Songs that will help you run faster

In fact, Dr. Costas Karageorghis of Brunel University, London, told TIME Magazine that listening to music can result in a more intense workout and improve endurance by up to 15 percent. Karageorghis also shared how to chose the best workout music. Apparently, you should choose a song that builds up to the same BPM as your target heart rate, with the target range between 120-140 BPM. You should also make sure that the songs have a positive or motivational messages and keep your iPod on shuffle so you don’t get bored of your playlists.
Dr. Costas Karageorghis’ song suggestions:
“Eye Of The Tiger” (109 BPM), Surivior
“Don’t Stop Me Now” (154 BPM), Queen
“Beat It” (139 BPM), Michael Jackson
“I Like To Move It” (123 BPM), Reel 2 Real feat. The Mad Stuntman
“Push It” (130 BPM), Salt-N-Pepa
My song suggestions:
“Rock That Body” (125 BPM), Black Eyed Peas
“Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)” (128 BPM), Flo Rida
“Here It Goes Again” (146 BPM), O.K. Go
“Feel It” (133 BPM), Tiesto
“Pop That” (138), French Montana

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