Your workout music for the gym

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RobbieGray17

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So I couldn't find an old thread I'll hit up a new one. I've decided to try and get that extra bit out of my workout with some motivating music. This is mine, be keen to see what you guys are listening to.

Inception OST - 528491
One Republic - Apologize ft Timberland
AFL 360 - Port Adelaide Montage(Audio)
Guns And Roses - November Rain
Metalica - Enter Sandman
Birds Of Tokyo - Lanterns
Birds Of Tokyo - Circles
Birds Of Tokyo - Wild At Heart
Sick Puppies - Theres no going back
LifeHouse - Halfway Gone
Eminem - I’m not afraid
Linkin Park - Numb
Linkin Park - In the end
Linkin Park - Burn It Down
Green Day - Wake me up when September ends.
Green Day - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Posthumus
Two Steps From Hell
Kings Of Leon - Use Somebody
M83 - Wait
M83 - Outro
Enigma - Return to innocence
Mumford & Suns - I Will Wait
Mumford & Suns - Holland Road
Empire Of The Sun - Alive
Imagine Dragons - Its Time
Imagine Dragons - Demons
 

Colin D'Cops

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Update my iPod frequently. Have different songs for different moods/soreness/headspace/etc.

At the moment, in alphabetical order (only ever have 10 songs on it):
Fall Out Boy - Alone Together
Fall Out Boy - I Don't Care
Imagine Dragons - Demons
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
Joel Fletcher - Bring It Back
Joel Fletcher - Swing
Nickelback - If Today Was Your Last Day
Nickelback - When We Stand Together
U2 - Elevation
U2 - Vertigo

Haters - come at me :cool:
 

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RobbieGray17

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I think music is a very personal thing.
Certainly is. I don't feel the same way people do with rap, with exception to a few songs. Pump up songs are different for everyone

Update my iPod frequently. Have different songs for different moods/soreness/headspace/etc.

At the moment, in alphabetical order (only ever have 10 songs on it):
Fall Out Boy - Alone Together
Fall Out Boy - I Don't Care
Imagine Dragons - Demons
Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
Joel Fletcher - Bring It Back
Joel Fletcher - Swing
Nickelback - If Today Was Your Last Day
Nickelback - When We Stand Together
U2 - Elevation
U2 - Vertigo

Haters - come at me :cool:
Good list :thumbsu: , I'd like nickleback if my ex didn't destroy the moment. Agree with the different moods etc. Coldplay, and classical music for relaxing, and chilling, but don't have the same effect with getting pumped.
 

estibador

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I'm a big hiphop fan so most of my favourite pump up stuff is from that genre:

Can't Be Touched - Roy Jones Jnr
Get Low - Lil Jon
Trapped In A Psycho's Body - Tech N9ne
Holy Are You - Rakim
Cause of Death - Immortal Technique
Golpe De Estado - Immortal Technique
Game of Thrones hip hop remix - Dominic Omega
Bloody Tears - Army of the Pharoahs
Point of No Return - Immortal Technique
Rock Superstar - Cypress Hill
Rabbit Run - Eminem
You Already Know - 50 Cent
Breathe - Fabolous
Voices of the Voiceless - Lowkey
In Da Club freestyle - Immortal Technique
Wicked and Weird - Buck 65
The Hatred - Snowgoons
Alphabetical Slaughter - Papoose
 

estibador

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But since 75% of people hate hiphop, some other stuff:

Hungry - Rob Bailey
Renegades of Funk - Rage Against the Machine
New Disease - Spineshank
Naughty Boy - The Mavis's
My Favourite Game - The Cardigans
Shame of Life - Butthole Surfers
You Promised Me - In-Grid
True Love - Brokencyde
When I Get You Alone - Thicke
The Immortals - Techno-Syndrome
The Way - Fastball
Popular - Nada Surf
High - Jimmie's Chicken shack
ABC Theme - Pendulum
Derezzed - Daft Punk
 

RobbieGray17

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You posted in the old thread before starting this one...??
that was a different one. This is a playlist/music you listen to while at the gym.

The other one was more prior to the gym, videos etc. The two shouldn't be confused.

Maybe I should have put that in the title, too late now. Unless Colin D'Cops would be nice enough to change the title to

Your music playlist for the gym (Or suitable title):)
 

Damon_3388

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Nothing, because the gym has the same crappy dance music (some Hardwell radio show) blaring at ear-splitting levels the entire time, rendering any use of your own music pointless/unlistenable.
 

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Jab

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Why do you need special music?

I personally don't, but music helps a lot of people. I'm happy if the gym is empty and that the music is off. I'm even happy to listen to a podcast while at the gym, but I'm a little weird :p

Music helps some people relax, get motivated and energised. You constantly see people at the gym and on the street with headphones on, so people are listening to something. If people want to share what they listen to then this is the thread for them.
 

Damon_3388

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Why do you need special music?
I'd rather listen to nothing than crappy dance music that's at louder volume than in a busy nightclub, but I'd at least like to have the option of listening to my own stuff if I wanted to (and not have it drowned out by the sh*t already blaring out in the gym).
 

RobbieGray17

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Why do you need special music?
Some people can get fired up without music. I struggle. When I want to get a massive session I get pumped with music. It pushes you mentally, where you would have given up without music. It depends on the mental strength of the individual. I wouldn't want to overdo it, but there are times where you need that extra lift. And it works. Maybe not as much for a maximum lift/max strength, but it certainly helps you give everything you have.
 

Colin D'Cops

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Why do you need special music?
I can train with any music, or without.

I just know that when the pain kicks in, music can assist me maintain intensity. Especially my faves.

Music (for me at least) makes it a more enjoyable experience also. Enjoyment can never be underestimated.
 

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Rammstein and Black Sabbath mainly. As others have said half the time it's about blocking others out, I can't deal with sh*t talkers and people on their phone at the best of time let alone in the gym, and half the time it's about getting pumped up to a big squat or press... otherwise the terrorists win.
 

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Haha listening to "I will wait, I will wait for youuuuu" while pumping iron
 

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