The version of Internet Explorer that you are using is outdated and not officially supported by this site. We heavily suggest upgrading to a more modern browser using one of these links: Firefox, IE, Opera, Safari or Google Chrome. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact us.
Currently, you have Javascript disabled. Many of the features on this site require Javascript in order to function. It is highly recommended for you to enable Javascript in order to use this site to its fullest. For more info, please contact us.
The Ax Forum
Muay Thai & Kickboxing Forum Mixed Martial Arts Forum Boxing Forum Fight Training Forum Off Topic Forum
Help Center Forum Rules New Account Registration
Posted: 2013-01-22 03:59:06
Training music, anybody got any good training music, a track list would be helpful?
Posted: 2013-01-22 12:49:20
Anything by Pendulum. Anything by Killswitch Engage if you want metal.
Posted: 2013-01-23 15:56:27
Thanks, I expected more interest in this topic, I can't use 'YouTube' because when you ask for workout training music its always a picture of a bird in a bikini laying on a rappers yacht and then some high energy popper sniffing gay like music just drones on and on, or its some pic of a steroid freak lifting weights in a gym and some music from the film 300, I need help, Ive got tracks like Wu-Tang Clan Gravel Pit,Ghostface killah 'The Champ',2Fast 2 Furious 'Pump it up' but im getting bored of it now.
Posted: 2013-01-25 07:54:35
Found a few tracks I like Drowning pool- 'Let the bodies hit the floor', Saliva - 'Click,click,boom', Limp bizkit 'Break Stuff' if anyone can come up with others much appreciated.
Posted: 2013-01-25 17:44:23
The issue is, those have all been done a million times before. Theres been a couple threads like this before as well, which might be why folk aren't responding.

Try listening to some Blue Stahli, and some Celldweller - theres a lot of naff stuff, but some training gold in there. Same with Hadouken!
Posted: 2013-01-25 18:52:49
Oh ok, I found Blue Stahil about 9 months ago and played it in my car on a loop to the point I started thinking about driving head first into pedestrians as it had become so monotonous so I dont play it anymore but your right a couple of tracks are really good, I didnt know there were threads on here about music I will have to dig a little deeper, im so self absorbed I forgot others might have already travelled this path before me.

Posted: 2013-01-26 09:32:25
lol no worries dude. Tbh, they dont get much response anyway, folks on here aint down with the kids enough to talk much about music haha
Posted: 2013-01-26 12:41:30
EPMD's greatest hits all the way baby!!!!
Posted: 2013-02-01 09:24:55
mostly Pantera and Prodigy usually does the trick good for listening to on the bike too
Posted: 2013-02-06 03:02:30
Surely it depends what type of training your doing and your Heat Rate & Pace required; e.g. running (medium), skipping (changing), weight-loss (slow & calm) etc.

I used to use a Versa-climber so wanted a High and consistent BPM (think Techno/rave shite)
Create Playlists on your iPod for different BPM/Training types.

There is an small PC App called 'MixMeister BPM analyser' which will go through your iTunes (or any) folder, analyse the tune and record the BPM field within the files attributes.
It is very easy to use - just point it to the tunes folder and leave it to run.
Posted: 2013-02-08 19:00:44
totally true - if im jogging or doing light pads or something I want to be relaxed to, I wont be listening to slayer lol
Posted: 2013-02-11 15:02:59
pumped up session: pantera and prodigy (nice one tat2)

chilled session: bob marley
Javascript is disabled in your browser. Please turn on Javascript to post messages.
Post your message
Name: Forget your password?
Password: Save password
Attach Picture:
Link to picture:

Create Topic

Password: Forget your password?
Topic name:
Create in:

Search Forum

Search topics for keywords: