Thread: Training music / workout music
10/23/2005 9:51am, #11
Deluxe247, long time no read.
Me and my tatoo'd excon worker lifted early mornings and if we got there first we'd put on women's folk music. If we weren't first we'd hear stuff (thumping, loud, and dumb + tetesterone poison, like Slayer - our 16 year old Italian exchange student likes Slayer, yetch) like most of what's listed above. Personally, for me, it's all in the motivation, thump thump doesn't help.
Deluxe247 to The Wastrel:
"It looks like I didnt explain what I was meaning to say, and so your comments are understandable. I would like to point out that what you were trying to tell me is exactly what I was trying to say. However, Id like to comment further on another thing that was mentioned but dont have the time.
....to be continued!"
Last edited by patfromlogan; 10/23/2005 10:09am at ."Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
10/23/2005 12:12pm, #12
I just made another "workout" disc yesterday. It just has my favorite Death and Metallica songs alternating. (i.e. Death/Metallica/Death/Metallica/etc)
I also listen to Pantera, Slayer, and rarely Cannibal Corpse.
10/24/2005 10:52am, #13
cannibal corpse makes me cry tears of hate.
10/25/2005 6:06am, #14
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- perth, western australia
Cred to Japuma and pirateninja for killswitch. they recently played near me (perth, WA, rockin show apparently)
To add more metal, Diecast, Unearth, Trivium (so, so awesome...), Avenged Sevenfold
And screamo such as Bullet for my Valentine.
11/15/2005 9:33am, #15
Hey thanks for the great tunes. I have a nice mix of hard core metal with some breakbeats stired nicely with some old foggy music ( keke ) Oh and I dig the enya for cool down breaks, that was a great idea, thanks man. Hey pat, good to see you. I laughed for a good 20 mins from your quote of me. Im a "to be continued kinda guy" for sure. My wife has to pysically detain me sometimes for some us time. Anyway, thanks for the tunes guys, and yeah what about that sticky? :sad1:
Hey peace(plz), long time no hear as well. Dont say sup or anything pffft. Well time to thrown in some slipknot and hit the bag. Take care guys.
ITS DELUXE SON!
11/15/2005 11:10am, #16
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- East Coast
Why don't you play songs you don't like. It'll pump you up by pissing you off. You'll say "I hate that f*%$ing song I could drop that person on their head!" and want to tear up the weights or your opponents on the mat.
Suggestions: Kelly Clarkson, Britney Spears, any boy band.
11/15/2005 11:40am, #17
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- Jun 2005
- Fort Wayne, IN
Last night at muay thai, we were listening to Bob Marley, which makes it hard for me to feel all aggro and want to beat the **** out of everything.
Bob Marley makes me want to lay on the couch and smoke weed.
11/15/2005 1:28pm, #18
I've stopped listening to music while lifting. I find it a hassle now. I don't have a radio that I can just stick a CD in, so I have to get a CD player, then put on some headphones, etc. They cords from them get caught on stuff frequently and the CD skips every now and then. So, now I just go around grunting angrilly when I'm resting.
11/15/2005 5:02pm, #19
11/15/2005 5:23pm, #20
Originally Posted by CrunchOMatic
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This is the only acceptable alternative to no music.