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    Blademaster Kiyiya's Avatar
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    [Music] Any suggestions on music for the gym?

    I know that most of the people here on the forums are guys so this might be kinda bad asking, but I know that some work out too. (I think lol)

    So my question is what do you guys listen to while at the gym? I have the same music running through my ipod each night at the gym and I need some suggestions on good work out music.

    A bit on my list is: Disturbed, Korn, Mudvayne, SlipKnot, Trapt, Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin.

    Of course I have more then just those artists, but I seem to favor RAWR angry music while working out ^.^

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    If you like Mudvayne you could give HellYeah a try.

    You could also try

    Fireball Ministry
    Fear Factory
    Superjoint Ritual

    There's more but off the top of my head those pop up

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    papa roach, judas priest

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    type "Two Steps From Hell" in youtube, and listen to epic music. in some of them, its hard to sitting still and just listen instead of jumping around, fighting through countless challenges and monsters.

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    David Ghetta, Armin Van Buren, BassHunter, Nickelback and POD(Gospell).


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    Get something real!
    Start with In flames and then Darktranquillty

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    Check out Justice, a French techno-duo. Really awesome stuff!!!
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    I've been working out to All That Remains and As I Lay Dying. They are very similar groups, a lot of screaming and heavy riffs.

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    Maximum the Hormone are pretty good, their songs aren't really angry but are nice and heavy and stuff

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    How can this guy ask for a Gym song and no1 recommend this --- >

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    I would say e.g Atreyu and Bullet for my Valentine. Good, energetic stuff.

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    any power,thrash,speed,black, or Norwegian black metal.
    stuff to get the rage flowing.

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    But in all seriousness, I like to work out to a lot of Thirty Seconds to Mars - I just think their songs are incredibly inspirational

    Sup Yo.

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    You have to atleast put Fort Minor's Remember The Name. That is a great work out song.

    Edit: And Crystal Method: Name of the Game
    Last edited by Gracin; 2011-01-28 at 07:48 PM.

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    Amon Amarth
    Rammstein - Yes i speak German.
    Iron Maiden
    Dimmu Borgir
    And about 10 other bands where i got some songs i like. But from the bands mentioned i pretty much listen to every song with a few ecceptions.
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    A lot of 70's, 80's tunes. Morphine, Modest Mouse, E.L.O, Cherry Poppin' Daddies, Jamiroquai, Bee Gee's, Rammstein, Echo and the Bunnymen, Moby, Buckethead, Slayer, Iron butterfly, ones already listed by others.... (I love good music way too much.)

    I could go on. How bout you just copy music off my HDD? Lol.
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    Stood in the Fire HeyJoe's Avatar
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    I tend to either listen to podcasts or dance/pop type stuff at the gym. I'm a rock fan at heart, but something with a good beat is helpful for the treadmill or exercise bike!

    Lady Gaga, David Guetta, Katy Perry, K$Sha, etc...

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