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Warm Up Playlist | Get In The Mood To Boost Your Session

Warm Up Playlist | Get In The Mood To Boost Your Session
Joni McMullen
Writer and expert1 year ago
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Let's be honest. Half the battle of hitting the gym is just getting yourself there. But don't worry, we've got something to get you in mood. 

Our warm-up playlist is designed to get you moving. So turn up the volume and get your muscles into gear with some of your favourite artists. 

Madonna and Kendrick Lamar will have you ready to crush some PBs, and Desmond Dekker and The Dramatics will make you feel like you can take on anything. 

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0EqCdqnc3yrB7V9lVEi5jF?si=d823345bc79c463b&nd=1

Prep like a pro 

Warming up isn't just about getting in the zone, it's also about preventing injury and setting yourself up to crush your training goals. The PT's guide to warming up will make you feel confident and ready to take on whatever your workout throws at you. 

 

Get the right help for your goals  

And don't forget, the right pre-workout can make all the difference when it comes to reaching your goals. Check out our explainer to figure out which pre-workout is right for you. 

 

Take Home Message  

Warming up is essential, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. With a little creativity, it can be great fun.  

Get your pre-workout on point, learn how to properly take care of your body, and top it off with a killer playlist that'll get you pumped. Let’s go. 

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Our articles should be used for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you're concerned, consult a health professional before taking dietary supplements or introducing any major changes to your diet.

Joni McMullen
Writer and expert
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Born in Cumbria, Joni completed her English Literature degree at the University of Liverpool before going on to graduate with a Creative Writing MA from the University of Leeds. During her time at university, Joni was a part of two cheer and dance teams, competing in national competitions across the UK. Developing her writing at a student magazine in Leeds, Joni is excited that she is able to combine her love of creativity with her passion for fitness and health. When she’s not writing or in the gym, Joni loves to read, try new activities and spend time with friends.
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