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60 Pumped Up Songs To Inspire A Successful Gym Workout

Joel Brown (Founder of




The power of music is mind blowing, music can be an incredible tool for motivation, especially in the gym, while your smashing out that next 12 km run or lifting your next challenging set of weights. So we have decided to compile a list of 60 awesome motivating songs for the gym (in no particular order), for you to add to your next workout playlist.

Please leave a comment with some of your favourite workout tracks that we may have ‘unknowingly’ left out of this list.



Motivational Workout Music For The Gym


1. Metallica – Enter Sandman (Rock/Metal)Link

2. 50 Cent – Ok, You’re Right (Hip Hop)Link

3. Linkin Park – Faint (Hard Rock) Link

4. Dead Prez – Hip Hop (Hip Hop) Link

5. Jay-Z & Linkin Park – Numb/Encore (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

6. Godsmack – I Stand Alone (Rock/Metal) Link

7. Fort Minor – Remember The Name (Hip Hop) Link

8. Daft Punk – Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Electro) Link

9. Eminem ft.Nate Dogg – Till I Collapse (Hip Hop) Link

10. Rage Against The Machine – Testify (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

11. Kanye West – Stronger (Hip Hop) Link

12. Eminem – Lose Yourself (Hip Hop) Link

13. Knife Party – Internet Friends (Electro/House/Dubstep) Link

14. Rob Zombie – Dragula (Industrial Metal) Link

15. Nas ft. Ludacris & Jadakiss – Made You Look (Remix) (Hip Hop) Link

16. Rammstein – Du Hast (Heavy Metal) Link

17. Pendulum – Tarantula (Drum N Bass) Link

18. LL Cool J – Headsprung (Hip Hop) Link

19. Disturbed – Indestructible (Alternative Metal) Link

20. Guns And Roses – Welcome To The Jungle (Rock) Link

21. 50 Cent – Get Up (Hip Hop) Link

22. AC / DC – Thunderstruck (Rock) Link

23. Rev Theory – Hell Yeah (Rock) Link

24. Dizzee Rascal – Bonkers (Electro/Hip Hop) Link

25. The Roots – Here I Come (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

26. Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name Of (Rock/Hip Hop) Link

