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Workout Music

Discussion in 'Weight Training/Bulking' started by The Abdominal Snowman, May 23, 2005.

  1. The Soul Brother

    The Soul Brother Well-Known Member

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    Hiphop baby.

    Choice cuts from the following artists:

    Dr Dre.
    MOP
    DJ Premier (lots of his beats)
    Mobb Deep
    Just Blaze beats
    Dipset
     
  2. Andrew

    Andrew Well-Known Member

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    Oh, okay.
    Yeah, I agree with you, for me I don't really get pumped up from hip-hop...but I know a lot of people who do.
     
  3. The Soul Brother

    The Soul Brother Well-Known Member

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    I couldnt think of anything that would get me pumping more than Dipset Anthem.... You can even lift in time with the beat!
     
  4. Mooshie

    Mooshie Well-Known Member

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    Michael Bolton, Kenny G, John Tesh, Yanni, Zamfir

    That's about the best workout music you could possibly hope for.

    :D
     
  5. Gol!

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    Dr. Dre -> The Chronic

    Ohhh yeaaah :cool:
     
  6. Biggoggs

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    The Crystal Method, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Chemical Brothers, www.happyhardcore.com or other up-beat trance. Probably couldn't workout to anything without bass (rock, trance, etc) :tu:

    ps; what's with the `reply' button? I have to `reply' to one of the above posts to get anything to work, even `go advanced'...?
     
  7. CauseforAlarm

    CauseforAlarm Well-Known Member

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    Bruisers
    Primal Fear
    Iron Maiden
    Slayer
    Manowar

    When Running:
    Malmsteen, SRV for long distance
     
  8. dreadsword

    dreadsword Well-Known Member

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    Weezer
    or, one of the BBC Radio One Essential Mixes (Adam Freedland, for instance)
    The essential mixes are great because they are two uninterrupted hours of solid high energy music.
     
  9. RamRom

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    fadsxcv Well-Known Member

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    Most songs by Mindless Self Indulgence are perfect for lifting thanks to their cracked out beats and lyrics.
     
  11. yellowsoulbrother

    yellowsoulbrother Well-Known Member

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    WOW. an industrial head! nitzer ebb! personally Ministry serves all of my industrial needs, although they're not so much industrial anymore.

    I listen to drum and bass all the time when I'm working out. but sometimes I'll switch it up and throw on some metallica, slayer, pantera.

    for hip hop the GZA liquid swords album is great. any of Notorious BIG's first 3 albums, or black moon.
     
  12. Shmeeli

    Shmeeli Well-Known Member

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    Great workout song: Chemical Brothers - "The Boxer"

    with the lyrics "I can't seem to shake this feeling, I can't seem to put it down" it's like he's talking about the weights.
     
  13. bagobonez

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    ANything from Godsmack.
     
  14. sigakoer

    sigakoer Well-Known Member

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    I like the heavy stuff blasting thru my ipod to get my adrenaline rushing.

    Dark New Day - "Brother"
    Korn - "Did My Time"
    Mudvayne - "Not Falling"
    Linkin Park - "One Step Closer"
    Papa Roach - "Last Resort"

    Just to name a few.
     
  16. Llama

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    I'm into soca for workout music. If you are unfamiliar, its soul-calypso and its from the island of Trinidad. Soca is a dance music so its high-energy. I like it better than hip-hop for workouts because the songs are usually about girls and dancing rather than some dude telling me about the last time he kicked somebodys @$$ and how big his rims are.
     
  17. wh0rume

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    Ramstien - Du Hast

    ...is my favorite workout song this week
     
  18. staley

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    It's gotta be loud progressive metal and old school metal for both lifting and cardio!

    Dream Theater - As I Am
    Kamelot - The Spell
    Iron Maiden - 22 Acacia Avenue
    Conception - Mourning Star
    Fates Warning - One
    Fates Warning - Crawl
    Everygrey - More Than Ever
    Dream Theater - Pull Me Under
    James LaBrie - Crucify
    Kamelot - March of Mephisto
    Iron Maiden - Aces High
    Spock's Beard - As Long as We Ride
    Symphony X - The Turning
    Symphony X - Accolade
    Kamelot - The Haunting
    Dream Theater - The Root of All Evil
    Conception - Would it be the Same
    Metallica - Battery
    Everygrey - A Touch of Blessing
     
  19. Skoorb

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    If you can't do it to Linkin Park, there's no hope for you. Belie' dat!
     

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