Top 2012 Songs For Your Workout
|By: Louis Brown | Nov 15 2013 | 491 words | 1843 hits|
You had heard of the power of music to exercise. But how to pick up top 2012 songs for better workout may be something new.
The power of music to workout
Along with fitness equipment such as running shoes, exercise bikes…, music plays a crucial role in our workout or other physical activities. Lightly sweet or catchy songs give you a surge of inspiration to push yourself beyond limits. Not only does it motivate your exercise but also helps you stay more enduring and fully energetic.
Along with fitness equipment such as running shoes, exercise bikes…, music plays a crucial role in workout
According to fitness expert Samir Purohit “Even though music can get you out of concentration sometimes, don’t forget to press “play”. Because it makes your mood less boring and casts negative thoughts due to repetitive movements”.
He also adds. “Music is good for heart rate regulation as well as breathing patterns. If you want to reduce the amount of oxygen in your body, try to match workout playlist to the pace of your movements which brings about devoted performance”.
Not only does it motivate your exercise but also helps you stay more enduring and full of energy.
Besides, you can relieve yourself and even improve your memory through songs with melodious beats which is beneficial for controlled movements such as walking, classical yoga.
Tempo- The most important factor for workout
In fact, opting workout songs is not as simple and immediate as just pressing “play” button and enjoy. Purohit says: “Your playlist should suit the context of the exercise you're doing. What you listen to while running may be different from what you want to listen to while lifting weights”.
Your playlist should suit the context of the exercise you're doing.
Tempo is considered as the most important factor in boosting workout productivity because it provides timing and co-ordination for your movements. For example, for aerobic exercises, songs from 120 to 140 beats-per-minute (BPM) range are the best choice because it most closely matches the average person's heart rate. Jogging, yoga or other low- intensity exercises just need the BPM range of 90 to 115. Mean while, runners, cyclist or other high-intensity exercises should pair with music from 135 BPM above to get their blood pumping and stay focused.
Here are top songs playing widely in 2012 sport centers for you
"Poker face" by Lady Gaga
Activity: Weight Training
"Run it" by Chris Brown
Activity: Jogging slowly
"Pump it up" by Danzel
Activity: Weight training
"Shake it" by Metro Station
"Start without you" by Alexandra Burke
"Warriors Dance"by The Prodigy
"Let's hear it for the boy" by Deniece Williams
Activity: Weight training
"Hard To Beat" by Hard-Fi
Activity: Running at moderate pace
"Domino" by Jessie J
Activity: Cardio workout
"Pumped up kicks" by Foster The People
Activity: Group aerobic classes
"Kyoto" by Skrillex
"Rolling in the deep" by Adele
Louis Brown lives in California, where he enjoys writing articles on a variety of subjects, especially lifestyle. By trade, he is a user interface designer.