I need something to get me moving. We got an exercise bike and it's in the guest bedroom so I started catching up on my favorite tv shows. They are the perfect length-45 minutes. I've found the more action in the show the harder I work.
A few times I've done long stretches of miles I watched the news but found that I tend to go slower when trying to watch. I do much better to either listen to music or just let my mind go onto other things and get the miles past me
what I don't understand is how people read or look through magazines as they go ???
current weight: 105.0
Fitness Minutes: (6,573) Posts: 4,538 3/9/11 12:52 P
This depends on where I am and what I am doing, In the pool I can swim laps without music, doing most cardio at the gym I need the music to push me, strength is debatable I can go either way, but while outside on a long walk or bike ride, I usually can do without! :)
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current weight: 295.1
Fitness Minutes: (44,623) Posts: 158 3/8/11 3:26 P
Today i did my one hour workout without any music, and i have to say i found it quite hard. I definitely needed the beat of the music especially when i was on the stationery bike. I found it not so bad with strength training. But all in all i reckon that music really helps you to work out that little bit harder. What do you think?
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