We’re going 128 BPM and higher! People have different tastes in music, but when you’re out running, there’s nothing like a fast, fun track to give you that little push to increase your pace or lengthen your stride. This week we’re giving you remixes of songs you may have already liked, but will now love since they work your running game.
Capital Cities – Safe and Sound (RAC remix)
This track is a zinger to begin with, but the RAC remix elevates it to a whole new level. A great way to begin your workout or run. It starts off slowly and then picks up tempo, just the way we recommend your workout goes!
Calvin Harris and Florence Welch – Sweet Nothing (Tiesto Remix)
If there’s one artist who has been consistently brilliant with her work it’s Florence Welch from Florence and the Machines. Here she is with Calvin Harris making Sweet Nothing sweeter. And this is a good spot in the playlist as it lets you keep the momentum going. Upbeat and high-tempo
Avicii and Nicky Romero – I Could Be The One (Nicktim)
We can’t have a remix workout playlist without Avicii, so here you go. A brilliant track which features an ‘aside’ about weight watching and salads. Just don’t follow the protagonist and eat whatever’s in your sight.
Pharrell Williams ft. Miley Cyrus – Come Get It Bae (Bluexenon Bootleg Remix)
Trust Pharell to make every playlist just that much more fun. This is one of our favourites featuring Miley Cyrus. This is a track sure to make you ‘happy’, and keeps the momentum going just when you are about to flag. Just listen to the beat and keep your feet going or pump out another few reps.
Sia – Chandelier (Hector Fonseca Remix)
Sia blew everyone away with her spectacular album last year. Here she is with one of our favourites remixes of Chandelier. This remix takes that already high-octane song to another level.
That’s a good half hour worth of running music for your weekend running. For more such playlists, subscribe to our YouTube channel, where we have a playlist dedicated to workout music! It’s our go-to playlist when pumping out sets or setting off on a run. We’ll pop in soon with another playlist of another genre. We at mobiefit like our mixtapes more than most things on weekends.