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Groovy Tunes

Nothing zings you out the door–or across a finish line–faster than some new tunes. We pulled together playlists from a range of mother runners to create a veritable juke box of running tunes. Click on each link to see the complete list of songs.

Theme-O-Rama Playlists
Chicks Only Please
Groovy Kids Tunes

Jake Ryan Gives You Speed
Kick A** Chicks
Psychedelic Licks
Ready to Run Country
Still in the Nerdherd

Get Motivated Playlists
Celebrate LikeĀ a Mother
Dimity’s 25 Never-Fail
Sarah’s 25 Never-Fail
Run Strong Alternative
Run Strong Pop and Dance

Plug-In-and-Go Playlists
Bluegrass to Techno
Every Run
Fun, Fun on the Run
Just Keep Movin’
Random Play
Regular Runs: Take 1
Regular Runs: Take 2
Very Eclectic Marathon

Run-n-Chill Playlists
Long, Slow + Sweaty
Mellow Tunes: Take 1
Mellow Tunes: Take 2
Roamin’ Romance
Slow and Steady
Sweat Out the Bitterness

Push-the-Pace Playlists
5 a.m.
Fast Treadmill Running
First Timer 10K
Hard Rockin’ and Runnin’
Hilly Race
Short and Sweet
Shuffle-Ready Tough Run

Half-Marathon Playlists
Half-Marathon with BRF
Half-Marathon with BRF II
Half-Marathon PR: Take 1
Half-Marathon PR: Take 2
Half-Marathon Tunes
Race Day
Rock’N'Rolling in Vegas

Marathon Playlists
Boston Marathon
BQ Marathon
Big Sur Marathon
Calgary Marathon
Top 40 Marathon Mix

12 Responses to Groovy Tunes

  1. Heather says:

    Try Ozark Mountain Dare Devils…..if you want to get to heaven you got to raise a little….

  2. Tammie says:

    Latest song that gets me pumped,
    Inner Ninja by the classifieds. I listened to it 3 times on my 4 mile run yesterday, I kept going and ran 7 instead.

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  5. Ozarks Gal says:

    Sorry for being so evasive ladies. But one of my coworkers is a mother runner. She has been doing some heavy duty events, more like the triathalon and similar events. I am her secret santa and I am having a lot of fun with it. :-) She likes bluegrass and country. What kind of play list would you recommend for her? Not sure what I will do with it, but looking for some creative ideas. I have several things for her, but looking to celebrate this side of her.

    • Krissi VerWey says:

      Ozarks:
      There is a Bluegrass Cover band called The Gourds. Otherwise, the songs posted on here are good as well as Jane Dear Girls Wildflower and Something About a Truck by Kip Moore.

  6. Phyllis Ore says:

    How about Flo Rida’s “Whistle”.. That song keeps me running..

  7. Sandy Quinn says:

    Gotta have me some Gangnam Style! And it’s not just because it’s what my kids are listening to, it’s catchy and makes me want to move!

  8. Deb Meixell says:

    Big fan of pink – blow me one last kiss, raise your glass, and Price tag by Jessie J . Other stuff like the Beastie Boys, sabotage, but not very current;)

  9. Jess Turicchi says:

    P!ink’s “Blow Me One Last Kiss” — I love this part:
    I’ve had a sh*t day (NO!)
    Have you had a sh*t day? (NO!),
    we’ve had a sh*t day (NO!)

    A good run can cure any “sh*t” day! :-)

  10. Becky Bedics says:

    Love “Hey Mamma” by Mat Learned. Good one to ease into a run, fun beat!

  11. Heidi Matsakis says:

    I love the song One More Night by Maroon 5 right now. I replay it over and over…while running, in the car, my 2 yr old even loves dancing to it.

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