|05-25-2013, 01:37 AM||#11|
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I don't train with music but I run with music.
Right now it's tyga dope, faded, molly.
Before I lost my mp3. I had a bunch of shyt. Alice nine, supreme majesty, nas, dead prez. Etc etc.
For right now. It's those tyga tracks
lupe fiasco - lamborghini angels
supreme majesty - heroes of our land
|05-27-2013, 01:54 PM||#13|
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As for the thread I can't really listen to music when lifting anymore. I just tune it out and would rather not have it in.
What I do now is download motivating speeches, podcasts, and some classical music to listen to while lifting.
Last edited by Danny Gunz; 05-27-2013 at 03:10 PM.
|05-27-2013, 08:30 PM||#14|
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Your use of music in training sessions can have a purpose other than enjoyment! If you have a sence of rhythm rock n roll is not a good listening tool. The best is in 2/4 like most popular music so the beat is mild tempo'd same with rap its a straight 4 beat and asgain has no tempo to take a groove up!! Most afro/cubano along with James Brown is accented on the ONE of the count! You don't need to know a thing about music but you should hear and feel the difference because the emphasis is on the one which brings the beat UP in tempo. You want to be UP and a half step better (quicker) than your normal efforts (timings). It takes a decent ear and possibly some toe tapping to get it so use your rope time to use the afro/cuban or Mr. Browns offerings! Then try shadow boxing and see if your tempo moves up in pace as you hear the differences in the tempo! In music its called "hitting on the hard ONE"! Ray
|05-27-2013, 10:13 PM||#15|
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I don't see how anyone can train or workout in general WITHOUT music. The right music can make a significant difference in the quality and INTENSITY of my workout.
Speaking of James Brown...some of my favs of his to play are...
"Down in Out in New York City"
"Superbad" <---Great ring entrance music..almost came out to it
"Paid the Cost"
Old school R&B soul is great...
|06-03-2013, 09:48 AM||#18|
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anything wu tang clan. immortal technique-point of no return. d12- rap game, purple pills. obie trice- bad *****, cheers, hands on you.
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