9 fitness experts share their all-time favourite workout songs.

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Workout Playlist Fatigue (WPF) is a very real, very troubling phenomenon.

There’s no exact timeframe in which WPF occurs, but if you’ve been listening to the same songs at every gym session for the past few weeks you’re undoubtedly putting yourself at risk.

Symptoms include, but are not limited to: a complete lack of motivation while listening to said playlist; boredom; and wanting to never hear that collection of songs again until the day you die.

The cure for this condition? A new playlist, of course. To help you out, we asked nine fitness experts and trainers to share their all-time favourite workout jams to serve as your playlist inspo. You’re welcome.

Carla McMillan

Co-founder of Bodypass and yogi

Station — Låpsley
Sunset Lover — Petit Biscuit
Clair de Lune — Flight facilities
Gooey — Glass Animals
I Wanna Dance With Somebody — Whitney Houston

Advertisement Carla McMillan. (Supplied)

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Ali Cavill

Owner and Head Trainer at Fit Fantastic

We Found Love — Rihanna
Rest of my Life – Ludacris
Young and Beautiful — Lana Del Rey
Don’t You Worry Child — Swedish House Mafia
Geronimo — Sheppard

"I love using music that’s fresh and exciting entices the body to function outside of its comfort zone, with a strong beat and tempo that matches the pace of our workout, i.e. something fast for a run but more soothing for stretch," Ali explains.

Ali Cavill. (Image: Instagram/@alifitfantastic)

Nadine Veverka

Personal trainer and founder of Her Master Plan

Bring Me to Life — Evanescence
I Would Do Anything for Love — Meatloaf
Silence — Delerium and Sarah McLachlan
Slide — The Goo Goo Dolls
Gold — Spandau Ballet

"I am almost embarrassed to admit to this list. I love working out to 80s ballads (no joke) and emo rock (again, no joke)," Nadine adds.

"Under normal circumstances this kind of thing isn't usually my jam but pump it in to my ears while I pound the pavement and I am in my element."

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Lauren Hannaford

Former elite gymnast and IsoWhey Sports ambassador

Show Me Love — Sam Feldt (or "basically any remix" of it)
Easy Love — Sagala
Fast Car — Jonas Blue
Soul Makossa — Yolanda B Cool and DCUP
Latch — Disclosure feat. Sam Smith

Lauren Hannaford. (Image: Instagram/@lozhannaford)

Kat Weihen

Personal trainer and lululemon ambassador

Habits (Stay High) — Tove-Lo (the Chainsmokers Radio Edit)
+1 — Martin Solveig feat. Sam White
Coming Home — The Twins
Recess — Skrillex
How We Do - Hardwell and Showtek

Kat Weihan (Image: Lyndon Marceau/supplied)

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Georgia Van Tiel

Co-founder of Bodypass and exercise scientist

Lean On — Major Lazer
Unfinished Sympathy — Massive Attack
Take Your Time — Housing Corp
Where Are You Now — Diplo and Skrillex feat. Justin Bieber
I Wanna Dance With Somebody — Whitney Houston

Georgia admits she's at an advantage when it comes to workout mixes. "I'm pretty lucky — my husband Nick van Tiel is a DJ, so I just head to his Soundcloud and my workouts are good to go!" she explains. Nice.

Georgia Van Tiel (supplied)

 Anthony Richardson

Ausfit Outdoor Fitness owner and trainer, lululemon ambassador.

Wherever I May Roam — Metallica
Duality — Slipknot
The Show Goes On — Lupe Fiasco
What I Might Do — Ben Pearce
Arnold — Luke Million

Anthony Richardson. (Image: Lyndon Marceau/supplied)

Jarrod Egan & Scott Taylor

Co-founders of KettleFit

Put Your Hands Up for Detroit — Fedde Le Grand
Levels — Avicii
Toulouse —Nicky Romero
Red Lights — Tiesto
How Deep is Your Love? — Calvin Harris

Jarrod Egan and Scott Taylor (Images: Kettlefit.com.au)

 

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