It looks like the most popular tracks had a consistent tempo, solid groove, and plenty of attitude. Some tracks broke those trends - scroll down to see if you agree.
And, as usual, there were some prank entries. One of them technically won the whole poll, so we've included it at the bottom just for being hilarious.
Can you recommend other workout songs? Share them in the comments and help other readers get in shape for the New Year.
10. Them Crooked Vultures "No One Loves Me & Neither Do I"
A perfect intro to the list today. Too slow for running perhaps, but with a steady pace and grooves tighter than a nun's gardening schedule, it could be perfect for anything with repetitions like weightlifting.
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers "Can't Stop"
Few can groove as hard as the Chili Peppers. This hit from their 2002 album "By The Way" was a return to their old style of quick-fire rapping verses. Try boxing to it.
8. Paul Engemann "Push It To The Limit"
We're moving into prankster territory here. This 80s-tastic track from the "Scarface" soundtrack wouldn't normally show up on UG, but if you were going to a gym in a certain mood, it might suit you.
7. Queens Of The Stone Age "First It Giveth"
Time to pick up the pace. Relentless loops of riff upon riff are sure to drive you to work up a sweat. It's also one of many great tracks on the flawless "Songs For The Deaf" from 2002.
6. Rage Against The Machine "Calm Like A Bomb"
Other bands so far have had the groove right, but a good dose of anger - or perhaps we should say rage - is going to get you REALLY pumped.
5. Megadeth "Holy Wars"
Awesome song, but seriously, how did this get so many votes? There's so many different tempos and distracting (but awesome) changes that it could be hard to focus while you're working out. But hey, whatever works for you.
4. Tenacious D "To Be The Best"
This parody of movie montage scenes is probably useless for motivation in the real world. But then, in reality we're all just sat staring at computers right now, so what does it matter?
3. Meshuggah "Bleed"
Warning: video is NSFW. It won't suit everyone's workout schedule, but for many the trance-inducing blast beats will be perfect for getting in the zone.
2. Pantera "Cowboys From Hell"
All that power metal riffage and Phil Anselmo's drill sergeant vocal delivery should rouse you into action.
1. Survivor "Eye Of The Tiger"
There could only be one winner. This song has probably inspired every athlete in history - now it's your turn. Get up and start working out!
Bonus entry: "HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA"
This internet-era techno remix of 4 Non Blondes "What's Up" merged with beloved 80s cartoon He-Man won over 160 votes. It wasn't quite list worthy, but we can't ignore something so funny, so here it is as a bonus extra. And if you can't get enough, YouTube has a ten hour version available...