FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

FASHION & EYEWEAR & ROCK & ROLL

Do you want to work out hard? Just rock it!

November 23, 2017

the quiet before rock work out

An interesting article from our friends at KRXQ analyses the results from a scientific study done by sports psychologist Dr. Costas Karageorghis of Brunel University in London.

The study claims that rock music, and all high energetic music, can enhance your performances during physical activities and increase endurance.

Tempo has a key role in this, in fact, high bpm (beats per minutes) songs are the best theme for working out, but also lyrics have an impact. It seems that lyrical content that invokes strong emotions that can contribute to the motivational state.

We have to admit that working out without music could be very hard and that having the right playlist can make the hardest session possible, so we have created one for you on Spotify.

Before putting your trainers on, let us know what is your favorite music to listen to during training and share it with our readers on our Facebook page or Shopify

 

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