WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BASICS #24 #4 UPBEAT MUSIC

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WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BASICS #24 #4 UPBEAT MUSIC! Research shows that fast music with about 120 beats per minute will reduce feelings of fatigue during aerobic exercise. This rhythm is about 2 beats per second and has been shown to benefit both performance and endurance so more calories are burned with music than without music. Two beats per second is the most common beat in pop music, and the positive effects of fast music peak at 145 beats per minute. Music works in this way by capturing your attention and distracting you from feelings of fatigue. The right music for you can trigger positive emotions and help you perform better while also increasing endurance. The right music for you can also trigger movements of the head and arms as well as dance-like music. In fact, dancing can break out as a side effect of great music. I demonstrated this with a Korean pop hit called Gangnam Style, but I have a total of ten songs on my personal fitness playlist. So have a personal fitness playlist on your phone or iPod with songs that inspire you. The songs are as much a part of your workout as weights or a treadmill. Once you have your fitness outfit and Sports Drink ready, get your music playlist and go to your exercise area or gym. Remember to drink your Sports Drink whenever you get thirsty during your workout and have a Protein-Rich Shake within 30 minutes to 1 hour after you exercise. Music can add to the fun of working out and put you in a great mood for the rest of your day! #drdavidheber #music #exercise #weightlossjourney to learn more go to www.drdavidheber.com and www.herbalifenutritioninstitite.com and read the e-book PERSONALIZED NUTRITION AND TRANSFORMATION available on Amazon.com for $5.49

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