Just like last year, the most-played workout song is “Till I Collapse” by Links”>Eminem, followed by “I Don’t Care” by Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber. Number three is Tones and I’s “Dance Monkey,” then “If I Can’t Have You” by Shawn Mendes. Rounding out the list is “Beautiful People” by Ed Sheeran and Khalid. Spotify grabbed the data by analyzing over 54 million workout-themed playlists.
Spotify just dropped some fitness and wellness listening data to ring in the New Year, including the top five most streamed songs of the moment, so grab your phone and get ready to update that playlist!
The company also found that the most popular kind of workout playlist is for running, followed by yoga – proof that we love a chill playlist as much as a fast-paced pump-up one. Meditation playlists were on the rise as well, with streams shooting up by 113 percent over the past year. And it looks like evening was the most popular time to work out for Spotify listeners, with streams peaking between 5 and 9 p.m.
Check out more fun findings ahead, then keep reading to listen to the top five songs for yourself!
Justin Bieber Joins TikTok, and 2 Other Things You Missed This Week
It’s the start of a new year and a new decade, and stars have been celebrating all week long. Several celebrity couples – like Halsey and Evan Peters, and Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid – escaped to warmer temperatures to ring in 2020, and others like Benji Madden and Cameron Diaz expanded their families.
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber returned with new music and a TikTok account. So, sit back and catch up on this week’s celebrity happenings with the latest edition of Things You Missed This Week.
Meet 11 Female Athletes Poised to Win Gold and Make It Big in 2020
It’s true: 2019 was a YEAR for women’s sports – and 2020 has us even more excited. The big event is, of course, the 2020 Summer Olympics; we’re eager to watch the debut of four new sports, including surfing, skateboarding, and sport climbing, plus the return of the USWNT and the US Gymnastics Team, where the GOAT Simone Biles will be surrounded by talented new faces. Meanwhile, the race for the NCAA Women’s Basketball title is already heating up. On the tennis circuit, a competitive set of young players is looking to make things difficult for veterans like Serena Williams.
Basically, there’s a lot to be excited about in the world of women’s sports and the growing group of badass athletes who are leading the charge. Ahead, meet the ones we’re keeping tabs on in 2020. You’ll find us here for the next 365 days, cheering on every incredible female athlete we see. We’re so ready for you, 2020.
This De-Stressing Yoga Sequence Will Make You Feel Calmer and Lighter in Just 10 Minutes
Close your eyes, take a long deep breath, and slowly exhale. Feel a little better? Good. Now keep that feeling going for 10 minutes while you move through this calming yoga sequence.
It’ll give you a much-needed break from any stress you may be experiencing, and taking a few minutes for self-care can help you feel recharged and better able to face any other stress life may throw your way with more patience, positivity, and love.
Squat, Crunch, and Sweat to the Beat With 11 Workouts Set to 2019’s Top Pop Songs
We’ve always filled our workout playlists with chart-topping pop songs. But in 2019, we started hunting down workouts specifically choreographed to the best songs of the moment. Little did we know what gems YouTube was hiding!
You can try out a punchy ab workout set to Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts,” get your dance cardio on with “Hot Girl Summer,” or burn out your whole body to “Old Town Road (Remix)” – and that’s just the start. Please join us in reliving the top hits of the year, workout-video-style, which is obviously the best way.