Saturday, December 10, 2011

Best Workout Songs 2012 in the world

Its officially proven that, "To listen enjoyable and fast paced music during workout will increase better performance."

Music is essential to working out: anything that distracts you from the burn in your legs or that cramp in your side surely benefits your inner gym rat.

You'll have an increased performance in the gym if you're listening to faster paced music between 120-140 beats per minute and above.

People who listened to faster paced and enjoyable music didn't perceive the workout to be any easier than while not listening to any music at all.

(1) Eye of the Tiger -

Released in 1982 and has become the anthem of sports teams and organizations everywhere.

Routinely played in gyms and athletic training areas. Just keep it in your iPod.

(2) St. Elmo's Fire -

Best known as being the theme of the similarly titled 1985 film "St. Elmo's Fire" was originally written for Rick Hansen, a wheelchair bound Canadian athlete touring around the world to raise spinal cord injury awareness.

Performed by John Parr and adapted for film, "St. Elmo's Fire" became an instant hit, earning a Grammy nomination along the way.

(3) Under Pressure -

Released in 1981, epitome of a great pop song.

It's also one you can identify with as you work out, feeling that you are under pressure to run one more mile or lift one more weight.

(4) You Shook Me All Night Long -

Its regarded as one of the best songs of its decade. Released in 1980 and still great today, its impossible to listen to without feeling a little more pumped and ready to shake a little something yourself.

(5) Other are like ,

Jay-Z - 99 Problems ; Kanye West - Stronger ; Queen - We Will Rock You ; Papa Roach - Last Resort; The Roots - Here I Come

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