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17 Songs That Will Make Your Workout Merry AF

♫ Turn up ye merry gentlemen ♫

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Some people think that the holidays are a good time to take a break from the gym grind, but not you.

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Since you're not about to ease up on your routine, here are some songs to make your workout a little more ~festive~.

From remixes to upbeat covers, you'll be sweating in the holiday spirit.

1. Frosty Bounce (feat. Angger Dimas & Nicky Da B) — Diplo

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2. Here Comes Santa Claus Remix — Background Hero Media

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3. Christmas Tree — Lady Gaga

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4. Turn Up Ye Merry Gentlemen — Gent & Jawns

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5. We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Workout Mix) — Power Music

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6. Christmas in Da Hood — Young Lo

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7. Last Christmas — Cascada

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8. Bird Machine (Jingle Bells Edition) — DJ Snake (feat. Alesia)

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9. Shake Santa Shake — Zendaya

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10. The Nutcracker (Dirty Noize Remix) — Tchaikovsky

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11. Santa a Go-Go (Wham! vs. The Jackson 5) — DJ Schmolli

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12. White Christmas (Workout Mix) — Power Music

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13. Disco Santa (Santa Claus/N.O.E.L.) — Holiday Express

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14. Sleigh Ride — Karmin

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15. Santatage (Beastie Boys + Otis Redding Mashup) — Divide & Kreate

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16. The First Noel (ft. Owl City) — TobyMac

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17. All I Want For Christmas Is You (Super Festive) — Mariah Carey

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You can listen to the whole playlist here. Now go sweat it out.

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