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  1. lant3rn is offline

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    Best Fight Training Songs?

    When training by myself i love to listen to music because it takes your mind of the "work" so you dont get worn "out" as fast. I have songs i lalready ike to listen too, i was just woundering if anybody had any golden tracks they would like to share with me , that help them with their workouts.
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    When doing my cardio work, I toss on Becoming Insane by Infected Mushroom. It's a decent-length song with a good beat to help keep pace. Near the end, when I'd normally get tired, they get into the most energetic part, which keeps me going that extra bit. I'll edit as I remember more.
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    I like to "listen" to "I want it that way" by the "Backstreet boys" who are a "vocal harmony group" which is "doublespeak" for "cock smoking bufters".

    Lately I've been getting pumped of Hiromitsu Agatsuma. Yeah.
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    I like to train to mellow music, and often, I find since video game music doesn't have lyrics, I find some good stuff in that area. Yasunori Mitsuda tends to make my mind wander away while I'm exercising and keeps me going.
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    Village People's YMCA is such a nice song to roll / grapple to, don't you think?

    Actually, our gym doesn't have any sound systems at all.
    Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
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    Once, hubby put on "Eye of the Tiger' during boxing class to bug the boxing instructor. Little did we know it was his favorite song! Now, whenever he's sparring, he'll put it on repeat. Yes, it makes me want to hit something every time.

    You could also try that crazy Thai music the Muay Thai folk listen to when working out. That will make you want to kill.
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    I like to listen to This Thread Comes Up Every 1.5 Months and Do You Think You Are Starting A Topic of Uniqueness by The Search Functions.

    Quote Originally Posted by supercrap
    Lately I've been getting pumped of Hiromitsu Agatsuma. Yeah.
    Excellent. Doesn't pump me that much though, he is more of a softer style.
    I like the Yoshido Brothers who also use the shamisen in combination of your standard rock and roll band.
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    I usually listen to music I deem fitting for the type of workout I intend to do. When I go for Shadow Boxing I usually play thrash and death metal and try to carry the beat with my moves (rather hard when it comes to death metal blast beats) which in turn makes for some interesting intervals. If i'm practicing techniques slowly I'll listen to mellow world music stuff. When I'm doing weights and circuits I'll stick in whatever I've got that's upbeat and motivating.

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    Silent Night Fever - Dimension Zero & Black Seeds of Vengeance - Nile for Shadow boxing
    Amethystium for Techniques.
    Dark Tranquility and Queens of the Stone Age for Weights.
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