10 Beyonce Songs You Need In Your Workout Playlist
It’s no secret that I am huge Beyonce fan. I have loved her music since the very first Destiny’s Child single and have enjoyed her beautiful rise to the top. With so many albums, there are so many songs that grace my workout playlist but there are a few in particular that are *perfect* for your workouts.
Lose My Breath: This is actually one of my favorite workout songs of all time especially for sprints or some other hard cardio. Usually you are losing your breath and the beat is just so dope!
Grown Woman: The minute I heard this song I was in love. The African beat and the dancing in the video is just so awesome! Plus the message is so strong and beautiful.
Ring The Alarm: This song…gets me SO hype every time I hear it! The beat is SO great and you feel every single word she sings!
End Of Time: This is probably one of my top three all time Bey songs. I love the hook, the devotion and especially the beat. “Promise not to let you go…” so good.
Run The World: This should be on EVERY woman’s playlist! I especially love to add this song to my race day play list because I tend to take the word “run” quite literally. 🙂
Get Me Bodied: This song!! When it comes on in the club my girlfriends and I pretty much go nuts. I remember that this song was particularly hot during my bachelorette party almost 10 years ago and we went completely insane when this song came on!
Survivor: Obviously this song is super inspirational but do you remember the video? Those bikinis were amazing! Motivation if I’ve ever seen it.
Bootylicious: Still one of my all time favorite that celebrates the booty and dismisses all the men. Perfection.
Formation: This. Song. Ok. I’ll admit when I first heard about the song all my friends were losing their minds and I didn’t really want to follow behind the crowd. Then I heard the song for myself and realized I was witnessing next level Bey. There are so many messages in this song that just happens to be over an amazing beat!
Check On It: YAS old school Beyonce! I still remember trying to mimic her dance moves in my room.