#MPOWERment Workout Playlist 73
It is with great intention that this post is delayed beyond the first of the new year. I do wish you a very happy and healthy new year but resolutions are not solutions so I will have no part in that hullaballooh. What I will condone is some solid goal setting if you are just getting started with your lifestyle modifications of self-care. I will also promote some music, like that of your January 2020 #MPOWERment workout playlist 73, to help motivate you to move.
Music can not only help you to keep a certain pace while working out, but it can help fire you up to dig deep inside of yourself and can help you to tune out your faulty fatigue signals (Brooks & Brooks, 2010; Priest et al., 2004; Thakare et al., 2017). The key with the evidence is that the music and the lyrics must resonate with you and the type of workout you are trying to have. This is one of the reasons I am so grateful to have such eclectic tastes as I have always loved to diversify my workout portfolio 😉 May you find some motivation from this (eclectic) playlist:
- Logic & Young Sinatra – Warm It Up
2. Sofi Tukker – Purple Hat
3. Clipse & the Neptunes – When the Last Time
4. Classified & Choclair – Hurt Everybody
5. Nailbomb – Vai Toma No Cu
6. Halestorm – Uncomfortable
7. Nothing More – Go To War
8. In This Moment – Blood
9. I Prevail – Bow Down
10. Cooldown Jam – bbno$ and lentra – roo doo
- Brooks, K., & Brooks, K. (2010). Difference in Wingate power output in response to music as motivation. Age (years), 23, 21-25.
- Priest, D. L., Karageorghis, C. I., & Sharp, N. C. (2004). The characteristics and effects of motivational music in exercise settings: the possible influence of gender, age, frequency of attendance, and time of attendance.
- Thakare, A. E., Mehrotra, R., & Singh, A. (2017). Effect of music tempo on exercise performance and heart rate among young adults. International journal of physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology, 9(2), 35.