We’re celebrating Wrestlemania weekend here on My Fangirl Life. That’s what I said… we’re celebrating wrestling. We fell pretty hard for this fandom in the last couple months. You can read on how this happened in Confession: I Like WWE Wrestling. But the fact of the matter is that now we are in so deep there’s no going back. Yesterday Kris wrote 5 Reasons Why Every Fangirl Should Watch Wrestlemania 32, and if you’re still skeptical I recommend you check it out. If you’re already on board with this whole wrestling thing, keep on reading. Today I am putting together a new Fangirl Playlist: Your WWE Workout Mix… so that you too can start to bring WWE wrestling into all parts of your life.
Entrance themes are one of my favourite parts of wrestling. As soon as the first notes of someone’s song starts to play, and the camera cuts over to them doing their typical entrance choreography, I get chills. It’s epic. So what better soundtrack for your WWE workout than these songs that tell so many stories? Don’t worry; I’ve got you covered with the perfect playlist.
- “My House” by Flo Rida (Wrestlemania 32 Theme)
- “Phenomenal” by CFO$ (Theme for AJ Styles)
- “Electrifying” by Jim Johnston (Theme for The Rock)
- “Meat on the Table” by Jim Johnston (Theme for Ryback)
- “Here Comes the Money” by Jim Johnston (Theme for Shane McMahon)
- “The Game” by Motorhead (Theme for Triple H)
- “Rebel Son” by CFO$ & Jim Johnston (Theme for King Barrett)
- “Beautiful Life” by CFO$ (Theme Song for Brie Bella)
- “Worlds Apart” by CFO$ (Theme for Sami Zayn)
- “The Second Coming” by CFO$ (Theme for Seth Rollins)
- “Next Big Thing” by Jim Johnston (Theme for Brock Lesnar)
- “Retaliation” by CFO$ (Theme for Dean Ambrose)
- “I Came to Play” by Downstait (Theme for The Miz)
- “Live in Fear” by Mark Crozer (Theme song for The Wyatt Family)
The playlist starts on an upbeat note, so you can dive right into warming up and getting your body moving. The songs then level out a little bit throughout the first half, which is perfect for your strength training. Songs continue to build up the intensity into a great cardio section, and the last two songs drop off at the end to facilitate your cool down and stretching. I’ve got your workout arc all figured out!
I’m so new to the wrestling fandom that I’m sure I’ve missed some great ones in here – these are just the themes I’ve discovered in the past couple months and loved, or that I stumbled across on Youtube and thought would be a perfect fit. But now’s your chance! Let me know what I missed in the comments… I can’t wait to discover even more wrestling theme songs.
There you have it – your perfect WWE workout mix. Enjoy!
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