What Your Exercise Routine Music States In Regards To You

 

What your favorite Instrument says about you!

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What Your Favorite Music Says About Your Personality

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What Your Musical Taste Says About You

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What your favorite music says about you!

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ONE DIRECTION 15 MIN DANCE PARTY WORKOUT Full Body/No Equipment

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The Best Workout Songs Ever… (BRO-TUNES!)

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Jessie Ware What’s Your Pleasure? (Dance Video)

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What Your Workout Music Says About You LOUD GUYS. These are usually the rock and EDM guys. There’s no shame here. They love their high-intensity guitar riffs POP STARS. Pop music is everywhere in gyms these days.

It’s no surprise a genre. Your playlist: Brooks & Dunn. Brad Paisley.

Sara Evans. What it says about you: You were born country, so while you might enjoy spending your evenings on a front porch with good bourbon and a sleeping dog, you also enjoy feeling like you’ve earned said pleasures. Your playlist: Classical music.

Or jazz. Or showtunes. What it says about you: We honestly don’t know. They are more likely to use music to exercise their brains than their bodies.

If you play jazz improv, you may even turn off part of your brain to unlock extra creativity. Studies show that cranking up the right music can motivate you to exercise longer, harder, and have more fun. Regina Brooks, ACE certified fitness instructor at Lloyd Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon says, “Music is an important motivational factor in a workout.

When you think you can’t possibly do one more repetition, the right workout music comes on and the endorphins kick in all over again.”. Music can motivate you to work longer and harder, says David-Lee Priest, PhD, a psychologist and researcher at University of East Anglia, Norwich, England. Fast music, especially, can help, because. Listening to high-tempo music (the kind that’s around 170 heartbeats per minute), made people perceive their workouts as being easier, even when they were challenging, and. What your workout says about you: an analysis of spending data shows differences among people who take cycling classes, practice yoga, do CrossFit, or just hit the gym.

Psychologists are finding that the music you like can reveal a lot about the way your mind works. The mid-workout portion of your playlist is the trickiest, but a key quality to look for is beats per minute (bpm). The higher the bpm, the faster the.

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Some rely on music to get them through the morning commute, while others turn up a favorite playlist to stay pumped during a workout.

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Some rely on music to get them through the morning commute, while others turn up a favourite playlist to stay pumped during a workout.

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• “I have a playlist of music I love that I only let myself listen to when I’m working out.

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But music does more than make your individual workouts more enjoyable.

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Rodale Books,

If music is in the foreground, it needs to fit the workout segment to help with motivation.

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Having my music with me is really motivating.”

“iPod & iTunes For Dummies” by Tony Bove
from iPod & iTunes For Dummies
by Tony Bove
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If it helps with your motivation and confidence, you can create a playlist of music that gets you pumped up—this can really help put you in the zone for your workouts.

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I go to the gym to enjoy the workout, I don’t go in to enjoy the music.

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A dance version of Kanye West’s “Stronger” encourages me to exercise.

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It’s pretty much a no-brainer workout set to awesome music.

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  • I have a mix of Ronnie Coleman screaming “Ain’t nothing but a peanut!” and CT Fletcher yelling “I command you to grow!” and it increases muscle mass by 1500%

  • Love Black Men expressing, the color on the skin is legendary but the way he lives his life is the true testimony of our ancestors ✨

  • LOVE this! Your directioner moves totally brought me back. Great selection of songs, you’re obviously a real fan which i love!! thanks for all the help recently girl, my quarantine body needs to kick back into workout shape and you make it fun AND i sweat more than i do in the gym, soooooo……xoxoxo

  • It sound a bit like old Blondie, like Can’t get you outta my head by Kylie Minogue I’m just RELIEVED that’s it’s our Jessie singing❣️����

  • Workin’ out with Sinatra:’) Great. But i’d go for electronic, fast hard beats music.

    Check those:

    K?D Mortem
    WATEVA Dead!
    Daniele Mondello Destroy
    UAMEE IL-76
    Gopnik McBlyat Snakes in Tracksuits

    I’ll be back if you ask for more 😉

  • This version is WAY better than the other version. The other version is kinda “meh” for me. That’s the magic of this song. If I watched the other version first, I wouldn’t care much. This dancer is simply gorgeous

  • If you had just ONE song you could play when you were working out to get that one last “impossible” rep…what would it be? I don’t care if it’s Vivaldi’s Concerto in G Minor or it’s Five Finger Death Punch, no judging here. Interested to hear what makes Team Athlean tick!

