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90s Country Spinning Workout Playlist to Have You Ready to Run

90s Country Spinning Workout and Playlist

Country is hands down the most underrated genre for 90s workout songs! Seriously. This 90s country spinning workout playlist has some of the best songs for all your fast cardio needs: running, indoor cycling, sprints, HIIT, etc. And, if you’re a big country fan (or want to be), check out my list of best country workout songs.


Reminder: I like to teach my spinning classes in a series of exercises that we do 2-4 times through. I pick a couple exercises to make up the series, and we stick to it throughout the class. That way, participants know what to expect, so they can go big when they’re supposed to and not hold back for fear of another interval around the corner.

The Series (50-minute Workout)

  • Song 1: Hard @ chorus (resistance). Find a moderate intensity marching to the beat. At the chorus, maintain the RPM / speed, and add resistance to find hard intensity.
  • Song 2: Breathless @ chorus (speed). Find a moderate intensity marching to the beat. At the chorus, find breathless by increasing the RPM / speed.
  • Song 3: Climb. Increase resistance from moderate to hard, maintain the same RPM / speed. (Keep the resistance into the next song.)
  • Song 4: 30/30 breathless sprints with a heavy resistance.
Series Song / WorkoutSong
Warm up“She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” Kenny Chesney
Song 1: Hard @ chorus (resistance) “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” Shania Twain
Song 2: Breathless @ chorus (speed)“Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” Brooks & Dunn
Song 3: Climb“Friends in Low Places,” Garth Brooks
Song 4: 30/30 sprints“Chattahoochee,” Alan Jackson
Song 1: Hard @ chorus (resistance) “Ready to Run,” The Chicks
Song 2: Breathless @ chorus (speed) “I Like It, I Love It,” Tim McGraw
Song 3: Climb“Take It Back,” Reba McEntire
Song 4: 30/30 sprints“T-R-O-U-B-L-E,” Travis Tritt
Song 1: Hard @ chorus (resistance) “Brand New Man,” Brooks & Dunn
Song 2: Breathless @ chorus (speed) “How Do You Like Me Now?” Toby Keith
Song 3: Climb“Achy Breaky Heart,” Billy Ray Cyrus
Song 4: 30/30 sprints“Ain’t Going Down (Til The Sun Comes Up),” Garth Brooks
Cool Down“Dust On The Bottle,” David Lee Murphy

Want to hear the songs?

  • I’ve added all these songs and more to my Spotify playlist here
  • You can also listen to them on my YouTube playlist here:

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Disclaimer: Readers who rely on this information do so at their own risk. Instructors must be properly certified, insured, and have the music licensing in order to teach a spin class. is not liable for any injuries or negligence that occurs.

90s Country Spinning Workout Routine and Playlist