Classic Rock Workout Songs As You Boogie Into Shape [VIDEO]
Someone once said that performing CPR chest compressions at the right pace you imagine listening to “Stayin Alive” by the BeeGees.
I’m not trying to say disco is the way to a good workout, so let’s get into shape with some good classic rock music. If you’re a workout enthusiast you know repetitious motion is a key to a good workout so let’s dive right in.
These songs are for those into a strenuous cardio exercise and looking for that +100 pulse rate.
Songs with vocals:
- “Immigrant Song” – Led Zeppelin
- “Roll on Down the Highway” – Bachman Turner Overdrive
- “Call Me the Breeze” – Lynyrd Skynyrd
- “Soul Sacrifice” – Santana
- “Toad” – Cream
- “Steamer Lane Breakdown” – The Doobie Brothers
The next set of songs are those running in second gear yet still getting a steady beat at a medium activity rate.
- “Driving Wheel” – Foghat
- “Highway to Hell” -AC/DC
- “China Grove” – The Doobie Brothers
- “Anji” – Paul Simon
- “Jessica” – The Allman Brothers Band
- “Black Mountain Side” – Led Zeppelin
For those still on training wheels or use the bunny slope skiing these songs fit for the low activity rate.
- “We will Rock You” – Queen
- “Cold As Ice” – Foreigner
- “Blackbird” – The Beatles
- “Bouree” – Jethro Tull
- “Beck’s Bolero“ Jeff Beck
- “Pipeline” – Alan Parsons Project
Remember, if you aren’t a regular in the workout world you might want to consult a trainer or your physician before you start.
Attached is a video of the “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin to get you in the goove.
See you in the gym!