WHAT’S THE BEST MUSIC FOR WORKING OUT?

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24 comments
  1. Fernando Alvarado / October 28, 2015

    RnB for that testosterone boost

  2. Ken Otieno / January 14, 2016

    ODESZA, Flume, Hippie Sabotage, Louis the Child, etc.

  3. TBSpromotions / January 27, 2016

    lol Deadmau5 has the heaviest drops

    • r4ndomn4me / February 15, 2016

      +TBSpromotions i had to laugh at that part

  4. Josh Estipona / January 29, 2016

    I listen to metal, hard rock, hard blues, and sometimes heavy rap music. I
    go to a very dark place in my mind man lol

    • brokeskull616 / May 26, 2016

      Try out gangsters and thugs by suave smooth & whutcha gonna do by shyne or
      vica versa by pastor troy nor debo the game by sticky fingaz …won’t
      regret it

  5. Horeisland / January 31, 2016

    I usually listen to death metal in the gym.

    • Brian Thomas / February 19, 2016

      Black Dahlia, Faceless, and Lamb of God are my favorites to lift to tbh

    • Advanced skepticism / July 4, 2016

      Whitechapel is amazing to listen to at the gym as well!

    • Bloopys Kay / July 22, 2016

      same

  6. HashemSmashem / May 6, 2016

    Geo is annoying in this video

  7. Leo Choi / June 19, 2016

    Drake anyone?

  8. Jesus Dominguez / June 22, 2016

    Rap specifically night Lovell

  9. Kohei Joeseph Kunis / June 26, 2016

    Jonas Brothers…duhhhh

  10. Elias Quintanilla / June 30, 2016

    Flatbush zombies

  11. David Nuanez / July 8, 2016

    Metal/Metalcore/Hardcore/Melodic Hardcore

  12. Mike Tyson / July 12, 2016

    Breaking benjamin,bmth,our last night, avenged sevenfold, thousand foot
    krutch,eminem, etc

  13. Nick Edits / July 12, 2016

    I listen to trap, it has a little bit of everything, a nice build up where
    you can pull yourself together, and then the drop where you can just freak.

  14. Jay F / July 31, 2016

    Trap rap and heavy metal for heavy lifts. Deep house and dancehall for
    Cardio/Plyometric movements.

  15. Sebastian Hegaard / July 31, 2016

    I’m only listening to Volbeat, and then ‘Till I collapse and Lose yourself
    by eminem

  16. Rock Band / August 2, 2016

    I listen to Heavy Metal in the gym.

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