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Old 01-Jan-07, 06:56 PM   #1
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Music You Listen To In The Gym...

Hey all, just wondered what you have on your iPod or whatever in the gym....?

Mines stacked with metal, like:
Slipknot
Stone Sour
Static X
Iron Maiden
System of a Down
Rammstein

Get a killer workout whilst listening to this stuff....
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Old 01-Jan-07, 07:03 PM   #2
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That sound pretty good. I used to be seriously into metal so some of that I'm familiar with. I have children so the other stuff...I've heard.

Now that I'm older, I mostly listen to '80s soft rock. Not helpful in the gym. So I mostly just enjoy the clanking of iron and steel.
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Old 01-Jan-07, 07:15 PM   #3
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Old 03-Jan-07, 02:58 PM   #4
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i prefer more hip hop, some classics from dr dre, biggie, etc do the trick for me
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Old 04-Jan-07, 06:58 PM   #5
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Hey all, just wondered what you have on your iPod or whatever in the gym....?

Mines stacked with metal, like:
Slipknot
Stone Sour
Static X
Iron Maiden
System of a Down
Rammstein

Get a killer workout whilst listening to this stuff....
I love listneing to some Slipknot or SOAD too...especially Slipknot, that stuff gets you p-u-m-p-e-d haha. I also like listenin to some of the angrier Eminem songs.. I absolutley love Eminem's Music. A couple other ones are Limp Bizkit, AudioSlave, Korn, RHCP, Mogwai(the angrier stuff), Stepa, Staind, theres more but I cant remember right now. Anyways thats usually the stuff I listen too while workin out or just chillin.
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Old 05-Jan-07, 08:48 AM   #6
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Cool!

I forgot Black Label Society.... they 0wn
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Old 07-Jan-07, 12:10 AM   #7
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When I take my MP3 player, I listen to Eminem, Dr. Dre., and some Limp Bizkit as well.
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Old 07-Jan-07, 01:20 PM   #8
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I thought already you liked rammstein when I saw your avatar. Remember when I first saw them play live in 1996 at the Zillo festival. It was just great fun.

At the moment I do not listen to music when working out as I have no stereoset in the garage. But when I had one I would use the music for the kind of work to do. That would mean, when I was stretching I would use some easy music that calms me down (eg, arcana, sopor aeternus, etc) and for the cardio, kicking, strength etc I would use music that gets me going. That can be EBM (like suicide commando, front 242 etc) or industrial music (TMLHBAC, blutharsch, ordo equilibrio etc) or the maschinenfest industrial (like sonar, monolith, dive, winterkälte etc).

But now I prefer silence when working out and just concentrate.
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But now I prefer silence when working out and just concentrate.
Zen like, brother!
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Old 08-Jan-07, 12:58 PM   #10
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hahaha, hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I feel nothing hahaha

By the way, Have you heard the völkerball cd already from rammstein?
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Old 08-Jan-07, 02:04 PM   #11
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Yea, got the special edition DVD set, rocks man! They should be working on a new album this year... Wonder what that will sound like?
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Old 09-Jan-07, 08:07 PM   #12
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Definite lifting music is Marilyn Manson...unfortunately I have no MP3 player so I just use it to get pumped up sometimes. I'm surprised no one else mentioned him. My gym plays the radio. It's usually soft rock and makes me tired.
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Old 09-Jan-07, 10:55 PM   #13
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Old 10-Jan-07, 03:28 AM   #14
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Definite lifting music is Marilyn Manson...unfortunately I have no MP3 player so I just use it to get pumped up sometimes. I'm surprised no one else mentioned him. My gym plays the radio. It's usually soft rock and makes me tired.
He is v.cool, I have all his albums although I gotta admit, I lost a bit of interest when Golden Age of Grotesque was released... For me, he went to commercial and the strength he put in his lyrics in his earlier work has gone man!

I forgot to mention, Slayer, Nightwish, Rob Zombie, Draconian and Gun n' roses!
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