From gangsta rap to upbeat EDM, we’ve whipped up a 50-pack of the best workout songs for 2017. Use our playlist to energize your workouts & amp up your focus.
Regardless of whether you’re destroying pavement or crushing a furious HIIT session, a sustainable infusion of eargasmic energy is mandatory. We’ve compiled a master playlist of the 40 best running songs to power any marathon cardio session.
Get ENERGIZED. Whether it’s pre-workout, pre-game, pre-presentation, or pre-weekend, everyone needs an IV of auditory fuel. We’ve compiled a list of the top 40 pump up songs to make you feel like an absolute BOSS and get your head in the zone for whatever you’ve got on tap.
Dependent on one too many cups of coffee/energy drinks during the day? Caffeineate with caution — Caffeine Use Disorder isn’t a myth, and you might already be at risk for it.
It’s official — INHALABLE caffeine, alcohol, and chocolate are all set to hit the market during the summer of 2012. Will YOU Wahh or AeroShot? Get the full scoop inside.
ELLO ELLO I'm Bryan DiSanto.
I'm the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Lean It UP
, a CPT/CSN/Fitness Coach, Chef trained at Le Cordon Bleu – Paris, NYU graduate, ex-fat kid
, and all-around fitness junkie.
I also contribute to Men's Health Magazine
When I'm not working on my abs (or somebody else’s), whipping up avocado roses
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It’s no secret that the energy drink industry is a behemoth…and I’m talking about a behemoth worth nearly $42 BILLION in global annual revenue. A ton of companies are entering the extremely lucrative “energy” space and developing innovative new ways to deliver powerful jolts of energy to sleep deprived, party-hardy, excitement-seeking consumers. Recently I’ve seen these little energy strips—highly reminiscent of Listerine Pocket Pack Breath Strips—called “Sheets” pop up all over the internet, in NYC, and in Vitamin Shoppe’s/GNC’s everywhere. What stands out about Sheets has nothing at all to do with what’s in them—they’re rather unspectacular, one Sheet has a really boring blend of 100mg caffeine (about as much caffeine as 1/2 of a cup of coffee), vitamin E, and the full spectrum of B vitamins—but rather the obscenely ridiculous, crude, and quite frankly really hilarious advertising campaign that accompanies them. Pretty surprisingly, Sheets...