We've compiled the ultimate 2013 playlists, based on picks from our editors and our readers! Get ready to work up a sweat!
WORKOUT PLAYLIST: OUR READERS
We asked, you answered! These are your top picks for the ultimate summer playlist. #LOVE
"Work" Ciara and Missy Elliott (@TashaMawji)
"Clash Like Home" Alesso, Nervo and Nicky Romero (@mashaalizm)
"Commander" Kelly Rowland and David Guetta (@mashaalzm)
"Candy Store" Faber (@cmt909)
"Can't Hold Us" Macklemore and Ryan Lewis (@missprincen)
"I've Got A Feeling" Black Eyed Peas (@DebbieDzurko)
"We Found Love" Rihanna (@AllisonMT)
"Sun is Up" Inna (@stilettotwins)
"Headphones" Mounties Band (@EnzoAngioliniCA)
"Crazy in Love" Beyoncé (@michellereneek)
"Heart Attack" Demi Lovato (@debsterbread)
"Titanium" David Guetta and Sia (@PR4Science)
"Ante Up" M.O.P (@DeezNails)
"Fighter" Christina Aguilera (@SimplyK21)
"Thanks for the Memories" Good Charlotte (@jenniferaewhite)
WORKOUT PLAYLIST: ELLE CANADA EDITORS
It's that time of year when every second word in the ELLE Canada office is "bootcamp" (and every second thought is of cupcakes). We created this playlist with love, just for you.
"Call Your Girlfriend" Robyn
—Vanessa Craft, beauty director
"Girls" and "Countdown" Beyoncé
"When I'm on the elliptical, Beyoncé is the only person who can get me in the zone."
—Alannah O'Neill, associate editor
"It's My Life" Bon Jovi
—Ava Baccari, web writer
"212" Azealia Banks
—Kathryn Hudson, features editor
"Anything Could Happen" Ellie Goulding
"LOVE my dance music on the treadmill."
—Noah Lehava, web editor
"Reality" Boys Noize
"It's perfect for a short, intense workout at the end of the day, or for that last painful stretch of your run. Don't skimp on the volume with this one!"
—Corissa Bagan, production designer
"Tunnel Vision" Justin Timberlake
"I also like Alicia Keys' 'New Day' from her Girl on Fire album."
—Katherine Flemming, beauty and health editor
"Definition" Mos Def and Talib Kweli
"I've been listening to this song since it came out in 1998, and it still makes me SO happy."
—Laura deCarufel, executive editor