Regarding music and lifting weights

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Regarding music and lifting weights

Postby Trytter » Sat May 08, 2004 11:00 am

Just wanted to give a little tip about music when you workout.
Beethovens ninth while squatting gives a whole new perspective on life :mrgreen:
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Postby xTommyx » Mon May 10, 2004 7:46 am

Manowar helps me enough thank you :twisted:
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Re: Regarding music and lifting weights

Postby Blaz » Mon May 10, 2004 9:07 am

[quote="Trytter"]Beethovens ninth

Is that so? For me, Beethoven relaxes me, except Eroica that makes me tense. Neither is good for squatting :) . I prefer classical music at home, studying, and Apocalyptica, for example, at the gym :mrgreen: . I have problems wearing a walkman - my headset get so very wet!

Radio music that is played at the gym really annoys me :x - what should i wear to listen to my music (not getting wet, not falling down all the time...) ? Thanks, Blaz
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