If running on a treadmill makes you dread those cardio sessions then it’s time to put yourself out of the misery as we have got you the ultimate pump-up playlist. This in-house mash-up curated by the fitteraties of our team will help you master the art of cardio.
What? Did we hear you say that music won’t make a difference? Let’s debunk this myth for your
Not just one but we have multiple studies that say that high-tempo music has a greater impact on your exercising routine than no music at all.
“We found that listening to high-tempo music while exercising resulted in the highest heart rate and lowest perceived exertion compared with not listening to music,” says Luca Ardigo, a professor at the University of Verona.
This means that the exercise seemed like less effort, but it was more beneficial in terms of enhancing physical fitness.
This study was published in the Frontiers in Psychology journal.
Here’s another one which says that music creates a distraction from your surroundings and helps you concentrate on the workout session. Plus, researchers also claim that motivation by music can lead to increase in the exercise duration. This was published in the International Journal of Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology.
That’s not all, music also helps you groove and boost your mood–that’s why you feel motivated
This is tried and tested. When you hear your favourite song you start swaying without any incentive. And the best part if that when you are hearing your favourite gym number then even the most dreadful exercise can’t pull you down. Yup! Music is that motivating and the journal Brain and Cognition ratifies it.
Science and everything is fine but what kind of music can boost your workout session?
We’ll say whatever helps you pick up the pace is good to go. But if your playlist ain’t working for you then we have got the top 10 numbers from ours to lift you up.”
1. Eye of the tiger
2. Titanium David Guetta
3. Animal (Maroon 5)
4. Stronger (Kayne West)
5. Oh ho ho (Sukhbir Singh)
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6. Dil yeh ziddi hai (Vishal Dadlani)
7. Wake me up (Avicii)
8. Beautiful now (Zedd)
9. Uptown funk (Bruno Mars)
10. Sugar (Maroon 5)
So, if you are done warming up then it’s time to plug in to nirvana with these uber active songs that are going to boost your cardio session like a boss.
Till then, keep shuffling your playlist and if you have any more gym grooves then share them with all of us in the comments section below.
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