You have set yourself a target for workouts but find your body giving up before you reach your goals. You could do better than giving up and face the wrath and scowls of your trainer. You have a more affordable and inspiring solution in listening to certain type of stirring songs that would pep up your energy and give you the extra boost required to reach the falling targets. You will be more confident and get the needed spur to succeed in your fitness goals. Have a look at some of the songs that have become popular in this year and may be perfect for you. The tracks are not the usual high bass rhythmic songs but will surely pump up your energies to perform better in any type of workouts be it weightlifting, jogging, push-ups or crunches than normal and get the desired results.
1. Chainsmokers Closer:
The song released in July 2016 is written by Andrew Taggart, Ashley Frangipane, Isaac Slade, Frederic Kennett, Joe King and Shaun Frank. The song was recorded by the American DJ duo The Chainsmokers member Andrew Taggart and singer Halsey. The song has been in the top chart for 11 weeks in succession. The music video was released on October 2016.
The album released by Republican records and Universal Music Group in July 2016 is written by Grey members Michael and Kyle Trewartha, Robert McCurdy, Asia Whiteacre and Christopher Petrosino and is sung by Hailee Steinfeld and the Trewartha duo.
3. Side to Side:
Recorded by Ariana Grande, Side to Side is released on August 2016 as a third song to her album Dangerous Woman. It is written by Max Martin, Grande, Minaj, Ilya Salmanzadeh and Savan Kotecha.
4. Let Me Love You:
The song has been recorded by DJ Snake as a part of his album Encore. Justin Bieber, Andrew Watt, Brian Lee, Ali Tamposi and Louis Bell co-wrote the song. It was released in August 2016.
5. 24K Magic:
The song pronounced as twenty-four karat magic is sung by Bruno Mars from the album of same name. It is co-written by Christopher Brown, Phillip Lawrence and released by Atlantic Records.
6. The Greatest:
The song is recorded by Australian artist Sia and has the well-known rapper Kendrick Lamar lending his voice as a co-singer. It is written by Sia, Lamar and Greg Kurstin.
7. One Dance:
Sung by Canadian Artist Drake with support vocals from Wizkid and Kyla One Dance was released in April 2016. It has been awarded as the song of the summer by Billboard and is the most played song on music streaming.
8. Treat You Better:
Released in June 2016 Treat You Better is written by Shawn Mendes, Scott Harris and Teddy Geiger. The song is about an abusive and violent relationship between couples.
9. This is What You Came for:
The song written by Calvin Harris, a Scottish DJ and sung by Barbados singer Rihanna.
10. Can’t Stop the Feeling:
Sung and recorded by American songwriter Justin Timberlake the song is an up-tempo disco-pop and is released in May 2016. There are still several other songs that you can use while at the gym working out on your fitness exercises.