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    Alexander Oshinsky
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    General stretch (approximately 90 beats per minute). – eminem – lose yourself

    Warm up (approximately 120 beats per minute). – michael mcdonald – ain’t no mountain high enough

    Cardio fitness (approximately 160 beats per minute). -pharrell williams – happy

    Warm down (approximately 80 beats per minute). – death cab for cutie – I will follow you into the dark

    #15972

    Sunday Dickson
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    General stretch – Golibe by Flavour
    Warm up – I Concur Timaya ft Don Jazzy
    Cardio fitness – Skelewu by Davido
    Warm down – From Here To The Moon And Back by Dolly Parton

    #16012

    M N Viswanath
    Participant

    I am not much on to western type of music- but from my experience from interacting with athletes of teams that participated in International competitions, I gathered that tracks from films on sports that showcased patriotism ,togetherness and sacrifice- aroused them, energised them and motivated them to do well for themselves and the country.Like in Hollywood, number of films are produced in India[ Bollywood]on sports themes.Select Tracks from these movies highlighting the above qualities definitely motivate the athletes and give them an urge to compete well and give their best.

    #16033

    Emmanueldickson
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    R-Kelly, I believe i can fly, P-Square, taste the money- the testimony, R-Kelly U saved me, Tasha Cobs -break every chain, da T.R.U.T.H- The whole truth. and many others

    #16125

    mmitrovic
    Participant

    General stretching – Amelie – La Valse D’Amelie (orchestre)
    Warm up – Public enemy – He got game
    Cardio fitness – Sander Kleinenberg – This Is Our Night(Sultan & Ned Shepard Remix) (even better if it is a cyclical activity, you wont ever stop listening to this song:)
    Warm down – Delibes – Dome Epais (Flower Duet) (Lakme, Act I)

    #16169

    Ayan Chatterjee
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    General stretch: Ovnimoon – Human spirit (144 bpm)
    Warm up: Digicult – Star Travel (156 bpm)
    Cardio fitness Wikileeadz – love the job (176)
    Warm down: Tristan and Raja Ram Beautiful garden (160)

    #16193

    Yorgos
    Participant

    General stretch. Bob Marley & The Wailers One Love
    Warm up. Queen I Want to Break Free; Avicii Wake Me Up; Coldplay A Sky Full of Stars
    Cardio fitness. Pharrell Williams Happy, Freedom; ADELE Hello; John Legend All of Me; The Script Hall of Fame;
    Warm down. Glee Cast Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (Glee Cast)

    #16260

    Stephen Githinji
    Participant

    General stretch:Jamie Grace Beautiful Day
    Warm up: Professor Jay Hapo Vipi
    Cardio fitness: Jose Chameleone Wale Wale
    Warm down: Ludovico Einaudi Nuvole Bianche

    #16358

    Conrad Francis
    Participant

    I loved the band Safri Duo and thats all i listen to over and over…

    #16380

    George Morrison
    Moderator

    I quite like music as relaxation but to be honest I don’t like it during exercise and seldom notice of there is music or not, but very interesting that so many others regard it as performance enhancer so guess I need to look at this one again.

    #16616

    jakielaj
    Participant

    90 BPM: My Adias, Run DMC
    120 BPM: Dance Dance, Fall out Boy
    160 BPM: Under & Over it, Five Finger Death Punch
    80 BPM: Breakdown, Jack Johnson

    #16834

    CFred57
    Participant

    90 BPM: You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Rolling Stones
    120 BPM: Wanted Dead or Alive, Bon Jovi
    160 BPM: Home, Madeon
    80 BPM: Hey Jude, The Beatles

    #16890

    jditomma
    Participant

    General stretch (approximately 90 beats per minute). Clancy’s Theme
    Warm up (approximately 120 beats per minute). The Brumbies
    Cardio fitness (approximately 160 beats per minute). The Chase
    Warm down (approximately 80 beats per minute). Jessica’s Sonata

    All from “The Man from the Snowy River”

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