  • I love both electronic and dance, and even tough most of those descriptions were very accurate, it’s just that im not THAT social ��, so what im saying is, this list/video is about 90% accurate not 100%. But it’s ok, alright?

  • I thought the lyric thing wasn’t true as I listen to musical theatre. Then I realized one of my favorite songs Bring on the monsters from the lightning thief now that I think about it is pretty much how I view life I trust a few people and often feel like most people around me are fake or ‘monsters’. Or Heart of stone from Six the musical for awhile I was used by a ‘friend’ and I knew it, but for some reason stuck with the person for years and made excuses because I cared about them “and no it isn’t fair but I don’t care ’cause my love will still be here”

  • I’m love sad songs…
    SONGS:
    Hurts like hell
    Don’t call me Angel
    Paralysed
    Can you hold me?
    So cold
    Tears of an Angel
    And much more…

  • Man, I LOVE THESE SKIT VIDEOS!!! The new one about saying goodby ire too! This fun is funnier for me because I’m a music guy. Love this! Shit is funny as hell! Knew Jesse didn’t have “Rocky” queued up at the end. LMAO.

  • I remember doing deadlifts, all of a sudden, I hear, no joke, “..if I was a boyfriend…”.
    Dude who played it was tiny and can easily be mistaken for an anorexic 12yr old, that started balding from age 7.

  • I was always taught not to listen to music because it cheats you mentally. To keep your eye on the ball in silence can be a true test.

  • Ok,any metal fans out here like where is it and its not the same as Rock
    I agree it’s not but one think I know about metal fans is that

    They despise Pop music

  • … listen. I honestly don’t blv any dude: gay, straight etc could watch that and not feel a lil sompthin sompthin goin on down below. His moves are so seamlessly+fluid=sexy. Awesome video.

  • Yes this was done awhile ago but I’m going to add a comment I love the 80s era. And the dark kind of music like (pink Floyd, nirvanawhen Kurt was the singer, stuff like that

  • My cousin Barbie does like Country music. But it is a smaller group of country. It is calfic country. It is like Country but is somehow worse.

  • Me: refusing to admit that I’m gay
    The lyrics I listen to: they’re so pretty, it hurts, I’m not talking bout boys I’m talking bout girls

  • I dont like listenig to music cause when I do I need to be on beat with my reps, and that’s always either to fast or to slow, what makes me not able to focus on my clean reps. The music in the gym is not that noticeable so I stay focused on the work I do cause Id say I get more out of my quality reps

  • You’re the majority and you have bad taste in music… well damn ��
    You like being different from the majority…True��
    You never skip the anime opening and always make sure to sing along…SO TRUE!!!��
    You want a Korean boyfriend… Idc tbh��

  • Acabo de hacer esta rutina 2 veces, o sea 30 minutos en total!! y te juro que lo re disfrute, en ningún momento quise parar! Me encanto que respetara los pasos de one direction. Hace mas con mas canciones!!!

  • I have an excuse for saying “I Rock” even though rock music isnt my favorite
    P.S. HOW DARE YOU DISRESPECT COUNTRY MUSIC, it gave birth to many incredible songs. One of which being “Pretty Pink Tractor”

  • my pe teacher: since were doing distance learning i want you to follow a 15 minute youtube work out. it can be anything you want.

    me: hmm ok clicks on this

  • I don’t know if the kind of music I listen to could be considered one genre because there are many genres in it if that makes sense at all

  • i can’t even put into words how happy this made me, it motivated me to workout for the first time in literally months. thanks so much!!

  • This is amazing stuff. I love all of your dance workouts. Is there any chance you can incorporate some latin salsa? I’m trying to get my mother into better shape and it’s her favorite genre.

    Keep up the amazing work and thank you for these fun workouts.

