Sage the Gemini & Lookas - GDFR (K. Theory Remix) - 73 BPM

Big Data & Joywave - Dangerous (Spacebrother's Electro Stomp Remix) - 126 BPM

Fifth Harmony & Kid Ink - Worth It - 101 BPM

Madonna - Living for Love - 123 BPM

Imagine Dragons - I Bet My Life (Alex Adair Remix) - 117 BPM

Bleachers - Rollercoaster - 163 BPM

Maroon 5 - Sugar - 121 BPM

Yellow Claw & Ayden - Till It Hurts - 146 BPM

Penguin Prison - Calling Out (Elephante Remix) - 128 BPM

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