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Music for sports is a genre of music that aims to motivate, energize and inspire people who engage in physical activities. Some examples of music for sports are rock, pop, hip hop, dance and electronic music. These genres often have upbeat melodies, catchy hooks, strong beats, positive lyrics and dynamic changes that can help athletes and fitness enthusiasts to improve their performance, endurance, mood and motivation. Music for sports can also create a sense of community, identity and belonging among fans and participants of different sports. Some popular songs for sports are:
“Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey
“Jump Around” by House of Pain
“We Will Rock You” by Queen
“Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne
“Start Me Up” by The Rolling Stones
“Song 2” by Blur
“Hit the Road Jack” by Ray Charles
“Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses
“Till I Collapse” by Eminem
“Stronger” by Kanye West
“Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor
“Truth Hurts” by Lizzo
“Enter Sandman” by Metallica
These songs are often played at stadiums, arenas, gyms and other venues where sports are performed or watched. They can also be used as personal playlists for running, cycling, lifting or any other sport activity.
The best song for cycling depends on your personal preference, pace and goal. Some cyclists prefer songs that match their cadence, or the number of pedal strokes they take per minute. Others like songs that inspire them to push harder or relax more. Some cyclists like to mix up their songs to keep things interesting and avoid boredom. Here are some suggestions for songs that might suit different types of cyclists:
If you want to cycle fast and furious, you might like “Freewheel Burning” by Judas Priest (180 BPM) , “Tour de France” by Kraftwerk (140 BPM) , “Velodrome” by The Chemical Brothers (140 BPM) , or “Bicycle Race” by Queen (114 BPM) .
If you want to cycle steady and strong, you might like “The Bike Song” by Mark Ronson (120 BPM) , “It’s A Beautiful Day” by Beach Boys (120 BPM) , “Bike” by Pink Floyd (120 BPM) , or “SOS” by Rihanna (137 BPM) .
If you want to cycle slow and easy, you might like “Watermelon Sugar” by Harry Styles (95 BPM) , “Take My Breath” by The Weeknd (121 BPM) , “Dua Lipa” by Levitating (103 BPM) , or “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd (86 BPM) .