Tune into the playlist that will motivate you to work harder, as voted by Men’s Health readers. From warm-up to cool-down, these are the tracks – listed in order of beats per minute (BPM) you use to power your progress.

1. Lecrae – Go Hard: 72 BPM (Noah Mpofu)
2. Three 6 Mafia – It’s A Fight: 74BPM (Billy Diesel)
3. Rick Ross – Push It: 76BPM (Tonderayi Mike Faro)
4. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Victory Lap: 91BPM (Sylver Syl Kibs)
5. Bruno Mars – The Lazy Song: 91BPM (Francois Clint Saaiman)
6. Breaking Benjamin – Breath: 94BPM (Donald Mhlanga)
7. R. Kelly – The World’s Greatest: 96BPM (Clark Moeketsana)
8. Common – Go: 99BPM (Thato van Tito)
9. Black Coffee – Don’t Give Up: 108BPM (Ntumba Wa Ka Mnguni)
10. Boston – More Than A Feeling: 109BPM (Nyiko Aject Mnisi)
11. Linkin Park – Burn It Down: 110BPM (Kobus Kabous van Rooyen)
12. Skrillex featuring Sirah – Bangarang!: 112BPM (Thabang Mokoena)
13. Metallica – Enter Sandman: 123BPM (Jj Visagie)
14. DJ Khaled featuring Drake – No New Friends: 125BPM (Bebe Mafoko)
15. TobyMac – Eye On It: 125BPM (Danie Kocks)
16. Bruno Mars – Locked Out Of Heaven: 128BPM (Shaun Tyman)
17. Flo Rida – Good Feeling: 128BPM (Xolani Ngwenya)
18. Lady Gaga – Edge Of Glory: 128BPM (Douglas Smith)
19. Coldplay – Clocks: 131BPM (Veny Shale)
20. The Chemical Brothers – Believe: 132BPM (Liam Booysen)
21. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive: 137BPM (Gareth Williams)
22. Coldplay – Paradise: 140BPM (Jay Masta Hlalele)
23. Fall Out Boy – My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark: 152BPM (Hannes Gouws)
24. Clawfinger – Biggest & The Best: 169BPM (Lebogang Griffin Mahlalela)

15%: the increase in your endurance when listening to music.

KNOW WHEN TO HIT PLAY: Music psychologists Dr Vicky Williamson and Greg Whyte tell you what to listen to, when.

STRETCHING: 1 – 2
COOL-DOWN: 3 – 8
WEIGHT LIFTING: 9 – 12
WARM-UP: 13 – 18
STEADY-STATE CARDIO: 19 – 23
INTERVAL SPRINTS: 24