MusclePharm Workout Music: Flo Rida, Chady Dunmore, And Cory Gregory

Load up on new training tunes with this playlist from MusclePharm athletes Flo Rida, Cory Gregory, and Chady Dunmore. Log into Spotify and listen up!

For many of us, music is the motivator behind that last rep, that new 1RM, or that faster run. It's the one thing we can always count on to get us in the right mood and set the tone for a great workout. MusclePharm realized this when they signed Flo Rida to their athlete roster. Music and muscle-building, it seems, go hand in hand.

If you're looking for a new crop of gym jams to infuse your playlist, look no further. We gathered favorite songs from three MusclePharm athletes—Flo Rida, Cory Gregory, and Chady Dunmore—to build you the ultimate MP playlist. Log into Spotify, hit the gym, and train to these tunes!

Flo Rida ///

What are your favorite workout songs right now?

  1. "Good Feeling," Flo Rida
  2. "In the Ayer," Flo Rida
  3. "Can't Believe It," T-Pain
  4. "Live and Let Die," Paul McCartney & Wings
  5. "The Power," Snap!
  6. "Club Can't Handle Me," Flo Rida
  7. "Who Dat Girl," featuring Akon

How does music influence your workouts?

"To have some longevity in this, you definitely have to take care of you body, which is your vehicle," Flo Rida told AllHipHop.com. "If you don't take care of your vehicle, you can't get to your destination, so I'm really up on that." Food is important, but you need inspiration too. Flo Rida gets his from music.

What advice would you give a newbie?

You don't need a fancy gym to start working out. You don't need any gym. Flo Rida started training in his backyard. "I was just getting into high school—you don't want to be the puny guy—so I dedicated myself every day, sometimes twice a day, to working out," he told Muscle & Fitness.

What's the best advice you've ever received?

Being busy is no excuse for missing workouts. In fact, that's when you need them the most. "Sometimes if I'm delayed in an airport, me and my security will get down and do some pushups and sit-ups," Flo Rida told Men's Journal.

Cory Gregory ///

What are your favorite workout songs right now?

  1. "Juicy," The Notorious B.I.G.
  2. "Lace Up," MGK
  3. "Always Strapped," Birdman, featuring Lil Wayne & Mack Maine
  4. "Steady Mobbin," Young Money
  5. "In Da Club," 50 Cent
  6. "Toss It Up," 2Pac
  7. "Bulls On Parade," Rage Against The Machine

How does music influence your workouts?

"I am so used to rap music blasted loud at the Old School Gym in Ohio, which I own, that when I train out of town, I'm all thrown off. It makes a huge difference to me. I put my playlist on for the whole gym. It's a big part of the culture at my gym."

What's the best advice you've ever received?

"If you're confident about what you're doing, don't overanalyze stuff. Get it going and figure it out along the way. No time will ever be the so-called 'right time.'"

What tip would you give to a newbie?

"Don't miss workouts for bullshit reasons. Make it a priority. I haven't missed more than a week in the gym since I was 15 years old, and I turn 35 this year. Consistency is the key."

Chady Dunmore ///

What are your favorite workout songs right now?

  1. "Winner," Jamie Foxx
  2. "Started From The Bottom," Drake
  3. "Closer To The Edge," 30 Seconds To Mars
  4. "Freaks," French Montana, featuring Nicki Minaj
  5. "Young and Beautiful," Lana Del Rey
  6. "Gangsta," Kat Dahlia

How does music influence your workouts?

"When I'm listening to my favorite music, I get an emotional boost to pump out an extra reps and sets!"

What's the best advice you've ever received?

"Music-wise, someone told me to come with a variety of music with a fast beat to keep your intensity up during your training. Try it. It works!"

What tip would you give to a newbie?

"Put the headphones on and focus on you and your workout routine. Music can help you block outside noise and distract you from feeling fatigue!"


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