Rhythmic music for training

To have the opportunity to diversify their classes and set the necessary pace for training, then this requires a rhythmic music. To properly choose the tracks you need to consider the type of training.

When selecting music, consider that the lesson should consist of a warm-up , the main part and a hitch. To warm up the composition should be at a moderate pace, and for a hitching more calm and relaxing. Training to music does not allow you to think about fatigue, which means that the lesson will be more effective.

Examples of beautiful rhythmic music:

  1. The Black Eyed Peas - Do not Stop the Party;
  2. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Heads Will Roll;
  3. DJ Gollum Vs. Empyre One - The Bad Touch;
  4. dj Magnit & dj Slider - Slam Radioshow;
  5. Playmen feat. Demy - Fallin (Record Mix);
  6. Amelia Lily - You Bring Me Joy;
  7. La Chris - Dirty Girl (Original Mix Edit);
  8. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj and FloRida - Where Them Girls At;
  9. Danny Suko & Denny Crane feat. Tommy Clint - Kill It On The Floor;
  10. David Guetta & Cris Willis Vs. Tocadisco - Tomorrow Can not Wait;
  11. Britney Spears - Work Bitch (DJ KIIL Juice is Good Mix).

Rhythmic music for aerobics is different from the usual, because it must have special inserts and musical squares. For aerobics, it is very important to choose the right music, because without it, training will be very boring and monotonous. When selecting tracks, consider your taste.

Rhythmic music for fitness should alternate with more relaxed tracks, for rest and breaks. Many instructors argue that if the music is picked up correctly, the lesson can last long enough, about 1.5 hours. Rhythmic music for sports should be without pauses. Choose a pace so that it roughly coincides with the heart rhythm, otherwise you will be strayed.