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Music that makes exercise fun for girls of all ages

Music that makes exercise fun for girls of all ages

Exercising is important to girls of all ages and music is the best companion. Following a rhythm is a fun and very effective way of kicking a good cardio. Exercising, as we all know, helps you have a healthier heart, increases muscle mass, circulation, and prevents obesity, among other things. Of course, the type of music chosen is pivotal in having a rather effective and fun exercise. Online streaming services offer playlists dedicated to providing music especially appropriate for the purpose of exercising. Let us explore what kind of music girls may choose.

Pop

This is a must in any playlist. The rhythm is pretty varied although some pop songs might have a slow tempo. Songs from this style are definitively suited to accompany exercises. Artists that you could look for to add to your playlist include Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Ellie Goulding, The Weekend, Jason Derullo, Miley Cyrus and many more.

Country

Country music has a special beat with a style that makes the heart beat at a nice rhythm. Make sure to include some catchy country songs in your playlist. Dancing to a two-step is ultimate fun for exercising. Outstanding artists in this genre are Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert, and Christ Stapleton. 

Rap

Artist such as Drake, Flo Rida, Kanye West, Eminem, and Nicki Minaj have rap songs with pretty cool choreographies that girls can dance to. Rap music encourages a fun cardio that works the entire body.

Dance/EDM

Dance and electronic music is another indispensable rhythm that will make exercising fun. It is actually a good choice since dance/edm is a great genre for free style. Pretty much all parts of the body can be worked with the songs of artists such as Disclosure, Hardwell, and Galantis.  

 

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