If you talk to most any athlete they will tell you that the right playlist is an essential element to an effective workout. We’ve talked about Amazon workout playlists before but we thought it would be fun today to share some more good ones to fit into any exercise routine.

Curated by Amazon's Music ExpertsHome Gym Workout

Let’s start with the Home Gym Workout playlist. This has 48 songs creating almost 3 hours of bops to listen to during exercise including artists like Nelly Furtado, Beyoncé, Cardi B and more. It’s a nice playlist if you like a variety of genres with everything from hip hop to reggae.

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Barre Workout Mix

Barre is a type of workout that uses a horizontal bar and that incorporates skills from ballet and other types of dance into an intense cardio routine. The Barre Workout Mix is designed to be great for these routines and what’s especially cool is that each song has the BPM (beat per minute) so you can move your body along with each beat going from 106 to 103 BPM. There are only 12 songs in the mix but enough for a good 43 minute workout.

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Gym Workout Music

Sometimes all we want to accompany a workout is instrumental background music without any lyrics. It helps us focus on what we are doing and on the beat of the music (plus we aren’t caught singing along to the words at the gym!) The Gym Workout Music playlist is perfect for this task. It has 28 songs for an hour and 48 minutes of music, so plenty of jams to get a big sweat with.

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Yoga Class Playlist

For something more calming to accompany your yoga, pilates or a simple cool down the Yoga Class Playlist is the perfect solution. Each of these 22 songs are designed for yoga instructors to use in their classes. At 1 hour and 53 minutes it will take you through several yoga sessions and leave you relaxed and ready to take on the day.

What are some of your favorite playlists to workout with on Amazon Music? We’d love to hear in the comments section. If you get any aches and pains during a workout don’t forget to use the Zim’s line of pain relief products. You can find them online or at a retailer near you.