The Best 25-Song Work-Out Playlist for Men

If you are a man looking for some music to listen to while you work out, run or do martial arts, this is the playlist for you! There are 25 songs total and only 1 per artist. Enjoy!

1) 2 Chainz: We Own It

2) Rob Bailey and the Hustle Standard: Beast

3) The Black Keys / RZA: The Baddest Man Alive

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4) Dj Buddha: Waar

5) Big Smo: Workin’

6) Bonez: Warrior

7) Disturbed – Down With The Sickness

8) DMX: X Gon Give To Ya

9) Eminem: Phenomenal

10) Jidenna: Long Live the Chief

11) Roy Jones: Can’t be Touched

12) DJ Khaled: All I Do is Win

13) Lil Wayne: Drop the World

14) Lo Fidelity Allstars: Battleflag

15) Pop Evil: Trenches

16) Kevin Rudolf: Let It Rock

17) Seether: Out of My Way

18) Sims: Burn It Down

19) Snowgoons: The Hatred

20) Tech N9ne: Erbody But Me

21) War*Hall: Dead Man Walking

22) The Warrior Song Project: The Warrior Song

23) Kanye West: Amazing

24) Zayde Wolf: Gladiator

25) Youngbloodz: Im’ma Shine

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