Music for Motivation

Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by Rob_InDaUk, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. Rob_InDaUk

    Rob_InDaUk Grandmaster Sandwich

    Fellow MAPers

    On those rainy days when you feel like you would rather burn off your nipples off than train, are there any special music tracks which you listen to and think..


    Or along those lines anyway :D
  2. Jack

    Jack Valued Member

    Finch - What it is to burn, Untitled
    Thursday - Paris in Flames
    Prodigy - Their Law, Firestarter, Smack my Bitch Up
    Bon Jovi - Its my Life
    Alice Cooper - Poison

    thinking songs... I find new ones all the time, at the moment I'm enjoying

    Metallica - Nothing else matters
    Kula Shaker - Govinda, Tattva, Hush, Hey Dude
    Finch - What it is to burn (again, love that song)
    Cranberries - Zombie

    Probably osme others, but I can't think straight after just annihilating my body. :)
  3. PsiCop

    PsiCop Antonio gets the women...

    Jim Capaldi's "Something So Strong" is 2'nd only to eye of the tiger in my opinion. It's perfect for pumping you up for a workout or training. It can be found on Jim Capaldi's "Some Come Running" album, or in the music that plays in the background on the end credits in Best of the Best.:cool:
  4. Tosh

    Tosh Renegade of Funk

    Idlewild - Modern way of letting go!

    Bring on the RAWK!
  5. WhiteWizard

    WhiteWizard Arctic Assasain

    Eminem loose yourself i used it to psych myself up just before exams
  6. Obi-Wan

    Obi-Wan New Member

    Cool! :D
  7. Greg-VT

    Greg-VT Peasant

    They were Kung fu fighting.... they were fast as lightning......
  8. cyclepath

    cyclepath New Member

    The bee gee's stayin alive, oh no sorry thats the tune to get me dancing. Cant find one to get me training at the minute.
  9. Wearing Grey

    Wearing Grey New Member

    ZZ Top

    La Grange

  10. Kinjiro Tsukasa

    Kinjiro Tsukasa I'm hungry; got troll? Supporter

    These may not be typical, but:

    Sibelius: Karelia Suite
    Mahler: Symphony # 1
    Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture
    Wagner: anything

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