According to the latest research, training with cool music can give you up to 42% performance boost. Well, OK, I made this up, but in my experience, this statement is true. Training with proper music makes all exercises ridiculously easier. You just feel pumped up and can do much more than usual. With right music, you can achieve that state of being unstoppable.
Of course, if you are some kind of a monk and you despise anything but training in silence, then you will find nothing useful in this article. However, if you like to train with music but struggling to find a proper soundtrack to your diesel gains, then you are in a right place, my friend. Let me give you some options (in no particular order).
Here We Go
1. AC/DC – Highway to Hell
2. KEN Mode – No; I’m in Control
3. Led Zeppelin – How Many More Times?
4. Kyuss – Hurricane
5. Moderat – Bad Kingdom
6. Every Time I Die – El Dorado
7. Deftones – You’ve Seen the Butcher
8. Time to Burn – Nayeli
9. Led Zeppelin – When the Levee Breaks
10. Massive Attack – Angel
11. Neurosis – Locust Star
12. Nirvana – School
13. AC/DC – Are You Ready?
14. Ultraista – Smalltalk (Four Tet Remix)
15. The Chariot – Evan Perks
16. Desert Sessions – In My Head… or Something
17. TV on the Radio – DLZ
18. Rosetta – Ayil
19. The Dillinger Escape Plan – Phone Home
20. Limp Bizkit – Take a Look Around
21. Melvins – A History of Bad Men
22. Moderat – Rusty Nails
23. Every Time I Die – The New Black
24. Mastodon – Blood and Thunder
25. Neurosis – Times of Grace
26. Chickenhawk – Kerosene
27. Oxbow – Sawmill
28. Fatboy Slim – Right Here, Right Now
29. Botch – Japam
30. Limp Bizkit – My Way
31. Radiohead – Lotus Flower
32. Knut – Wyriwys
33. Apparat – Limelight
34. Tom Waits – Goin’ Out West
35. Every Time I Die – Decayin’ with the Boys
36. KEN Mode – Counter Culture Complex
37. The Chariot – The City
38. Nirvana – Milk It
39. (hed) P.E. – Bartender
40. Narrows – Under the Guillotine
41. Alice in Chains – Would?
42. Rosetta – Wake
43. Burial – Archangel
44. Fidlar – Cheap Beer
45. Killradio – Raised on Whipped Cream
46. Deftones – Diamond Eyes
47. Morphine – Thursday
48. Mastodon – The Motherload
49. Jon Hopkins – Open Eye Signal
50. Harley’s War – Skarred 4 Life
51. Fidlar – Stoked and Broke
52. Botch – Saint Matthew Returns to the Womb
53. Cancer Bats – Sabotage
54. Modeselektor – Berlin
55. Motorhead – No Class
56. Mastodon – Ember City
57. LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out
58. Weedeater – God Luck and Good Speed
59. The Dillinger Escape Plan – Gold Teeth on a Bum
60. Bongzilla – Greenthumb
61. Every Time I Die – Roman Holiday
62. AC/DC – Thunderstruck
63. stonefromthesky – Irreversible (of course, I couldn’t leave this article without shameless self-advertising)
This list could be 100 times bigger easily. It took a reasonable amount of self-control to narrow it down to 63 songs. I hope you’ve found something cool for yourself. By this point, you should be fucking pumped up to get those gains. So, waste no time.
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