Effects of Music on Exercise Performance
Does music really affect your workout?
We all feel that music improves our performance, but have any of you asked yourself how?
The two most important advantages that music provides us while exercising are:
Distraction -Music distracts people from pain and weariness, improves your mood, and increases endurance. When listening to music, people run farther, bike longer, and swim faster than usual—often without realizing it.
Constant Rhythm- Most people have an instinct to synchronize their movements and expressions with music. As a result many without even knowing adjust their breathing to the beats of the song they are listening to. A constant breathing pace helps circulate better the oxygen to our body making us more efficient and keeping ourselves in the aerobic zone (40% to 85% of maximum heart rate).
Both benefits of music are lost the moment you begin twisting, pushing, and adjusting your earbuds. When you lose your rhythm due to constant unease that your earbuds will fall out, the flow disappears. As a result, you become anxious and lose your breathing pace, as well as your performance.
Now the million-dollar question...
How Can You Keep Your Earbuds Inplace?
Check out 7 Proven Ways to Keep Your Earbuds From Falling Out for more useful insights on how to solve this problem!
There are different solutions to this annoying problem. Keepods, a new product launched on Kickstarter seems to be the hottest solution.
Keepods anchor your earbuds using the structure of your ear. The versatile design makes it work with all earbuds on the market including wired ones!
You’ll feel so confident your earbuds won’t fall that you forget they are even there! Keepods is made of 100% hypoallergenic, medical-grade silicone. It has been tested for long periods of usage and unlike other accessories in the market, Keepods don’t pressure nor hurt your ear. Thanks to Keepods we can now exercise and enhance our performance with no interruptions.