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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, experts at Lift Vault have curated the perfect Spotify playlist of the best music to work out to.
Sluggish on the treadmill? Struggling to find that extra push during weightlifting? We’ve all been there. But what if the key to unlocking your workout potential lies not in your muscles, but in your ears? The right music can be the ultimate motivator, transforming a mundane routine into an exhilarating dance party, one rep at a time.
That’s right, the right playlist can transform your workout from a chore into an electrifying experience. Upbeat tempos get your heart pumping, inspiring lyrics fuel your determination, and powerful beats push you to dig deeper. So, ditch the monotony and get ready to crank up the volume on your next sweat session!
Best Music To Workout To
A brand-new Spotify playlist has been released by fitness training platform Lift Vault, designed to boost your strength training workout, chosen based on their BPM, catered to building muscle and optimizing strength.
The playlist is one-hour long, featuring energetic, powerful songs which will boost energy, improve focus, and increase overall performance. Featuring four different languages including, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Korean, the playlist offers a variety of genres like Reggaeton, Baile Funk, Hyperpop, Regional, Mexican, Country, Rap, Baroque Pop, R&B, K-pop and Rock.
The music comes from emerging and established artists such as Olivia Rodrigo, KAROL G, Central Cee, Jung Kook, Marshmello, Coldplay, Peggy Gou, and more.
|Marshmello, Manuel Turizo
|Boy’s a Liar
|Latin trap EDM
|(It Goes Like) Nanana
|Set Me Free Pt.2
|Viva La Vida
|Central Cee x Dave
|Baby Don’t Hurt Me
|Pacas De Billetes
|Thinkin’ Bout Me
|Queen of Kings
|Rauw Alejandro & Bizarrap
During a strength training workout, the best music for optimized results contains several elements.
Firstly, an upbeat tempo is important, as it will boost your energy levels and keep you motivated. Music with a BPM of 120- 140 is considered ideal for strength training.
Music with elements of aggression is also beneficial for a strength training workout, because of their high-energy beats and intense sound. Often the most popular genres are x metal, hip-hop, and electronic dance music (EDM).
Even better, songs with motivational lyrics that speak to overcoming obstacles or pushing through challenges will help you stay focused and driven during your workout.
Listening to music often activates the brain’s reward system by releasing dopamine, associated with pleasure. Therefore, music generally is a great thing to listen to during your workout.-A spokesperson for Lift Vault
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