Suggestions for a Great Bodybuilding Workout Music Playlist

a couple of months ago

Inspire and motivate yourself during every workout in the gym by listening to music that drives you to success. Check out these classic, driving tunes and discover how they can propel you to success.

Music to Rock Your Workouts

Working out isn’t easy. You need some real motivation behind you to get you pumped up for lifting iron. And the heavier the weights, the heavier the music you need to drive you onto the next rep. That’s why classic rock is still the best music for workout motivation. When you are in the gym, there’s nothing like a blast of AC/DC or Guns ‘n Roses to blow away the cobwebs and help you blast that barbell into space.


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Bodybuilders have been working out to these songs for decades, but they are just as popular now as they were when they first hit the streets. Six times Mr. Olympia, Dorian Yates, always listened to hard rock when working out, with his personal favorite being Welcome to the Jungle. Good choice…no wonder he did so well. Now it’s your turn. Here are the top 20 best classic rocks songs ever for gym and workout motivation. These have stood the test of time, and have helped bodybuilders shift thousands of tons of metal over the years. They can do wonders for you, too.

So put your headphones on, turn up the volume to 11 and press the Play button. If you can still hear yourself think, it’s not loud enough.

Crank it up and start lifting…

You Shook Me All Night Long (AC/DC)


Welcome to the Jungle (Guns ‘n Roses)

The Boys are Back in Town (Thin Lizzy)

Enter Sandman (Metallica)


Paranoid (Black Sabbath)

Black Dog (Led Zeppelin)


Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen)


It's Only Rock and Roll (The Rolling Stones)


Sharp Dressed Man (ZZ Top)


Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)


The Jean Genie (David Bowie)


Another One Bites the Dust (Queen)


Walk this Way (Aerosmith)


All Right Now (Free)


Radar Love (Golden Earring)


Born to be Wild (Steppenwolf)


You Give Love a Bad Name (Bon Jovi)


Pour Some Sugar on Me (Def Leppard)


Should I Stay or Should I Go? (The Clash)


Cum on Feel the Noize (Quiet Riot)


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About the author

Joe Bensam

I am an experienced bodybuilder and qualified personal trainer who specializes in strength training, conditioning and building muscle. I am committed to helping others improve their health, fitness and build through good advice on workouts and nutrition.