  • I listen to a lot of metal… also, “Screamo” is actually metal sub-genres like Metalcore, Deathcore, and all the other heavier sub-genres of metal. Real screamo is stuff like MCR and old 30 seconds to mars.

  • “You can relate to the lyrics”

    The lyrics: 날 스치는 그대의 옅은 그 목소리
    내 이름을 한 번만 더 불러주세요
    얼어버린 노을 아래 멈춰 서있지만
    그대 향해 한 걸음씩 걸어갈래요
    Still with you

    Chicken noodle soupChicken noodle soupChicken noodle soup with a soda on the sideChicken noodle soupChicken noodle soupChicken noodle soup with a soda on the side

    우리는 오렌지 태양 아래
    그림자 없이 함께 춤을 춰
    정해진 이별 따위는 없어
    아름다웠던 그 기억에서 만나
    Forever young

    Hit you with that ddu-du, ddu-du, du(Ah yeah, ah yeah!)

    Yes I understand

  • My favorite music:
    Video Game OST’s (Like Toby Fox’s Undertale/Deltarune soundtrack. I listen to that to sleep.)

    Techno (Bud, the only song I like from that genre is One More Time by Anthony Ramos. I love Anthony Ramos’ songs-)

    Christmas Music (Yup.)

    10 hr things. (Yay-)

  • Me: i Listen to Anime openings
    He: “You never Skip the Anime Opening”
    Me: umhhh ehhh Uhhhh I Always skip the opening…
    10sec later
    FBI OPEN UP

  • Nice analysis you can check my solo project and feel free to review it
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    also on
    instagram.com/hisashi2.0
    cheers

  • My opinion
    Piano:Your a nerd
    Flute:You like holding your breath
    Harp:Your calm
    Guitar:Your funky
    Electric Guitar:You like messy hair
    Xylophone:Your dumb
    Violin:You like the sound of pluck pluck
    Voice:You want to be on the Voice
    Triangle:You like geometry
    Ukulele:You like the pleb version of a guitar

  • I live in East Washington and country is actually pretty popular here. I grew up listening it on the radio, and a lot of it is pretty good. Well, it was up until about five years ago, that is.
    The best thing about country for me is how easy it is to sing along to it.
    Nowadays though, metal is where it’s at. Except thrash metal; I can’t get into that.

  • I definitely think music is linked with personality but there is no specific trait related to a single genre. I just don’t know which trait has a stronger correlation, which is moderate, weak, and no correlation. With regards to personality, you know you have these well-defined traits but those traits don’t describe you as a whole. I like classical and some types of rock… i’ve listened to all types of genres, but I just can’t enjoy all of it. I might find new things eye-opening for a little then i go back to what i like…Take jazz for instance, i just can never get used to jazz

  • “indie”

    “you’re an asshole, a shitty normie who foumd indie pop on tiktok and now you listen to tessa violet, Cavetown and chloe moriondo.”

    I went trough an indie phase
    I found Cavetown on spotify and i only listened to his songs for almost a year, now i listen to emo. I still love cavetoen kinda

  • Top 5 metal bands to listen for each weight:
    You’re starting, not so much:
    5ac/dc
    4Van Halen
    3Iron Maiden
    2Black Sabbath
    1Judas Priest

    I’m making progress:
    5Metallica
    4Slipknot
    3Pantera
    2Lamb of God
    1Revocation

    IM GOING TO LIFT THE GYM:
    5GOJIRA
    4DEATH
    3MORBID ANGEL
    2ARCHSPIRE
    1MESHUGGAH

  • I’m a manic depressive, I start every workout with slow sad stuff and it’s counter intuitive but it’s the most consist motivator for me. Built to spill

  • Any music that is made by other countries:I really knew those ones

    Cumbia:maybe Peru,Mexico,Latin America
    Unknown funk type:Brazil
    Hardbass:Russia
    Eurobeat (still edm):Europe or Japan

    What it says about you

  • I like K-pop and Sad music and Love music. my mom and dad tell me to stop with BTS TXT and Love music and sad music they say it not good for me But that the music I like.

