Updated after being originally published in February 2014
I really punk rock. But one of the problems I find when I Google ‘Best Workout Songs’ most of these lists have lots of hip-hop, rock, dance, but lack a bit of Punk. So I decided to put together a list of some of the songs that I really like.
With its short songs, fast beats per minute, catchy guitar and motivational lyrics I am surprised that more punk songs are not recommended.
If you have any suggestions to these 10 great workout songs, please leave a comment below.
Here are ten of my recommendations to start a punk rock training playlist.
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Like sequels to films, follow ups to early blog posts may not be as good. But when I wrote my first punk rock playlist for training, there were many tracks I listen to that I omitted. So here are five more great tracks.
Gorilla Biscuits – New Direction
Play this track at the start of your workout, feel the trumpets at the beginning to get you pumped and get moving. Grabbing a swiss ball to do air drumming is optional. Continue reading “More Punk songs to listen to at the gym”
I really love my punk rock. The first time I went to a show was to see the Bouncing Souls support the Dropkick Murphys.
I liked the Souls from the start, I gradually worked my way through their back catalogue, even eventually purchasing the reprint of their rare debut album – The Greenball Crew.
I also like a lot of other punk bands, so naturally I wanted to listen to punk music while I train. Doing a search for punk music to workout to, gives little good results, usually favouring metal music or the hip-hop we already have on our playlists. Continue reading “The Punk Rock Training Playlist”