Now is as good a time as any to give your go-to workout playlist a little reshuffle. To rid it of the tracks that’ve been sucked dry of all their motivational superpowers. To drop the songs that drive you mad from overuse. A little playlist polish, if you will. A sing-song spring clean. And streaming giant Spotify has just released information to help you do just that.

Home to over 25 million workout playlists, Spotify is well-placed to tell us which aural delights can get us sweating like no other. Pulling apart reams and reams of data, they settled on the UK’s top ten workout tracks and it’s a hit-laden gym mix-tape doozy. Good work, United Kingdom!

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In at number one is “One Dance” by Drake (who also takes the overall Top Workout Artist crown internationally), denting the massive ego of one Kanye West, whose “Power” and “N*ggas In Paris” (with Jay-Z) came in second and third. With the fourth spot filled by “Panda” by Desiigner, it sure looks like a fat dose of modern hip hop is what best helps us sweat.

As for the rest? Well, it’s the dance (Major Lazer) and pop (Sia) that you’d expect, with one little surprise sliding in at seven in the shape of Jay-Z and Linkin Park’s mash-up of “Numb/Encore”. Who said nu-metal was dead, huh?

Here’s the top ten in all it’s earphone-crushing glory:

  1. Drake – “One Dance”
  2. Kanye West – “Power”
  3. Kanye West, Jay Z – “N*ggas In Paris”
  4. Desiigner – “ Panda”
  5. Major Lazer ft. Nyla and Fuse ODG – “Light it up”
  6. Mike Posner – “I Took A Pill In Ibiza” (Seeb Remix)
  7. Jay Z, Linkin Park – “Numb/Encore”
  8. Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”
  9. Sia ft. Sean Paul – “Cheap Thrills”
  10. Eminem – “’Till I Collapse”

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Another big surprise from the data is that the UK’s number ten track – Eminem’s “Till I Collapse” – screams into the gold-medal position in the global rankings. The world top ten also include a bunch of enormous artists and songs that have been totally overlooked by the homeland leaderboard, such as The Chainsmokers’ “Closer”, Rihanna’s “Work”, The Weeknd’s “Starboy”, Beyonce’s “7/11” and David Guetta’s “Hey Mama”.

Here’s the full global rundown:

  1. Eminem – “’Till I Collapse”
  2. Kanye West – “Power”
  3. Drake and Future – “Jumpman”
  4. The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey – “Closer”
  5. Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna –  “This is What You Came For”
  6. Rihanna ft. Drake – “Work”
  7. Sia ft. Sean Paul – “Cheap Thrills”
  8. The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk – “Starboy”
  9. Beyoncé – “7/11”
  10. David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj, Afrojack and Bebe Rexha – “Hey Mama”

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Shedding some light on what makes a global workout favorite, Spotify’s trends expert Shanon Cook said: “Year after year, our listeners have made Eminem’s “’Till I Collapse” the most popular track to get sweaty to, so it’s pretty clear that a message of endurance resonates with them. Music can be a great motivator for working out, so long as it’s the right music.”

Of course, if all that playlist making sounds like far too much hard work for you, you can fall back on Spotify’s top workout playlists. Of the 25 million available to stream right now, they found these to be the ten most popular:

  1. Dance Workout
  2. Power Workout
  3. Cardio
  4. Para Entrenar
  5. Workout Twerkout
  6. Workout Remix
  7. Latin Dance Cardio
  8. Electro Workout
  9. Workout
  10. The Rock Workout

All that’s left to do now is check that your earphones are up to the challenge of delivering such a relentless smorgasbord of bangers.

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