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Music could be the key to your New Years Resolution Success!

Getting fit and losing weight is the #1 new year's resolution ... how it going for you?

I've lost 6lbs so far in January so I am on track with my resolution to lose 5lbs a month!! 

Do you need help to run that much longer or lift that much more?  This may be just the thing for you, a perfect music playlist! According to an online music-streaming service Spotify ... Classic pump-up tunes and lyrically motivating songs like "Eye of the Tiger" and Eminem's "'Till I Collapse" were more common on men's playlists, while dance-y pop hits like Rihanna's "We Found Love" were more prominent on women's playlists.

The top track of all? Globally "Can’t Hold Us" by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis was at the top and Eminem's "The Monster" was #1 on US playlists.

Here are the top 10 workout songs in the U.S. in the playlist below.

  1. The Monster -– Eminem
  2. Timber -– Pitbull
  3. Work -– Britney Spears
  4. Wake Me Up -– Avicii
  5. Leaving You –- Various Artists
  6. Roar -– Katy Perry
  7. Can't Hold Us -– Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
  8. 'Till I Collapse –- Eminem
  9. Blurred Lines -– Robin Thicke
  10. John Doe -– B.o.B. (feat. Priscilla)

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