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The importance of music during workout

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camila gutierrez

on 28 November 2011

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The Importance Of
Music During Workout By Camila Gutierrez
and Johanie Lessard Performance Research caused some discrepancies Heart rate Music affect our heart rate Rehabilitation Music can have an effect on rehabilitation to walk Motor skills Motor skills are better when listening to music Comclusion Physical strength Aerobic fitness Introduction In the 70s, people discovered that music could be beneficial during workout. Music can have an effect on heart rate, physical strength, rehabilitation of gait disorders, endurance performance, learning fundamental motor skills and aerobic fitness.
Massachusetts Hospital and Oxford's studies Massachusetts Hospital:
Listening to music 20-30 min each day decreases the blood pressure and slows the heart rate




Oxford's study:
Music with faster rythm : increases heart rate instead of relaxing


Heart rate Heart rate of a person :
Music is connected to psychological responses within the body Music produces emotional and psychological effects on heart rate Influence of sedative, silence and stimulative music on physical strength Research investigation with 25 females + 25 males wearing a grip strength to measure the physical strength.

Stimulative music increases the strenght compared to sedative music and white noise. Music affects the physical stength Rhythmic music and percussion pulses Affects the walk and proprioceptive control of a person Can improve gait regularity Use the beat to anticipate the desired rate of movement Increasing stability and mobility Some subjects were aware of the study so they could have helped the researchers While other subjects were not aware of the research Therefore, the results were different. They determined that: Music improves a person's enjoyment and compliance to a fitness program Long-term benefits: reduction of risk to coronary heart disease and enhanced quality of life. 600 boys and girls form grade 1 to 6 To compare their basis motor skills Example: throwing, catching and climbing The motor skills were better when listening to music Music produced a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere in order for the students to learn 70 college students from both genders Research 97% of them perceived influence of music on their performances during their class. Beat: 97%
Tempo: 96%
Lyrics: 77%
Volume 66%
Mood: 37%
Melody: 17% Music may facilitate the focus on it instead of thinking to discomforts that accompany exercises In a way, it serves of distraction to internal feeling that we have during exercise. Therefore, music contributes to reduce pain and discomfort during the exercise. For instance, it has the capacity to reduce the stress while exercising Finally, as we can see, music can affect different sort of exercises in life. It can affect us in a psychological or physical way.

We have seen many studies that clearly demonstrated that music can improve our strength and our performance and as a result, it can be beneficial for our well-being.

In addition, music brings a lot to our lives and without it, it would be much more difficult to motivate ourselves to do exercise. Zumba
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