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Music to go the extra mile

Maybe you haven't been in a dance club since Madonna was in the top 10. But if you need to quicken your heart rate — and your

iPod

's pulse — to keep up with a New Year's resolution, pick up a few new beats-per-minute from the fitness team at Self magazine and the workout music blog RunHundred.com. Refreshing your playlist might help you go the extra mile.

At Self, fitness editor Marissa Stephenson, assistant fitness editor Jaclyn Emerick and deputy editor Meaghan Murphy each suggested three tunes, respectively:

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"Pumped Up Kicks,"

Foster the People

"The Show Goes On," Lupe Fiasco

"We Found Love,"

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Rihanna
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"Sleepyhead,"

Passion Pit

"Alors on Danse" (Remix), Stromae featuring

Kanye West

and Gilbere Forte

"Save the World,"

Swedish House Mafia

"Moves Like Jagger,"

Maroon 5

"Dog Days Are Over,"

Florence and the Machine

"Sexy and I Know It,"

LMFAO

RunHundred.com, a workout music blog, regularly polls its subscribers to see what tunes help them break a sweat. Founder Chris Lawhorn compiled this winter top 10 list based on subscriber favorites:

"Seek Bromance" (

Avicii

vocal edit), Tim Berg

"The One That Got Away,"

Katy Perry

"Mr. Saxobeat" (Maan Studio remix), Alexandra Stan

"Good Feeling," Flo Rida

"Forever,"

Wolfgang Gartner

and will.i.am

"Tonight Tonight" (Goldstein remix), Hot Chelle Rae

"Hangover," Taio Cruz and Flo Rida

"I Like How It Feels,"

Enrique Iglesias

, Pitbull and The WAV.s

"Lick It,"

Kaskade

and

Skrillex

"What Doesn't Kill You (Stronger)," Kelly Clarkson

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