27. Jay-Z – 99 Problems (Hip Hop) Link

28. Trick Daddy ft. Lil Jon and Twista – Lets Go (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

29. The Chemical Brothers – Galvanize (Techno) Link

30. Justice – Phantom Pt.II (Electro) Link

31. Tupac – Ambitionz Az A Ridah (Hip Hop) Link

32. Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now (Soul/Techno) Link

33. Swedish House Mafia ft. Tinie Tempa – Miami 2 Ibiza (Dance/Hip Hop) Link

34. Young Jeezy ft. Kanye West – Put On (Hip Hop) Link

35. The Offspring – Come Out And Play (Rock) Link

36. Labrinth ft.Tinie Tempa – Earthquake (Pop/Electro/Hip Hop) Link

37. Far East Movement Ft. The Cataracs & Dev – Like A G6 (Pop/Electro/Hip Hop) Link

38. The Prodigy – Breathe (Techno) Link

39. Survivor – Eye Of The Tiger (Pop/Rock) Link

40. Papa Roach – Last Resort (Rock) Link

41. Hollywood Undead – Undead (Rock) Link

42. Afrojack ft. Eva Simons – Take Over Control  (Electro) Link

43. DMX — X Gon Give It To Ya (Hip Hop) Link

44. Kanye West – New Workout Plan (Hip Hop) Link

45. AC / DC – Highway To Hell (Rock) Link

46. N.E.R.D – Lap Dance  (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

47. D12 – Fight Music (Hip Hop) Link

48. Muse – Super Massive Black Hole (Rock) Link

49. Will.i.Am ft. J-Lo & Mick Jagger – The Hardest Ever (Dance/Hip Hop) Link

50. Lloyd Banks ft. Juelz Santana – Beamer Benz Or Bentley (Hip Hop) Link

51. Kid Cudi – Pursuit of Happiness (Steve Aoki Remix) (Electro/Dance) Link

52. Lupe Fiasco – The Show Goes On (Hip Hop) Link

53. Drake ft. Hyper Crush – Over (Electro/Hip Hop) Link

54. Linkin Park – Numb (Metal/Rock) Link

55. Outkast – B.O.B (Hip Hop/Rock) Link

56. Limp Bizkit – Rollin (Rock) Link

57. M.O.P – Ante Up (Hip Hop) Link

58. George Thorogood – Bad To The Bone (Classic Rock) Link

59. N.W.A – Straight Outta Compton (Hip Hop) Link

60. Jimmy Eat World – Bleed American (Rock) Link


Article By Joel Brown |

I am the the Founder of and I am so grateful you're here to be part of this awesome community. I love connecting with people who have a passion for Entrepreneurship, Self Development & Achieving Success. I started this website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances.I'm proud to say through my podcast and through this website we have impacted over 100 million lives in the last 6 and a half years.



  1. akshi

    May 29, 2017 at 9:26 am

    Amazing content.

  2. Fildo music

    Apr 7, 2017 at 7:14 am

    I just loved these songs. Thanks for sharing.

  3. amal

    May 25, 2015 at 12:40 pm

    this is good list,one should accept that.

  4. Nick

    Mar 3, 2015 at 8:10 am

    “Never Settle” & “Time for War” by Fearless Motivation
    Fearless Motivation – ALL songs

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It’s What You Do On A ‘Bad Day’ That Matters.



Last Friday was a bad day for me. I woke up late, missed the gym and didn’t meditate.

None of this was intentional.

I then turned my computer on to do what I do every day: blog. I was not prepared for the whirlwind that followed.

As I opened up my social media channels, there were a lot more than usual, direct messages. I started reading each one and they were from colleagues and friends who wanted to warn me that I had a large amount of hate-fuelled comments on social media. I’m usually pretty good at dealing with hate comments. Not on that day, though — I was having a ‘bad day.’

I turned off the computer and didn’t respond to anybody. In the same week, I’d been told I was now a LinkedIn Top Voice for 2018.

I should have been celebrating and I didn’t because I didn’t feel worthy. If anything, I wanted to give up there and then. Luckily I didn’t follow through with any of these ideas. I knew it was just noise in my awful day.

I went away to sit on the couch and think about what I’d just read. Without really thinking about what I was going to do for the rest of the day, I began thinking about my team at work. There were several leadership challenges that I had to solve.

One was from a customer that was being abusive to female staff. Another was a rejection I had to deliver to someone that wanted to work with us. The hardest part about delivering the rejection was that I’d already said yes.
Despite the day being bad, I made a fundamental decision — to keep doing what I do and not stop. I said to myself “How can I inspire people while simultaneously solving both these challenges?”

I’m a big believer that it’s not what you say that matters; it’s what you do. Talk is cheap. I came up with a bold plan to address both challenges.

I was going to do something that made me see the good in the people involved.

Even if the people in both situations had let me down, I was going to assume they were still good.

I concocted a plan to help both people and try and show them a more positive way to move forward. If I break down the plan, it was about being an inspiration in both situations.

I didn’t feel like being inspiring.
It was not the day to be inspiring.

But it was the only way I could motivate myself to finish off this bad day and wake up the next morning fresh. It’s funny how a good nights sleep takes away all the pain and negativity from the day before.

So, by the end of the day, I enabled both plans. I set out to release inspiration in both scenarios and that was my only focus. I didn’t look at anymore hate fuelled comments or go near social media.

On that bad day last Friday, my actions helped me keep moving forward and not give up.

It’s not about necessarily seeing the good in your bad day.

I’ve read this sort of advice heaps, but it requires a lot of willpower.

Using your actions to make the day better rather than trying to think your way out of your bad day seems to be a lot easier to implement”

It’s not about the bad day.

Bad days will happen.

It’s what you do on a bad day that determines if you’ll feel the full effect of all the negativity that can potentially knock you out like a Tsunami that comes your way when all you wanted to do was lay on the beach and soak up some sun.

I’ve learned to find situations during a day that’s not working out well for me, to do something good, and often that’s not something that benefits me. If I was to look at it another way it would be “How do I not focus on my own bad day?”

