“The tempo of the music you choose while running should match the intensity of the workout you’re about to embrace.” There’s nothing quite like walking out your front door, popping in your favorite running headphones, and turning on your trusty running music to get you fired up. Without even taking that first step, your blood […]
“Regardless of the type of music you choose to listen to, your mindset will be positively affected by it.”
Imagine two scenarios.
In the first, the alarm sounds, stirring you from a peaceful slumber with a soothing melody that gradually gets louder and more energetic. You feel refreshed, ready to take on the day.
Now imagine this: the alarm sounds, but this time, it’s a loud buzzing sound. You groan and roll over. It’s difficult to even get out of bed, let alone get ready for the tasks ahead.
“Listening to upbeat music during the recovery period immediately post exercise helps to lower the body’s lactic acid levels by comparison with a recovery period without music.”
Most people overlook the fact that rest and recovery are just as important to a successful training program as the intensity of the training we do.
In fact, rest and relaxation are not just the best way to avoid physical and mental burn out, but they actually make us stronger due to the way our body’s muscles rebuild after training.
“Research shows that listening to slow melodic music is most effective for the majority of people in relieving stress.”
The almost magical power of music to affect our state of mind has been known for centuries, but it is only relatively recently that this apparent common knowledge has been backed up by proven scientific studies in numerous fields of medical research.
Indeed, music has been shown to have a positive impact on both mind and body in as diverse fields as sports training recovery, surgery recovery, childhood learning ability, drug rehabilitation and of course, relaxing music to reduce stress.
“From coast to coast and everywhere in-between, the US hosts some of the most incredible, diverse, life-changing music festivals in the world.”
Here are our top music festivals to attend before you die – US edition.
Meet the bands you don’t know and catch up with those you do on your SoundWhiz headphones – audio with attitude.
“42% of Americans don’t know how to manage stress and one of the major reasons of stress related illnesses are due to work related issues.”
This 7 minute read is to find out if stress could be killing you without you realizing it’s harmful effects however its not all bad news…read on to find out why.
Stress reactions happen when the body’s “fight or flight” response is triggered causing the heart rate to increase. Your nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, adrenaline and cortisol, which rouse the body for emergency action.
“The best Bluetooth wireless headphones really added to the freedom of running because you don’t even notice they are there.”
There is literally nothing better than the feeling after you’ve completed a perfect run. So what is a perfect run? It’s that rare occasion when all the stars seem to align specifically for your workout.
The air temperature is exactly the way you like it. Your breathing is impeccably rhythmical. You body moves with ease, your running shoes are doing fit like a glove and you want to keep on running at the end of it.
“I am sure you are looking for the perfect pair of affordable headphones that are able to withstand sweat and water. Luckily, we have the perfect product for you.”
Thinking of owning a pair of wireless running headphones to power your next workout? You may have heard how sweat sometimes stops headphones working.This short article will help you evaluate the claims made on what is and what is not water resistant and what rating to look for to guard your device against sweat.
It will help you understand if your gadget is protected if used for heavy training, running in the rain, standing in the sleet, or lazing next to the pool being splashed by the kids.
“Moving to Bluetooth and enjoying a wireless world of audio on the go, seems a natural progression from wired headphones.”