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Tracks for the Gym

post #1 of 8
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Hey Guys

am looking for music, fast music that i can listen to while am exercising in the Gym.

till yet, i've found Magnetic man's Getting Nowhere, and Mad.

please add your list

post #2 of 8

My personal favorite track for the gym is Till I Collapse by Eminem. 

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post #4 of 8

Most of my treadmill time (which I haven't seen much of, admittedly) I spend listening to a drum track which was used at King's Island for their attraction, "Tomb Raider: the Ride."  I've been looking again for the artist's web site, but I've been unable to find it again to point you at it.


If I find it, I'll pass it along.  I'ts only about a minute long, but I just have it repeat, and I'm usually pleased.

post #5 of 8

I posted this list in a thread with a similar topic:



Marilyn Manson - none of his new crap, get the best of album (lest we forget), Drowning pool - first album, slipknot, dope, AC/DC, NIN, sick puppies, apocalyptica, the cult, filter, korn, limp bizkit, linkin park, My chemical romance, sevendust, system of a down, Monster Magnet, The White Strips  



BT,David Guetta, DJ Tiesto, Fatboy slim, Hybrid, Mark Ronson, Paul Okenfold, Pendulum, chemical brothers, Inner Party System  


These are some of the artist I have on my workout playlist.  I find that when lifting weights, I tend to listen to the harder music (gets me psyched) but when doing cardio I like the techno (constant beat to pace myself).


Whether it be only 1 song or 50 songs from an artist, I only put the songs that truely inspire and pump me up on my playlist.

post #6 of 8

Thriller, the whole album is gym music for me.

post #7 of 8

I usually like violent music for the gym because it keeps me going, especially if it's on a bag.


A few in particular...


Freestylers - Painkiller (NOISIA Mix)

Evol Intent - Era of Diversion (Most of the album)


Some of Spor's stuff...Stuff like that. Basically, dirty & angry DnB. 

post #8 of 8

As juvenile as it is, when I'm lifting I'm usually listening to one of four records. Those are: Excoriate - ...On Pestilent Winds, Destroyer 666 - Unchain the Wolves, Destroyer 666 - Defiance, and Tribulation - The Horror. Blackened thrash and old school death metal work for me at the gym. Whether they work for you is entirely your choice.

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