  • “You relate to the lyrics”
    The lyrics: Oh, you think ya big, boy, throwing three stacks?
    I’ma show you how to ball, you a mismatch
    Opinionated, but I’m always spitting straight facts
    Throw it back, I might throw this on an eight-track

  • What if I like basically everything except indie rock? (Ok not everything but everything they mentioned in the video except like most modern country)

  • “you relate to the lyrics”

    The lyrics: HIT EM RIGHT BETWEEN THE EYES HIT EM RIGHT BETWEEN THE EYES WHEN YOU WALK AWAY NOTHIN MORE TO SAY

    me: um…am I ok?

  • I play harmonicas. Playing gives me a natural high that is unique. (I’d ‘tag’ the bit on the video about playing an instrument, if I knew how and what a tag is, but I’m a tech challenged senior)
    I really appreciate and enjoy
    Psch2go, & find it very helpful, especially during this whole pandemic journey.

  • Working out is almost the only time I stop listening to music. I get too concentrated on the music and forget to focus on workout and start having breaks for the music, might start playing guitar to it. Gotta stop the music to get the workout focusedly done. But otherwise it could be Scorpions. For example Don’t Stop at the Top.

  • Jazz people: creative and have iq
    Pop people: extroverted and honest
    Rap people: outgoing
    Country people: tough and hardworking
    Metal people:

    introverted and suffer from an identity crisis and low self esteem and have frequent suicidal thoughts and question the meaning of life and chooses to rebel from the laws of their nation’s ideologies.

  • “You can relate to the lyrics”
    Me:
    “WONHAE MONEY MONEY YAH”
    “DASHI RUN RUN RUN”
    “FALL EVERYTHING FALL EVERYTHING”
    “SO SHOW ME”
    “MOANA SAVE ME IF Y`ALL WANT SOME KESO(KESO)”
    “WERE CATCHING SOME MILK”
    “WHEN I WAKE UP IN MY ROOM ROOM”
    “DID YOU SEE MY BAG”
    Were are my fellow kpop fans at?, especially my CO-ARMYS!?

  • I’m rly introverted but omg ��

    Michael jackson ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������

    His come together version *cough * and������ the thriller era,,, and the bad era ������ I-

    I wasn’t born in those times BUT OMG it’s just,,, I love the 80s,, such great times I bet ��

  • I prefer to play my electric guitar, and write my own lyrics of rebellion, but i have a hard time putting the 2 passions together, even though i listen to a bunch of Hollywood undead and similarly themed music. Any idea why this is?

  • I hope everyone in the comment section realizes that metal belongs to rock since that’s where it came from. After all what she said about rock applies to most metalheads

  • “you can relate to a lyrics”

    The lyrics:Eight years old and he’s kicking and screaming

    “I’ll only go to school if you give me a reason

    The kids are really mean and I already know

    All the things they’re teaching”

    Hopped in the car, mama let him play hookey

    Missed the first hour just to get a cup of coffee

    She’s the only one who saw who he was

    No one else could read him

    Showing up late but he makes it to class

    Just to stare out the window and the clock in the back

    He daydreamed away to a sky so gray

    Everything’s simple, it’s driving him mental

    Wishing everyday that something would change

    Instead his dad makes him play ball by the bay

    And every time he cries, father rolls his eyes, saying

    “Son it’s all your fault, how come you never try?”

    He does all that he should

    Why is he misunderstood?

  • I love classical music. The music is so relaxing. It also improves sleeping and reduces my stress. I feel comfortable and open with myself.

  • If a homophobe tells you he can’t imagine a guy being attracted to another guy just show them this video. I swear I forgot women existed watching this

  • This video has offended me and the middle community by not showing us you will be punished for this you can either choose get a very obnoxious letter or be put in the meatgrinder

  • I love to dance but this isn’t the kind of music that makes me want to get up and move. I’ll skip this one and go to one of your other workouts ��

  • I listen post-rock without lycris,orginal rock (mostly sad) modern 21th century classical music like Einaudi,Tiersen so on. I am keen on instrumental music because i think music without lycris is like a empty page that you can fill with your story.

  • I’ve gone away from music. But when something comes on that I like it does help. Plus, I’ll use music as a way to time train. I’ll do something until the songs over.

