Throwback Running Songs

So the other day, I randomly found B listening to some of the first added songs to my computer back in 2007, They seem to be quite buried on my iTunes, so finding them was hilarious. I remembered downloading most of them to run to. I put together a quick playlist of songs to re-upload to my phone that I knew made me run faster back then and listening to them lately has been a treat! It reminds me of all my running back in college and takes me back to so many funny memories.

Some of these songs are classic running songs with great beats to run along with. I would say 90% of the songs are super explicit, so download at your own risk! A few of my favorites are Don’t Hold Back (found in a Budweiser commercial) by Chemical Brothers, International Love by Pitbull, Can you work with that by DJ Quik, and Phonography by Britney Spears.

Throwback Running Playlist - great songs to run fast too!


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5 Responses to Throwback Running Songs

  1. Bonnie Dewkett says:

    I love a throwback playlist!

  2. Leigh says:

    You always come up with the best songs and playlists! Going to check the songs out and put some new stuff on my ipod for my long run this weekend :)

  3. George Godin says:

    Hello there!

    I love your playlist here. I will definitely download some of the songs that you have shared here. I actually love “We Run LA”. Thanks for sharing :)

  4. My favorite! Heartbreaker! Never gets old. :)

  5. Anna says:

    This is a great playlist. I was looking for a few new songs to update my ipod and this did exactly that. These new songs not only helped motivate me to get out and go for a run but also to keep running. Often times on long runs I have the urge to walk up inclines, however, the fast tempo of these songs helped keep my mind off of wanting to stop. Thanks for sharing!

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