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7 Songs That Celebrities Work out to That You Will Love Too ...

By Heather

Workouts have been proven to be more effective and enjoyable when you add a little bit of tunes into the mix, so to take things up a notch, try using some of these songs that celebrities work out to if you want to get fit with the rich and famous. I find it interesting that so many celebrities work out to such a wide variety of different songs, some of which I have never even heard of, while others are on my current playlist. Join me and download some of the favorite songs that celebrities work out to and add a little star-like quality to your next sweat session!

1 “Blame It” by Jamie Foxx Featuring T-Pain

Katy Perry is one of my favorite artists personally, and one of the songs that celebrities work out to most is also one that Katy enjoys on her daily playlist! Katy says she loves "Blame It" by Jamie Foxx to really get her moving in the mornings. Katy, among many celebs, says this song is a real motivator when it comes to sweat sessions. I’m not a huge Jamie Foxx fan, but hey, if it works for Katy, it’s worth a try in my book!

2 Taylor Swift’s “Fearless” Album

Sophia Bush reportedly jams to one of my favorite artists of all time, Taylor Swift. I’m a huge fan of Swift, and obviously, I’m not alone. Swift’s song “Love Story” was rated as one of the most popular workout songs of last year. Even though that kind of shocks me a bit, I’m not one bit surprised why. "Love Story," and the entire Fearless album by Swift, is upbeat and just puts you in a good mood. Sophia Bush says she likes to work out to most any music by Swift since the majority of it is lighthearted and upbeat, giving her extra energy in the gym.

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3 “Firework” by Katy Perry

Here’s one song that is definitely on my playlist, and also a favorite of every single team member on the U.S Women’s National Soccer Team. This song is definitely a motivator, and it is hard to be in a bad mood when listening to Perry’s upbeat lyrics and rhythm. I doubt the song will give me any soccer skills like the women from the national team, but either way, it’s a playlist keeper for me!

4 “Boom” by Snoop Dogg Featuring T-Pain

Jillian Michaels reportedly gave Fitness Magazine her top playlist, and this popular song by Snoop Dogg was coined as one of her favorites. Whether you like the Biggest Loser or not, I think we can all agree Michaels knows her stuff when it comes to working out. If you need something to add a little pep to your step, get on board with Jillian and who knows what it could do for you too?

5 “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N' Roses

I actually have this classic song on my playlist, and that was before I knew Marisa Miller, the gorgeous model from Victoria’s Secret, has this on her playlist too! Along with other amazing tunes, Miller enjoys this upbeat rock and roll classic, which is a favorite among many people for their workouts. I especially love the opening intro to the song, which just gets me motivated, no matter how tired I actually am!

6 50 Cent’s “Get Rich or Die Trying” Album

Jessica Biel says she has no idea why, but for some reason she always listens to this album when working out because it really pumps her up. I have to admit, the tunes from this album are pretty upbeat, and were some of my favorites back in high school. Apparently, they’re still working for Biel, and might could work for you too! With her killer abs and amazing leg muscles, maybe I should download this list to my playlist too!

7 “Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen

Maria Menounos takes a step back in time with this classic from Springsteen. I absolutely adore Menounos, who I think is not only stunning, but also seriously fit! She seems pretty dedicated to her workouts from several articles and interviews I’ve read in various fitness magazines, so I figure if her playlist inspires her, it is worth me giving a go!

To get more celebrity playlist favorites, check out some of the sources below. You can download several of the entire playlists through the links as well. Maybe you’ll even find a few favorite ones to add to your playlist. Do you have any of these songs or albums on your current workout playlist? If not, what’s your favorite song to work out to?

Sources:
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