Did you know that working out for 15 minutes each day makes you less likely to suffer the effects of depression? I don't, at least not for sure, but it does sound like the sort of statistic you might hear on the news or in an infomercial or something. It's probably something that'd be pretty easy to look up online, but my Internet's down a lot. Let's just say that exercise is good for you, leave it at that, and use the computer to stream these five songs. They're chosen carefully to aid you as you... I don't know, blast those pecs or something, whatever. I don't know, something about glutes?
Okay, you know what? Forget it. You want music to listen to while actually moving? You can find that here and here. This playlist is for when misery gives way to catatonia, but you don't want to gain so much weight that you're stuck moping around on a Rascal-brand motorized cart. Sure, you may not be able to summon the energy to wipe the Pringle dust off your tattered bathrobe, but there are ways to exercise — and there's music to exercise to — for even the most motionless of sufferers.
For more entries in our Sweatin' To NPR: Workout Music series, click here.