Runner’s World April 2017 Running Playlist


As April turns into spring, and we start to shake off those winter blues in favour of outdoor pursuits, the good folks over at Runner’s World have put together a fantastic 90 minute running playlist to keep you motivated during this month’s runs.

“Whether you’re training for a marathon, or just hitting the treadmill, good music can often make the difference between a rave run and a blown goal. That’s why we’re putting together 90-minute playlists each month chock-full of songs with enough of a beat to keep you moving.” 

Check out the playlist below, and get on the move!

The UK’s running population has reached over 10.5million runners, with one in five adults running four or more times a year, while 25% of under-18s also qualify as active runners under these criteria. There is average rate of running participation of 72 times per year, or 1 to 2 times per week, and that 55% of runners do at least a third of their running out on the roads, whilst a quarter do at least a third still outdoors, but off-road [1].

Runner’s World is a globally circulated monthly magazine for runners of all skills sets, published by in the United States.

Runner’s World was originally launched in 1966 by Bob Anderson as Distance Running News, and Anderson published the magazine by himself for several years from his home in Manhattan, Kansas.

Runner and writer Hal Higdon had been writing for the magazine since the start. In 1969, Anderson changed the name of the magazine to Runner’s World. He brought on Joe Henderson as chief editor and moved the editorial offices, now named World Publications, to Mountain View, California. Runner’s World thrived during the 1970s “running boom”.

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