If you have a hard time staying on the elliptical for a full hour, try out this elliptical plan with its own soundtrack. You'll be changing the speed and resistance on the machine with every new song, so there's no time to get bored and hop off. While there are a few songs to help you recover, the vast majority of the songs on this playlist keep things upbeat and fast-paced.
Subscribe to the Spotify playlist, then keep reading for the workout and list of songs.
|"Howlin' For You" by The Black Keys||3||130-140||Warmup|
|"Holidays" by Miami Horror||4||140-150|
|"E-Pro" by Beck||6||160-170|
|"Dissolve Me" by Alt-J||6||150-160|
|"Motion Sickness" by Hot Chip||5||170-180|
|"High School Lover" by Cayucas||7||140-150|
|"Nighttiming" by Coconut Records||6||150-160|
|"À tout à l'heure" by Bibio||6||160-170|
|"What You Know" by Two Door Cinema Club||8||170-180|
|"Needy Girl" by Chromeo||7||150-160|
|"Armistice" by Phoenix||6||170-180|
|"So Much For Love" by Gramatik||8||140-150|
|"A Tattered Line of String" by The Postal Service||6||160-170|
|"Out of My League" by Fitz and the Tantrums||8||150-160|
|"Rawnald Gregory Erickson" by St*rf*ck*r||6||140-150|
|"Hurricane" by MS MR||3||130-140||Cooldown|
*SPM = strides per minute
Incline = 20 percent
Click here for an image-free printable version of this elliptical workout.
Remember: you will need to download the free Spotify software or app to listen to our playlists.