Gonna Make You Sweat – A 90s Workout Playlist | Exercise.com Learn: Your Fitness Business Resource

Gonna Make You Sweat – A 90s Workout Playlist

Lauren Smith is a contributing writer for Exercise.com and is passionate about nutrition and holistic health (how the body, mind, and emotions intersect). She lives in Baltimore City, where she writes, plays music, embarks on long power walks through the park, takes contemporary dance lessons, and enjoys healthy, flavorful cuisine. Lauren has written for a literary journal called Skelter and for�...

Full Bio →

Written by

UPDATED: Aug 25, 2020

Advertiser Disclosure

It’s all about your brand. Let us do the heavy lifting.

Advertiser Disclosure: We strive to help you make confident fitness software decisions. Comparison shopping should be easy. Our partners do not influence our content. Our opinions are our own.

Editorial Guidelines: The Editorial Team at Exercise.com is dedicated to providing fair, unbiased information about the fitness industry. We update our site regularly and all content is reviewed by credentialed fitness experts.

Get the Basics...

  • Music can greatly increase your performance in the gym.
  • Anything with an upbeat tempo can help with overall performance.
  • Check out the 90s Workout Playlist below!

Music can greatly increase your performance in the gym. It’s not just us that thinks so — we have science on our side.

Of course, listening to any style of music may not produce the same positive performance output that upbeat music tends to produce.

It’s been a while since we released our 80s workout playlist, which is loads of fun. But for those who find the 90s more bangin’, this playlist is for you!

For a weight training program to pair with this playlist, sign up for a PRO plan today.

Gonna Make You Sweat – A 90s Workout Playlist

Whether you’re kickboxing, on a stroll in your sneaks, or gettin’ jiggy on the dance floor with friends, you’re in for a slammin’ ride full of grunge, hip hop, skate punk, rap, and more. 

If you really want to embrace this particular decade, break out your ripped jeans, or in this case, (gently) rip a pair of workout leggings, throw on a baggy T, crank up the jams, and work up a sweat. It’s go time!

For access to workouts that can be paired with any genre of music, sign up for an Exercise.com PRO plan today.

Learn more about Exercise.com Fitness Business Management Software.

Schedule your demo today.