Created by Professor Peter Terry, who has worked with Olympic class athletes in the UK and Australia over the past 28 years these tracks will help you train longer and harder as well as relaxing properly during your cool down.
Running, cycling, rowing – the key is to match the tempo of the music to your stride, pedal rate, etc. Choose songs with a strong, regular beat, and lyrics that inspire you. Many exercisers prefer songs in the 125-140 bpm.- Moves like Jagger by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera (128 bpm)
- I'm sexy and I know it by LMFAO (130 bpm)
- We found love by Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris (126 bpm)
- On the floor by Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull (130 bpm)
- Match the music to your activity
- Consider music that creates motivation images in your mind.
- Match the tempo of the music to your expected heart rate during your training session
- Choose music that contains positive sayings, such as “keep on running” or “I believe”
- Come Together by The Beatles (84 bpm)
- Don’t look back in anger by Oasis (82 bpm)
- Let there be rock by AC/DC (91 bpm)
- I predict a riot by Kaiser Chiefs (80 bpm)
- My friends by Red Hot Chilli Peppers (82 bpm)
- Body Language by Jesse McCartney (81 bpm)
Cool down after run/training
- Orinoco flow by Enya, especially (115 bpm),
- Return to innocence by Enigma (88 bpm),
- Lifted by the Lighthouse Family (98 bpm)Professor Terry worked with the Mizone Zone Lab experiment to create exclusive tracks that aims to enhance your exercise experience. His research has been brought to life by Mizone and four musicians: New Navy, HookNSling, Jono Ma and Nick Wales. Visit Mizonemusic.com.au for more details.