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Gatorade knows which songs to put on your workout playlist

Gatorade Amplify uses Spotify's big music library to help energize your next high-intensity workout.

Spotify and Gatorade want to help you pump up the jams at the gym.

Ever wonder what a Steve Aoki Bootcamp workout looks like? Me neither.


Gatorade Amplify generates personalized playlists with songs from Spotify's library, based on your Spotify listening history, that are energetic enough to fuel a workout. The playlists take into consideration the danceability, "acousticness", energy and loudness of a track.

You can tailor the playlists for high-intensity workouts or, if you're a Spotify Premium subscriber, interval training. All you have to do is select a duration (playlists can last anywhere from 15 to 180 minutes) and up to 3 genres (the choices are rock, alternative, hip-hop/rap, punk, pop, metal and electronic).

Spotify users can save their Gatorade Amplify playlists to their library and -- one of the best parts -- they will update automatically with new songs every week. So if you use it often, you won't get sick of listening to the same songs over and over again.

Also, if you happen to be a big Steve Aoki fan, Gatorade Amplify features an exclusive high-energy workout mix produced by the cake-throwing DJ, a video of him in the studio discussing how fitness and music go hand-in-hand and a Steve Aoki bootcamp workout.