22 Jul '12, 6pm

Music Increses Endurance? #Running

Music Increses Endurance? #Running

You have no doubt heard people tout the positive motivational effect that music can have on your running, but according to new research it may be more than just a motivational tool. Scientists at Brunel University’s School of Sport and Education have been researching the role of motivational music on sport and exercise for 20 years. It is expected that they will soon publish the results of this newest study that indicate that music can increase a person’s endurance by as much as 15%. According to the school’s press release ; “Thirty participants exercised on a treadmill while listening to a selection of motivational rock or pop music, including tracks by Queen, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Madonna. They were asked to keep in strict time with the beat. The findings show that when carefully selected according to scientific principles, music can enhance endurance by 15% and ...

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