Trying to make someone else’s day good distracts you from your own bad day.


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Follow This 2-Step Process to Stay Motivated When You Feel Like Nothing Is Going Right



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The dialogue in your mind is the battleground where your motivation lives and dies every day. In every moment, your words are either lifting you or sabotaging your success. Unfortunately, most people are losing this battle within themselves. They are using their most powerful asset — their mental energy — to beat themselves up, play victimization games, or stop themselves from sharing their passion. (more…)

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If your company did well in 2018, you must be sitting there challenged with a thought inside your head – How can I continue the streak and keep up my marketing game this year? You have knocked yourself enough to meet your 2018 goals, and all you need now is a boost of morale to face all that 2019 has in store for you. (more…)

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This Is How An Ordinary Person Can Make Their Country Better.



Someone asked on the internet how they can make their country better.
They considered themselves ordinary and felt that they had to be someone special to make a difference in their country, India.

Their question made me feel a bit emotional because I can relate. I too have also dreamt of making my country better.

The most common answer to this question is to get involved in politics.

Many of you reading this find politics really boring including me. I’ve learned through my own experience that politics is not the only way you can make your country better.

Here’s how you can make your country better:

Use your voice

When I was faced with the question “How do I make my country better?” I decided to use my voice.

It was this decision that changed everything. I spent every day using my voice to stand for something. I wanted to inspire the world through entrepreneurship and personal development.

So, I started using my voice by posting on LinkedIn. I used my voice and transcribed it into words to tell the citizens of my country what I think they needed to hear.

Using your voice is incredibly scary at first. As soon as you start sharing your thoughts, many people will say nothing. You’ll get almost no feedback. As your voice starts to get louder over time (probably years) the opposite will happen and you’ll attract trolls and critics.

The hardest part about using your voice is having the courage every day to use it and not being obsessed with the outcome.

By using my voice online through blogging and LinkedIn, I managed to get a 35,000 person bank to start talking about my ideas with staff and customers, and I was voted LinkedIn Australia’s Top Voice that year.

Using the power of your voice is the number one way you can change your country.

It’s in your experiences, ideas and thoughts that you can find what it is that can help your country.

In my country, Australia, we are quite well off, but we still lack a positive mindset. Some of us work jobs we hate and we like things that only money can buy. There’s a competition to get the biggest house or the most expensive car.

It’s not a problem everyone in Australia suffers from, but it’s widespread. I believe by using my own voice to inspire people to seek alternatives, I can change my country.

The results thus far suggest I’m well on the way to changing my country.

Be kind

Changing your country seems like a huge task. It sounds like something only a Nelson Mandela sort of fella can achieve. That’s not true.

A simple understanding of the power of kindness can change your country.

There was this guy I read about online that changed his country by giving out free hugs because he couldn’t run in the local marathon. He embraced his kind nature and ended up impacting millions of people in his country.

Being kind is infectious because we’re wired to do it. When we see one person be kind, we want to do the same.

The problem in my country (and many others) is that we’ve sacrificed kindness for greed.

We’ve let our country’s economy become the most important factor instead of measuring the way we treat people and the ability of a country’s nation to overcome adversity together.

Kindness is so important because every one of our countries will face adversity, and kindness is the solution to that inevitable problem.

Pick up the trash

This one seems even smaller in impact. It’s not.

I found that by picking up the rubbish I saw in places like my apartment lobby, I was able to show myself that I care about my country.

When we care about our country, we choose to make it look beautiful so others can enjoy it. Something simple like picking up the trash can take you a long way towards helping your country.

Every country has an environmental problem and picking up rubbish can help solve it. If we all picked up one piece of trash, then each of our country’s would be a hell of a lot cleaner.

Don’t think you can’t make your country better

A lot of what I’ve learned, by trying to make my own country better, has come from the belief that I can have an impact.

There are so many people who want to do nothing more than complain which wastes time and energy and doesn’t make anyone’s country better.

The way you make your country better is by believing you can and taking one or two small actions to start the process.

The people that change their country believe they can.


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