I really like punk rock.
The problem is there isn’t that many recommendations of great tracks to play when having a workout.
So I’ve compiled a list together – this is based on previous recommendations and also includes lots of other great tracks to inspire and motivate.
I’ve provided a diverse range of songs without comment, varying across the genres from the softer more mainstream pop punk to the louder, angrier hardcore punk.
But what they all have in common is their greatness to pump you up for any workout, even when you’re tired.
Check out 21 great punk workout songs for 2021…
Have Heart – The Machinist
Champion – Promises Kept
Gang Green – Alcohol
(Yes it doesn’t sound like a suitable workout song, but tell me that guitar line doesn’t make you want to go at it)
Ramones – Bonzo Goes to Bitburg
(Fun fact: this is the longest running Ramones song)
NOFX – Linoleum
Pennywise – Bro Hymn
Millencolin – Penguins and Polar Bears
Refused – Tannhäuser / Derivè
Teenage Bottlerocket – Via Munich
Agnostic Front – Gotta Go
Filaments – Tales from the Barside
Bad Brains – I Against I
Gorilla Biscuits – Start Today
Lit – My Own Worst Enemy
The Interrupters – Take Back the Power
Bouncing Souls – Manthem
Blink-182 – Dumpweed
Bluehearts – Owaranai uta
(When a song is so good you don’t mind it’s in Japanese and not in your native language)
Comeback Kid – Wake the Dead
SR-71 – Right Now
Black Flag – Nervous Breakdown
Have you any further workout song recommendations?
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