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Best Workout Playlist March 18

Best workout playlist March

Hello, dears!

Here is a new playlist for you to maintain a high pace in your workouts this March. Enjoy!

Playlist:

Vigiland – Friday Night

Infinity Ink – Infinity (Dubdogz & Bhaskar Remix)

Throttle – Hit The Road Jack

Ofenbach vs. Nick Waterhouse – Katchi

Juicy M & 4 decks

Moska – This Is House

Disclosure – White Noise ft. AlunaGeorge

HI-LO – Renegade Mastah

MAKJ & Michael Sparks ft. Fatman Scoop – Space Jam

Tiësto, Oliver Heldens – The Right Song ft. Natalie La Rose

Martin Garrix – Hold On & Believe (feat. The Federal Empire)

Ferreck Dawn & Robosonic – Old Dollars

KSHMR – House Of Cards (feat. Sidnie Tipton)

Deepend – Waiting For The Summer (feat. Graham Candy)

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Best workout playlist February 18

Best workout playlist February
Hello, dears! January is almost over and here I am with a new playlist to animate your February workouts. You have no excuse, sweat the T-shirt!! Playlist:
  1. Wiz Khalifa – Young Wild & Free (Konglomerate Remix)
  2. Lost Frequencies & Zonderling – Crazy
  3. Galantis and throttle – Tell Me You Love Me
  4. The most epic sound – tchaikovsky remix
  5. Fergie &Nicki Minaj Vs Taylor Swift-You Already Know Vs Look What You Made Me
  6. Throttle – Baddest Behaviour (Timmy Trumpet Remix)
  7. Tiësto & MOTi – Blow Your Mind
  8. Oliver Heldens – Bunnydance
  9. The Chainsmokers – Break Up Every Night (Dark Heart Remix)
  10. Ehrling – Dance With Me
  11. 3 Doors Down – Here Without You (Sonik & Gon Haziri REMIX)
  12. C2C – F·U·Y·A
  13. Portugal. The man. Feel it still
  14. Indila – Derniere Danse
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Best Workout Playlist January 18

Best workout playlist January

I like to get into my own world. When I am at the gym there’s no distractions, No room for weakness. To make the physical changes you seek you must mentally prepare and be zoned in.

Research consistently finds that listening to music distracts athletes from their “bodily awareness” (read: pain). And a recent study found that not just listening, but controlling and creating music in time to one’s pace had an even more profound effect on perceived effort during a workout. The study found that cyclists actually worked harder when listening to faster music as compared to music at a slower tempo. But too fast is no good, either. Songs between 120 and 140 beats per minute (bpm) have the maximum effect on moderate exercisers.

I assume that many of you are going to the gym next week, so this is an excellent playlist that will help you to give your best: