It is essential to pay attention to the tempo of your music to improve your workout. You want to choose the music tempo, or BPM (beats per minute), to match your intended heart rate to motivate you (via Cnet). For example, for HIIT workouts, you want music with 140 to 180 BPM, and for stable cardio, choose music with 120 to 140 BPM. When you listen to high-tempo music, you are more likely to experience the highest heart rate and think that the exercise is not too difficult compared to when you are not listening to music or slower songs (through Health line). Who knew your love of exercise would trick your mind so easily?
Science every day also shared that when people listen to high-intensity music, they get better exercise benefits because they don’t think they should exercise harder and exercise longer. They add that the benefits of high-tempo music are more common in more difficult exercises like weightlifting than walking, although walking is still great for those really hate working.
Furthermore, according to CNNListening to music can boost your mood, inspire and make you temporarily forget about fatigue, so you tend to work out better and longer. Ready to add some Beyoncé to your Spotify playlist to rock your next sweat session?
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