Paid PostPosted on Apr 17, 201711 Songs From Boston Bands That You Need To Add To Your Workout PlaylistBoston is bursting with talent and beauty. Greatness springs from here!by Poland SpringBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. "People Watching" — Air Traffic Controller Courtesy of Air Traffic Controller Please, go for an outdoor run in early spring and listen to this song on repeat. It's the perfect tempo to keep you going, and it'll make you feel at one with your surroundings as you get fit and contemplate life.Recommended workout: an upbeat run by the Charles 2. "Shadow" — Bearstronaut Courtesy of Bearstronaut A great song for a beautiful day when the world's in the palm of your hand and you feel like rocking out. Recommended workout: a long run in Southwest Corridor Park 3. "Bike Thief" — Freezepop Courtesy of Carla Richmond / Freezepop Freezepop has been a well-kept Boston secret since the late '90s, and this bit of snythpop magic will get your heart pumping big time. Recommended workout: an intense jump rope session at Magazine Beach 4. "No Excuse" — Dan Webb and the Spiders Courtesy of Dan Webb Don't be fooled by the slow start — this gets going quickly, and it has a distinctly Boston sound that'll make you feel lucky to be right where you are.Recommended workout: burpees and lunges at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir 5. "Lee's Anthem" — Today Junior Courtesy of Today Junior Let these upbeat harmonies propel you forward on your fitness journey — this band has a bit of a nostalgic sound that will keep you moving.Recommended workout: a jog around Fresh Pond 6. "Work" — Viva La Hop Courtesy of Viva La Hop This is a JAM — and it will give you just the push you need to do extra reps every time. Recommended workout: toning exercises at the outdoor gym by the Esplanade 7. "We Have the Perimeter Surrounded" — Hallelujah the Hills Courtesy of Hallelujah the Hills Another long-standing Boston gem, Hallelujah the Hills makes great rock music with post-punk inclinations, and this song's unique sound is bursting with energy. Recommended workout: an uptempo stroll around Jamaica Pond 8. "Sidelines" — Jamie Lynn Hart Lara Woolfson / © Studio Nouveau 2011 Add a little funk/rock sound to your workout with this number; the stellar vocals will get you in just the right rhythm. Recommended workout: a jaunt around Castle Island, with stops for reps of push-ups 9. "Gasonline" — Diablogato Courtesy of Diablogato Looking for an intense rock jam? Look no further. All the motivation you need is in these beats.Recommended workout: some interval running at the track at the Back Bay Fens 10. "How High" — Bad Rabbits Courtesy of Bad Rabbits This jam will make you feel like you're in your very own workout montage and totally killing it. Recommended workout: running the stairs at Harvard Stadium 11. "World Go Round" — Will Dailey Courtesy of Paul Janovitz Introspective but fast-paced and intense, this song feels like being on a quest that only you can solve.Recommended workout: solo yoga on the Greenway Here's your full Boston playlist: Greatness has many genres. Discover more neighborhood wonders at PolandSpring.com/LocalGreatness — and stock up on refreshing spring water to go with your fresh tunes at www.readyrefresh.com.