As Miley Cyrus has grown from a teen-pop idol to a singer on the cutting edge, what’s remained the same is how exhilarating her music is to work out to. Her evolving sound pulls from country—her godmother is Dolly Parton and her father is Billy Ray Cyrus—as well as hip-hop, R&B, multiple genres of rock, and even EDM. Over the years, her lyrics have grown fearlessly more personal amid her constant drive to redefine herself as an artist. This all adds up to fun and motivating music that is the driving force behind these Dance, HIIT, Strength, and Cycling workouts. Her latest hit, “Flowers,” fresh from her new album “Endless Summer Vacation,” spreads the message that all you need to succeed is already inside of you. The pop ballad “Wrecking Ball,” uses minimal keyboards and screaming vocals to offer a dose of resilience when things get tough. The mellow, guitar-driven “Malibu” reminds you to appreciate the moment, and whoever you’re sharing it with. And one of her earliest hits, “Party in the U.S.A.,” makes any workout feel like a celebration. So get ready to sweat it out, and sing along, as you soak up Miley’s ethos of embracing new challenges.