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Workout Music

GollumGollum South AfricaFamiliarFamiliar, Retired Moderator
in Music 36.50 Karma
So, I've been "workin on mah gainz" for 3 and a half years now, and I listen to music everyday I hit the gym (no, not a Pokémon Go gym).
So I was wondering if any of you work out, and if so, what is your favourite song to ork out to ? My playlists get old fast, need some new music.

Comments

  • scorto7scorto7 BelgiumGame Moderator
    68.20 Karma
    Typical 80's music... that's what i got in my ears when i go running/cycling. :D
  • Elemental godElemental god The netherlandsMember
    242.15 Karma
    Any music! I dunno why but i always move with the music xD (so i guess faster music is better)
  • GollumGollum South AfricaFamiliarFamiliar, Retired Moderator
    36.50 KarmaFamiliar
    Yeah any music, but it's quite hard benching to Moonlight Sonata or Für Elise :/
  • lunariscilunarisci 'MuricaMember
    edited August 2016 11.70 Karma
    What is this "work out" you speak of... e-e I'm just gonna depend on my metabolism while I still have it :P

    Does walking to the fridge while listening to soundtracks count ;w;

    Actually Pokémon Go has been my one true source of exercise
  • BJDwareBJDware Down underRetired Moderator
    98.60 Karma
    Eye of the tiger could be fitting in a corny way :P

    Personally, i hit Disturbed and Heavy techno for such occasions.
  • Mr. PenguinMr. Penguin U.K, England Member
    140.40 Karma
    BJDware said:

    Eye of the tiger could be fitting in a corny way :P

    Personally, i hit Disturbed and Heavy techno for such occasions.

    Disturbed *hisses at Ware* XD
  • Royale KingRoyale King Member
    29.35 Karma
    Pop songs xD. It's simple and lets your mind dance to it.
  • HellesHelles Member
    21.05 Karma
    Electronic Dance Music.
  • TurnovusTurnovus Member
    0.75 Karma
    "Forwarding the Cause of Science" by Aperture Science Psychoacoustics Laboratory.
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