Everyone works out at different paces. But working out is so much easier, more fun, and goes by faster when you add a good music soundtrack to your exercise routine. So we're continuing our series on recommended Pandora stations, this time catering to all different types of mindsets and speeds for your workout—now what's stopping you?
FOR THOSE WHO PUMP UP THE VOLUME
Gigi D'agostino Radio: We all know 90s house music was the best so why not revisit those days with up-tempo beats, cheesy lyrics, and memories flooding our minds of the good ole roller-blading days.
FOR THOSE WHO BRING AGRESSION TO THE WORKOUT
The Prodigy Radio: If you tend toward cardio boxing, crossfit, or run 7 miles at once, The Prodigy's high-contrast dark electronic are enough to make you to beat your past workout record.
FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T BEAR A SILENT MOMENT
Richie Hawtin Radio: If you are the type that needs a constant sound while working out and lose focus if the song breaks, Richie Hawtin's minimal sounds and easy flow will keep you going. If you prefer live recordings, head over to Soundcloud.com and search mixtapes from Ultra Fest for some mixtapes that go over 3 hours—more than enough for a solid workout.
FOR THOSE WHO NEED A PUSH
Eminem Radio: If you need that extra push in the gym, or perform better when someone is telling you what to do, Eminem's strong beats and gritty vocals will make you feel like you're working out with your own personal drill sergeant.
FOR THE SOFTER SIDE OF WORKING OUT
Moby Radio: For those of us who love to stretch, do yoga, and Pilates, tune into elongated chords of synths, piano, stringed instruments, and quality vocals for the perfect musical ambiance.