We are in the heart of winter and I desperately want to go back to warmer days, driving with the windows down in the sunshine. Whenever I feel like I need a little boost of summer I know it’s time to turn on the country music. Country music is very much summertime music to me and somehow it always makes me feel a little warmer and smile a little bigger.
Last summer I shared my first Country Music Running Playlist and it is one of my most popular posts thanks to blowing up on Pinterest! I have been feeling like it’s time for a new country workout playlist so I built this one–Country Music Running Playlist 2. You’ll find some newer songs and some old favorites that will make you want to get moving!
To access the playlist on Spotify click here>>> Country Music Running Playlist 2. If you aren’t a Spotify premium member it may throw in a random song here or there and a commercial. I have recently upgraded to Spotify Premium and it is awesome! My sweet husband bought it for me! I love that you can download songs to play when you’re not on wifi or 4g, plus no added songs, and no commercials! #winning Also, this isn’t a paid Spotify promo, I just really like it!
If you prefer to download from itunes or another music player here is the list of songs and artists:
Country Music Running Playlist 2
Nothin’ Like You – Dan and Shay
Boondocks – Little Big Town
Something Bad – Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood
All I want to Do – Sugarland
Sideways – Dierks Bentley
Ready to Run – Dixie Chicks (I always listened to this song on my cd walkman in high school when I started running! I would literally hold the yellow cd case in my hand or tuck it into my hoodie. #solegit)
Small Town Throwdown – Brantley Gilbert
Anything Goes – Florida Georgia Line
I Wanna Talk About Me – Toby Keith
Mountain Music – Alabama
American Kids – Kenny Chesney
[tweetthis]Upbeat and Fun Country Music Running Playlist! #countrymusic #love[/tweetthis]
This playlist lasts approximately 30 minutes-perfect for a 5K or shorter HIIT workout! If you are out for longer you can combine it with my first Country Music Running Playlist for an hour of upbeat country music you can run your heart out to! Hope it makes you smile and think of sunny days while you run!
I’d love for you to pin and share this playlist with your friends! Also, if country music isn’t your jam I have two other fun running/workout playlists: Christian Music Running Playlist and Top 40 Running Playlist.
What’s your favorite type of music? Who is your favorite artist to jam out to while you workout? (I’m a big fan of Katy Perry and Pink for my workout jams!)
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