I run under the Companion group, mostly. Or for something similar, Teror, BROKEN FIST, Madball and other similar hardcore.
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Apple Music has very high quality playlists for sports. In particular, there are running playlists from Nike . I strongly advise you to start your run with the track DJ Shadow - Border Crossing , a charge of energy for the whole distance 😃
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Who wants to feel like a hot Spaniard? I run to Makina - a fun melodic techno from Spain. It is very convenient, because the beat is even (straight barrel) and you can easily adjust your legs under it, it is impossible to stop. Playlist (watch out, it's addictive):
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2. Digital - Take_Off
5. Xavi Metralla - 99 Luftballoons
As a person who has been involved in athletics for 8 years, I can express the opinion of the majority of athletes.
Looking ahead, if someone says it's better to run with soothing music, then know that these people have shit instead of brains.
By far the best running music is techno , or any similar genres. My brother preferred rap, arguing his choice with a quality beat in them.
Different genres may be suitable. For example, at one time in my playlist there were a couple of songs in the rock genre (the age when they are crazy about rock). Group SOAD, compositions, alas, I don’t remember.
The formula of an ideal song for running is an atmospheric minus and an explosion somewhere in the middle.
For running (and for rocking too), Drum and Bas s music suits me perfectly, especially its Neurofunk and Techstep subgenres. Since collecting a playlist by tracks is a task that quickly gets boring - I listen to mixes. Their bonus is that good mixing of tracks is often no less enjoyable than the tracks themselves.
For those who have not listened to this, I recommend starting with some vocal mixes from YouTube (search by keys: dnb, vocal, mainstream, mix ).
For the guys who love the heavier: all episodes of the Neuropunk podcast. If the first releases seem too dark to you, start from ~ 20, but this way you risk losing the thrill of listening to old-school tracks.
I try to maintain a constant rhythm. For example, from 128 to 130 beats per minute and I think this is very suitable for sports. The compositions are also selected by key and mood.
My playlist looks like this:
Mr. Oizo ft. Boys Noise - Ruhe
JDG - Six Deep
Destructo & Wax Motif ft. Pusha T & Starrah - Catching Plays (Will Clarke Remix)
Mickey & Malika - Harlem
Cookie Crumbles - Where Are You Now
The secret of my great energy boost during training is an epic playlist. Take the track from which you are already rushing and add dupstep remix in the search bar. Sometimes it's pretty funny, for example:
Britney Spears - Womanizer (DJ_UrtenOFF dubstep remix)
AC_DC - TNT (Dub Step - Remix)
Muse - Feeling good (dubstep remix)
Justin Timberlake - Cry Me A River (Deficio Trap Remix)
Valery Meladze - Sera (Mage Remix)
I usually listen to megamixes, electronic or electro-rock genre, here is the list:
Pendulum - Mix [Extended 2014 Edition]
Zardonic - Industrial House (2015 Studio Mix)
The Glitch Mob – Drive Thru [Best of TGM MegaMix]
I'm just looking for tracks from Les Mills programs
playlists can be found here:
Usually I listen to songs on repeat for one beat, but sometimes I combine them into a playlist.
Bloc Party - Positive Tension
Twisted Sister - I Wanna Rock
James Blunt - Working It Out
System of A Down - Fuck The System
SLUTEVER - No Offense
Tom Player - Elaina's Theme
Walk The Moon - Work This Body
I will share a small part of it:
Veto - It's A Test pt. 2
Oxxxymiron - Ivory Tower
Ivan Reys x Stinie Whiz - Time Is Up
The Killers - Somebody Told Me
Yelawolf - Best Friend (feat. Eminem)
Ill Factor - Champion Sound
Yelawolf - Till It's Gone
Hypnogaja - Static