Beats by Tay

January 16, 2018

Not only is having a proper workout plan in place essential for being productive and effective, having the right playlist can also really affect your performance. There's nothing better than being so immersed in your music that you don't even realize how intensely you've been pushing yourself.

 

 

From warm-ups to cool-downs, your playlists can shape the way your workouts turn out. A fun, fast-paced and upbeat song may be what you need to run that extra mile. A classic throwback might be just the thing to get you to smile through that last set while a softer and more calming song will help bring your heart rate down after that final push. 

 

 

The perfect warm-up songs start slow, allowing you to clear your mind and get into the mental headspace to have a focused and effective training so that when the beat finally drops you know its time to go. Personally, I rely on upbeat music during weight training but especially during cardio to give me that extra boost of energy I might be lacking after a long day. My music plays an essential role in determining the intensity of my training which is why I find myself drawn to a good hip-hop playlist. With that being said, here are some of my favourite songs that get me in the zone and keep me on track. 

 

Check out the playlist on Spotify:

 

WARM UP

 

Don't Wake Me Up - Chris Brown

 

Silence - Mashmello feat. Khalid

 

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Run The World (Girls) - Beyoncé

 

This Is What You Came For - Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna 

 

Run Up - Major Lazer feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR & Nicki Minaj

 

Crazy In Love - Beyoncé

 

Jumpman - Drake & Future

 

Bodak Yellow - Cardi B

 

Pump It - The Black Eyed Peas

 

Stronger - Kanye West

 

Text Ur Number - DJ Envy feat. DJ Sliink & Fetty Wap

 

COOL DOWN

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More - Nōva

 

Feels - Kiiara

 

 

 

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