Running in Britain takes serious motivation. With our cloudy skies and often cooler temperatures, it's all too easy to put off a jog for another day or two. But if there's one thing that will get our legs moving, it's music. Which is why we asked you, dear readers, for your favourite songs to run to.
From infectious dance anthems such as Calvin Harris' 'Sweet Nothing', Woodkid's heart-pumping 'Run Boy Run' and the iconic 'Eye of the Tiger', here are the songs that spur you on when all you want to do is stop and collapse into a cosy chair.
There are 30 songs which will last you through a two hour workout - not that we can last that long (we'll just carry on listening while we cool down in the shower).
Now on your mark, get set, go.
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