8 Reggaeton Songs to Add to Workout Playlist

It’s officially 2019 and one of your resolutions is to work out (but really, hasn’t this always been your resolution?)

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Photo: Unsplash/@jonathanborba

It’s officially 2019 and one of your resolutions is to work out (but really, hasn’t this always been your resolution?). And if you want to consume all of those tamales on el Dia de la Candelaria then working out is necessary.

Sure, you’ve got your waist-trainer on and you’re ready to hit the gym but you obviously need some good music to get you going. And what better way to get you through it than a ton of reggaeton music from some of the best in the game? Here are 8 songs to add to your playlist for your next gym sesh.


“Lunes a Jueves” by Leslie Grace featuring Farina

This is a great and must-have warm-up track.wp_*posts

Viral Pisadinha” by Joey Montana featuring Felipe Araujo


This song is pretty unusual but a great song to put at the beginning of your workout.


“Desde El Corazon” by Bad Bunny

Am I officially the last person to become a fan of Bad Bunny? Maybe. With that being said, this song bangs. It’s definitely got that trap beat that he’s known for with a fun Puerto Rican vibe.


“Asesina Remix” by Brytiago, Anuel AA, Ozuna, and Daddy Yankee

This single is fire and I am a little disappointed in myself for not liking is sooner. It’s got my Lord and Savior, Daddy Yankee and honestly, this song just gets me in my feelings.


“Callao” by Wisin y Yandel featuring Ozuna

I love Wisin y Yandel, so of course, I had to put them on the list. For them to do a collab with Ozuna is just genius! Ozuna has been quite successful in the last couple of years and his lyrics are so genuine. 


“Te Vi” by Piso21 featuring Micro TDH

If you want to have a song stuck in your head — this is the one!


“Me Gusta” by Natti Natasha

You may recognize Natti Natasha from “Dutty Love” by Don Omar, “Criminal” by Ozuna, or “Sin Pijama” by Becky G. Listen to this song during your work out, the lyrics will really motivate you.


“Calma” by Pedro Capo featuring Farruko

What better song to listen to for your cool down? The title pretty much speaks for itself.  

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