What effects music can have on your workout
Posted 18 July 2012 - 10:55 AM
Listening to music is a nice distraction to the pains of working out. For most people, music helps them tolerate exercise, and may motivate them to workout more often. Our gym is rarely quiet and whenever the music stops for too long, there are always people asking where the music is.
As far as picking your playlist, it's good to pick songs that match your heart rate. If you are doing a longer duration run or bicycle, you'd want to pick songs on the slower end of the spectrum. But if you're doing some kind of interval training or spinning, you'll vary the tempo of the song. There apps you can find to help you determine the beats per minute of the songs you like.
Good luck and if you want some pointers, I put up my spin playlist in the fitness and exercise section of the forum.
Posted 24 July 2012 - 10:14 AM
Work out. I use music to evoke an emotion when working out. To me the type of music is very important because depending on how I am feeling will determine what I will listen to. I know it may sound strange but sometimes the right slow song could really get me going. Lets all be one with the music.
Posted 08 August 2012 - 10:55 AM
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