This Week’s Best Music Playlist for Strength Training
Music is an excellent accompaniment to a work-out; and the right songs can keep you motivated and pumped up. Different people have different preferences and many simply have a go-to list that they play every time they pick up a dumbbell. However, if you just stick to one list, you’ll miss out on songs and tunes that have just been released and would work well for you. At NeoJDX, we’ve put together a small list of latest tracks that would be the best playlist of strength training this week.
- This is What You Came For – Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna
You might’ve heard this song already because it has been making the rounds. It’s on virtually every playlist you can find, and that’s not surprising. DJ Calvin Harris’ ability to mix vocals from Rihanna (and Taylor Swift if rumors are right) makes this a very catchy tune. You’ll be nodding your head along even as you pump iron in the gym.
- Panda – Desiigner
This is a relatively unknown artist emerging from the New York music scene but once you listen to Panda, you’ll itch to have the song on your playlist. The song might not make much sense but the tune is just what you expect from a workout song.
- Heathens – Twenty One Pilots
Suicide Squad is a highly anticipated movie with excellent actors and concept. People have been waiting for those characters to come to life on the big screen for ages. Needless to say, any music associated with it would be epic, hard-hitting, and deep. Heathens from Twenty One Pilots will get you angry and determined. It’s an excellent way to get motivated for your workout when your body is just about to give up. All you need is a pair of excellent wireless earbuds to do the music justice.
- Sucker For Pain – Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, and Imagine Dragons with Logic and Ty Dolla Sign ft. X Ambassadors
Sucker For Pain is another Suicide Squad based track that nails the note of the movie perfectly. The combination of Imagine Dragons, Lil Wayne, and Wiz Khalifa has created excellent workout music. Even the lyrics just keep encouraging you to look beyond the exhaustion that comes from training and keep going. This is also an excellent track to pick you up when you’re reaching the tail end of your rep goals.
- Sledgehammer – Rihanna
From Suicide Squad, we move to the soundtrack from Star Trek Beyond. It’s excellent for just winding down your routine because there’s nothing quite equal to Rihanna’s deep, unique voice. This is a power ballad so the music swells around you, especially if you have a great pair of Bluetooth headphones like Wingz or Triumph on your ears.
At NeoJDX, we always encourage our customers to try new things and explore new music. Our product range is a representation of that. You can contact us through this form to know more about Wingz and Triumph, so don’t hesitate to get in touch!
This Week’s Best Music Playlist For Running
There’s something very magical about the combination of running with music. Your body is stimulated and filled with adrenalin from the exercise while your mind is floating, completely immersed in music and free of distracting or stressful thoughts. This is one of the few moments of peace we can experience in our modern, busy lifestyle. Most people have a fixed running playlist full of familiar tunes that motivate them but it’s a good idea to switch things up a bit. Here is our list of this week’s best music for running:
#1.Avicii – Wake Me Up
What better way to start your running with a song that actually contains the words ‘wake me up’? This song is quite powerful and starts strong from the first note. The music is very uplifting throughout, and consistent enough to help you establish a pace at running so it’s a good song to start with.
#2. Martin Garrix – Animals
Animals has a beat that you just can’t stop nodding your head to. It’s excellent running music because it’s lively and energetic. It brings crowded concrete ground and loud party music to mind, and still helps you focus and run. It’s a grand, larger-than-life beat that would make you feel powerful and motivated.
#3. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive
Radioactive has to have been on your running playlist at least once. This gritty, heavy song motivates you to persevere, see past the aches and pains of running, and keep at it. The beat of those deep drums and the chorus is enough to get your blood pumping.
#4. David Guetta Ft. Sia – Titanium
This is another running anthem and you should play it just as you start reaching the peak of your endurance. The long belts and Sia’s wonderful voice will give you all the motivation you need to see past your tiredness and reach your goal. Titanium will set the right mood for your run.
#5. Steve Aoki – Rage the Night Away
Steve Aoki makes excellent music, especially for runners; and Rage the Night Away is an excellent example of this. The music is energetic, gritty, and fast-paced; so it will encourage you to go faster and push yourself a little more.
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You can also include Bon Jovi’s Livin’ On a Prayer, LMFAO’s Party Rock, Coldplay’s Yellow, Christina Aguilera’s Ain’t No Other, Gorillaz’s Feel Good in your playlist. Just for kicks, try listening to Largo al Factotum because that’ll definitely get you grinning and motivated for your run.
About Wingz Headphones
If you truly want to enjoy music while you run, you need the right pair of headphones and for that we recommend our Wingz headphones. Our experts at Neojdx created them after consulting with avid runners and professionals so you can be confident that they are ideal for running and other such rigorous exercises.
They’re wireless with great connectivity and clear sound, come in a variety of colors, are weather-resistant, and have a deep bass. Wingz also have active adaptive sound insulation that will read your surroundings with a built-in mic and provide the best isolation possible. You can contact us through this form to know more, so don’t hesitate and keep running!