  • Im an introvert and a portrait Artist but I love pop music i dont think this is not about the genre its about the lyrics and the melody i also listen to country, rock, hiphop and Funk so this video makes me quite confused

  • “You can relate the lyrics”

    The lyrics: pito pato milo mila taka tiki poulet tika cepa lajoi demitoka lana moule macarena pao lettus pabo pati mele cepa maka gusta mami lebel mela moustache ella pika muchaa

  • I don’t really know what genre it would be, but I really love Cavetown songs. They’re just really good. This is Home is my favorite.

  • I like a lot of these, I don’t have a favourite, but I disagree with Nightcore
    It should be “You condone or actively partake in the theft of other people’s music just to speed it up by 250% in Audacity and call it your own.”

    you guys need to accept the reality that nightcore is not an actual music genre. the songs that are sped up are already in a genre. Nightcore is the equivalent of animation. “it’s not a genre, it’s an art form.” But most nightcore songs are still stolen because they never were given permission to speed up and reupload the song. That’s like copying an entire book that’s already been published, changing the font, and then submitting it as your own original work because you typed it in Lucinda Calligraphy rather than Times New Roman. You’re literally doing NOTHING to change the content.

  • I love pop but a lot of flaws are in that for me and I like rock but am the opposite also I like electronic,rap and 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.1 percent like kpop

  • “Country music: Nobody likes it right?”

    Literally everyone in my state: Vibes to country music all day

    Personally I like country a lot because it’s literally pop but with a subtle accent. But I like Vocaloid more:333

  • um, I listen to pop music low-fi and “goth” as my family says, but not just in English…(random Japanese and Russian pop music plays,)for some reason all the Russian pop has a lot of bass tho

  • This Dude needs to Win an Oscar after this shit!!! Talk about—FULL COOPERATION IN THE MAKING! Very Comfortable in Skin. This is what Professionalism looks like. ��������������. Respect!

  • Progressive metal: the most flexible genre of music with endless musical experimentation and creativity and has limitless boundaries…can inspire from any other genres ����

  • HAPPY FRIDAY!! I’m SO stoked to finally be able to share this one with you guys! ����Where’s all my directioners at?? I’ve been a huge fan since the very beginning! This was so much fun to create and perform. Hope you enjoy! ❤️

  • Am I the only one who love and listen to all types of Music?..Instrumental, Rock, Pop, Metal, EDM, Classic, Country Music, Gospel, Music/Songs in every country, Music/Songs in every Era and etc….So what am I?

  • what about latino, arabic, persian, turkish, afrobeats african, native american tribal, folk, celtic, etc -with everything else missed music? What does that say about one’s personality?

  • After this video other girls TRIED to attempt at making a 1D workout vid and NO ONE can compete with MadFit’s. Like the fact that she even included dances from the boys shows how passionate she was about filming and creating the workouts. Love u MadFit����������

  • I love jazz, Im pretty young, but music fits in with any age, my fav singer is a jazz singer (kind of) The one and only Amy winehouse!:)

  • I listen to a lot of music ranging from old school hip hop to rock and metal and I even like some old school pop music like Michael Jackson and some classical music (mostly symphonies). But when I workout, I have to listen to the heaviest music I have, so it is mostly metal music when working out. I recommend Panic Attack by Dream Theater

  • Piano: You’re an Asian kid who was forced to learn it at a young age
    Me: well I’m an asian kid and started learning piano at the age of 4 because my grandma (mum’s side) bought my mum a piano when she was 15. it’s already 30 anniversary for my piano. And yes, I’ve never seen mah grandma (mum’s side YUS) before…SHE DIED AFTER MAH MUM’S MARRIAGE. And so my mum wants me to keep the piano so uhh I am learning piano.

  • I can listen to hard music or I can listen to chill ass music it don’t really matter to me…sometimes working out in silence can make the workout draaaaaag on forever…I already got enough motivation I just need entertainment ����

  • i actually thought for the drums are
    Drums: You are tired of using your finger like Ritsu
    and for the violin it’s
    Violin: You like Kaori (cause she uses violin I think)

  • This man included cat piano and 15 string instruments but not French horn, euphonium/baritone, or bassoon?? Or marching percussion?

  • I watched this because I thought my asian self was gonna be enlightened when piano came. But 30 seconds in I was faced with the sad sad truth.