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Workout music made much better - the best inspiring exercise music by BryantS Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 10:26am Scientific studies have shown that the right encouraging exercise tunes can make your workouts more effective. Your heart can beat faster and you also can move faster to go along with the beat of the music. In short, the right tunes can mean it all. It makes your workouts more effective. Don't take out a payday cash loans to buy an album that isn't ... Read on »
Music and Exercise – Does Music Impact the Intensity of Your Workout? by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 25 Mar 2012 1:00pm When you are about to get on the elliptical machine and you turn on your iPod to hear some of your favorite songs, you’re probably thinking that your work out music is simply helping to pass the time; Perhaps music distracts you from thinking about the fact that you’re actually going to be working out for the next 30 minutes to an hour. ... Read on »
Relaxing Dinner, Exercise & Old Music by Christine A. Posted Sun 15 Aug 2010 8:26pm I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. I’m sad that it’s almost over and that I’ll be on call next week. And my ankle is still slightly swollen and in pain. I hate to say it, but I think I need to take at least a week’s break from running which is very frustrating for half-marathon training. I plan to continue other forms of cardio and ... Read on »
Does Music Help Exercise Endurance by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:03am I don’t know about you or anybody else for that matter but when I am, doing research or exercising I find that listening to music helps me to keep focused, and also I find that what I am doing is more enjoyable. Certainly from a exercise point of view I have found it very beneficial, I think this is probably one of the reasons why gyms tend to h ... Read on »
Did You Know You Can Exercise Longer While Listening To Music? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 9:25pm Yoga is a great and very relaxing way to tone and fortify the body as well as relax and calm the mind. Yoga music can reinforce this experience, making yoga a really euphoric experience. If you’d like to make doing yoga the ideal exercise, adding some music may do the trick. The yoga music ... Read on »
Did You Know You Can Exercise Longer While Listening To Music? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Jul 2013 1:36pm Yoga is a great and extraordinarily relaxing way to tone and reinforce the body as well as de-stress and calm the mind. Yoga music can enhance this experience, making yoga a really euphoric experience. If you need to make doing yoga the perfect exercise, adding some music may do the trick. Read on »
Poll Revealed: Music & Exercise by Lance B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:27pm I love all types of music, but down deep I am really an R & B guy. My Ipod is loaded with beats for the bed sheets: R Kelly, Marvin Gaye, Jodeci, Usher, Sade, Keith Sweat, etc. The other day at my club, one of group exercise instructors didn't have music for the muscle sculpt class that she was about to lead. In desperation, she as ... Read on »
Music-Based Exercise Reduces Fall Risks by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Thu 09 Dec 2010 8:35pm Posted on 2010-12-08 06:00:00 in Bone and Dental | Exercise | Among aging men and women, falls represent a major adverse event that can lead to significant disability, or death. Andrea Trombett ... Read on »
Type of music influences exercise performance by NeuroKuz Posted Sat 15 May 2010 1:12pm If you work out, and you like to listen to music while you work out, you probably have a set of favourite songs or artists that you always listen to when exercising. You might even have a playlist on your iPod called ‘running music,’ ‘lifting tunes,’ or ‘workout beatz.’ Personally, as a heavy metal fan, music from bands like Metallica and Iron ... Read on »
Music-Based Exercise Class Cuts Seniors' Fall Risk by Medline Plus Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 5:16pm Monday, November 22, 2010    By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exercises that combine music and rhythmic movement may help curb the rate of falls among older adults at increased risk, a study published Monday suggests. Sw ... Read on »