Favourite training music

Pulse's Photo Pulse 19 Jun 2017

So with loads of people now well into their pain cave/indoor training for the winter months, what is your favourite song(s) or type of music you listen to while you train?

 

For some reason I’m stuck on the oldies for a bit.

Queen: Fat bottom girls – perhaps some hidden motivation.

Anything by Nirvana (for now, I get tired of it quickly).

 

I’m sure next week will be something different for me again

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fanievb's Photo fanievb 19 Jun 2017

I tune the TV to the LM Radio audio channel (mix of 70s - 80s oldies)



 

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shaune's Photo shaune 19 Jun 2017

le grange - zz top

loose yourself - Eminem

enter the sandman - metalica

cum on feel the noise - slade

radar love - golden earing

thunderstruck - acdc

rock or bust - acdc

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Jurgens Smit's Photo Jurgens Smit 19 Jun 2017

All depends on the workout

 

FTP Test - Rap/Trap music

Anything at or higher than FTP - EDM/Dance/Techno

Lower than FTP - Series not music

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Pure Savage's Photo Pure Savage 19 Jun 2017

Having had to get onto the indoor trainer due to injury, I dusted off my Zune from 2011 and am enjoying ASOT 290-350, Tiesto club life, Pete Tong etc. Makes the time pass pretty quickly. 

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Thor Buttox's Photo Thor Buttox 19 Jun 2017

Raw - Scanners
Hirudineans - Dark Fortress
Almost anything by Placebo
Fuel for Hatred - Satyricon
End is the beginning is the end - Smashy Pumps
Alan on Fire - poison idea

I have strange tastes... But they work!
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madbradd's Photo madbradd 19 Jun 2017

I like the Apple Music Rock Workout. Have had some complaints from the neighbours so switched to headphones. Think I will need some waterproof ones though.

 

Will need to get some new playlists though I think. Any recommendations as to where to find some?

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Jurgens Smit's Photo Jurgens Smit 19 Jun 2017

I like the Apple Music Rock Workout. Have had some complaints from the neighbours so switched to headphones. Think I will need some waterproof ones though.

 

Will need to get some new playlists though I think. Any recommendations as to where to find some?

I get my music from youtube, dunno if you've tried that?

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coppi's Photo coppi 19 Jun 2017

Tons of cycling music on youtube..........my favourite are the carlos garcia mixes featuring micheal jackson and queen mixes for roughly one hour sessions

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Myles Mayhew's Photo Myles Mayhew 19 Jun 2017

Youtube has some pretty good playlists, but they're chock full of adverts. 

 

Me: Depends on the mood

 

If I want to smash out a hard session:

 

Korn / Slipknot / SOAD etc

 

Tempo: 

 

Infected mushroom / DATSIK / RJD2 / psy-trance etc

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Cav''s Photo Cav' 19 Jun 2017

Youtube has some pretty good playlists, but they're chock full of adverts. 

 

Me: Depends on the mood

 

If I want to smash out a hard session:

 

Korn / Slipknot / SOAD etc

 

Tempo: 

 

Infected mushroom / DATSIK / RJD2 / psy-trance etc

Found an old Korn CD of mine the other day when moving, listened to it for 2 weeks in the car again. (Brings back loads of memories) Johnathan Davis is a legend.

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Veebee's Photo Veebee 19 Jun 2017

Rap / House / EDM for those hard sessions.

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Myles Mayhew's Photo Myles Mayhew 19 Jun 2017

Found an old Korn CD of mine the other day when moving, listened to it for 2 weeks in the car again. (Brings back loads of memories) Johnathan Davis is a legend.

yeah. Always liked them... Serenity of Suffering (their new one) is pretty cool as well. 

 

Metallica's new (2016) album is also worth a listen. VERY old school. 

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Jurgens Smit's Photo Jurgens Smit 19 Jun 2017

Youtube has some pretty good playlists, but they're chock full of adverts. 

 

 

Bro, do you even adblock?

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Thor Buttox's Photo Thor Buttox 19 Jun 2017

yeah. Always liked them... Serenity of Suffering (their new one) is pretty cool as well.

Metallica's new (2016) album is also worth a listen. VERY old school.

I gave St Anger another chance the other day... Also been revisiting past. Luckily I also have Hardwired.

Nicest catch-up was the first Machinehead album. Still kills 25 odd years later
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Myles Mayhew's Photo Myles Mayhew 19 Jun 2017

Bro, do you even adblock?

work pc, yeah. Switched it off on my home pc for one of the plugins I had to use until recently. Forgot to switch it back on... 

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