Wed 20 Jun 2012
Music is an art form that transcends all language. Music not only gives you a high but it also motivates you. Music has the power to stir up ones emotion. It’s no secret that exercise improves the mood, but working out with music gives exercise a cognitive boost. Great music and motivation leads to an exercise experience unmatched by just excerising. Music can help a workout go faster, and it can make work feel less challenged. During the exercises, music can help to co-ordinate the brain, body and breath of each participant,which is truly the start and the end, the alpha and omega of fitness today.
Music has the potential to elicit a significant effect on performance. Music provides an ideal accompaniment for training. Scientific inquiry has revealed five keys in which music influences preparation and performance, they are dissociation, arousal regulation, synchronization, acquisition of motor skills and attainment of flow.
Over the years researchers have identified three basic things About music that could influence exercise performance.
- The tendency to move in time with synchronous sounds
- The tendency of music to increase arousal
- The tendency to distract the exerciser
Whether its fact or fiction the great powers of music is undeniable. Music seems to have a positive effect on many areas of human development on absolutely every individual who can hear a harmony. Music helps you to relax and de-stress. The world of music is infinite and establishing patterns in its effect might take longer than expected yet music can give you the much needed moral boost when needed. So the next time you exercise don’t forget to tune in your favourite song.