You are a couple of weeks into your #RWRunStreak and you are looking strong. But that playlist you keep listening to on repeat is getting boring. This is why our editor Chris Hatler curated a list of tunes that will help you refresh and hit reset without missing a step. From Kanye West and Queen to Frank Ocean and Vampire Weekend, this eclectic mix will push you forward. Hey streakers, I\u2019m Chris Hatler, Service & News Editor here at Runner\u2019s World. First off, kudos! You\u2019ve been streaking for a little while now. But at this point, you might be getting a little bored. I mean, we\u2019re talking day after day of running the same routes at the same rhythm. It\u2019s getting to become, well, a routine. I live in Philadelphia, where there\u2019s one main path\u2014called the Schuylkill River Trail \u2014that I run on almost every day. While it\u2019s super convenient and I feel blessed to have it, I\u2019m not gonna lie\u2014there are some days where I\u2019d rather run on the \u201cdreadmill\u201d than follow the same route again. There\u2019s nothing wrong with routine. Routine builds habits, and habits are important for day-to-day accountability . If you did it yesterday, you\u2019d feel off if you didn\u2019t do it today\u2014which is a crucial motivator for Run Streak . But every routine needs a shake-up . And that\u2019s exactly what this playlist is, a 90-minute, 27 song shakeup to your run streak day-to-day. The songs on this playlist jump around different beats per minute. One minute, you\u2019ll be cruising along to a soaring pop anthem like Sweet Nothing by Calvin Harris , then all of a sudden have to put on the brakes to keep beat with the slow, groovy beat of Thundercat\u2019s Dragonball Durag . When you\u2019re all done, you\u2019ll have been so focused on your pace changes that 30, 45, even 60 minutes will have gone by before you know it. So whether treadmill or trail, road or track, plug in your headphones and move to the groove. Don't forget to follow us know on Facebook , tag us on Instagram , or tweet @runnersworld using the tag #RWRunStreak.