New research from PureGym reveals the most popular artists and songs streamed globally for home workouts.
For many people, listening to music when exercising is key to keeping energised and motivated. In fact, there’s scientific evidence that suggests that the music you listen to can improve your endurance and help you feel more positive whilst training.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, people around the world are adjusting their exercise routines – moving from group classes and gym sessions to workouts in their living room, kitchens and gardens.
According to Google Trends, searches around working out at home have risen by 488%, showing just how much demand has grown for keeping fit at home.
With this in mind, PureGym crunched the data of over 900 home workout playlists on Spotify to pinpoint the favourite songs and artists that people around the world are listening to.
The data showed that Dua Lipa’s ‘Don’t Start Now’ that is the most popular home workout song – appearing in 12% of all workout playlists. The British singer appears twice in the top 15, with her aptly named song ‘Physical’ the fourth most popular song to listen to whilst exercising at home.
Eminem is the most popular artist to listen to whilst working out at home. The rapper appears on a third of all home workout playlists. Dua Lipa and Kanye West follow, featuring on 259 and 246 playlists respectively.
Top 10 Most Popular Home Workout Artists (based on number of playlists featured in)
Top 10 Most Popular Home Workout Songs (based on number of playlists featured in)
|Don’t Start Now – Dua Lipa||117|
|Blinding Lights – The Weeknd||101|
|Stupid Love – Lady Gaga||82|
|Physical – Dua Lipa||77|
|Dance Monkey – Tones And I||66|
|Roses – Imanbek Remix-SAINt JHN||61|
|The Box – Roddy Ricch||53|
|Lose Control – MEDUZA||49|
|ROXANNE – Arizona Zervas||47|
|‘Till I Collapse – Eminem||43|
|RITMO (Bad Boys For Life) – Black Eyed Peas||43|