Sisters Are Workin' Out For Themselves

The ladies of R&B reign supreme this month--with Whitney, Cassie, and Estelle each clocking hits. In fact, the proceedings on the whole were dominated by women. If you include the Imogen Heap sample on "Whatcha Say," all but a couple of the this month's gym jams feature a female vocalist. And, of those two, one is about a lady (who is a genius) and the other I thought was sung by a woman until I started writing this.

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116 BPM – Jordin Sparks – S.O.S. (Let The Music Play)

128 BPM – Black Eyed Peas – Boom Boom Boom (DJ Ammo & Poet Named Life Megamix)

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126 BPM – David Guetta & Estelle – One Love

152 BPM – Jet – She's A Genius

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130 BPM – Nelly Furtado – Manos Al Aire (Tiesto Remix)

142 BPM – Cascada – What Hurts The Most

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144 BPM – Jason Derulo – Whatcha Say

116 BPM – Cassie & Akon – Let's Get Crazy

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120 BPM – Whitney Houston – Million Dollar Bill

126 BPM – Basement Jaxx – Raindrops

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mc-dj-2009-sm.jpgMC's resident DJ Chris Lawhorn weeds through each week's releases to find the best, new music for a workout. The highlights are presented here, organized by their beats per minute.

More songs—and resources for matching them to the pace of your routine—can be found on RunHundred.com.

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