No matter where you workout, you need to have your own music. Music for workouts is VERY important and can provide you with instant strength gains during an exercise.
The right music can, at least, get you a few extra reps during an exercise that you otherwise wouldn’t have gotten. It’s true… but it has to be music that evokes an emotional response based on past experiences. Or it might just be music that gets you really pumped up and ready to move some serious weight.
Only you can find the right music to listen to during your workouts.
Your music needs to be positive and not evil in any way. I have listened to heavy metal in the past and it worked great for weight lifting, but many of the songs were pure evil. I don’t listen to that junk any more. I prefer Christian based music now and there’s some great music out there. I think it’s even better than mainstream music because God is working within the people making this music. That alone means it is much better.
If you believe in God and His son Jesus Christ, you should get some music here: Christian Music.
If you don’t believe in God and Jesus Christ, you should still get this music. There is nothing better than discovering God loves you. God is really the only thing that matters. I want to see you in heaven one day. Get you some Christian music. You work on getting to heaven, and I will too. We’ve got lots of work to do! Might as well get some music that helps!
If you workout at home, you should use a stereo and crank it up as loud as you want when you’re lifting weights unless it bothers your family. Also think about neighbors if they live close to you. I live in the country side so I forget sometimes as I don't have any close neighbors.
If you workout at a gym, use your phone and strap it to your arm, pants, or shorts. Trust me on this.
You need the right music for your workouts. Find the music that motivates you, and you will lift heavier weight for more reps and that will certainly change your body faster.
Take your time finding music that you like. Experiment with that music and see if it works for you. For example, I like to go back to older country music from earlier years that reminds me of growing up on a farm and doing very hard work every day of the year.
It doesn’t matter what type of music it is… it’s whatever works for you. Just make sure it’s nothing negative with evil within (which is most mainstream music). Stick to music that’s positive. You don’t need music bringing you down. You want it to lift you up!
The music you listen to provides a voice into your soul so choose wisely. Don't let the wrong voices in.