Are you right in fitness music? Classical music has better fitness effects


Do you think that you are not doing well in the gym? This may be related to the background music played during exercise. British neuroscientist Jack Lewis found that playing classical music or helping to improve exercise is better than fast-paced modern dance music because it reduces the body's stress hormone cortisol levels. He said that playing classical music during exercise is more relaxing.
The British "Daily Mail" quoted him as saying: "Fantastic music helps to improve the speed, intensity and durability of the exercise, but the relaxation characteristics of classical music help to slow down the heartbeat, lower blood pressure and self-inductive exercise load during exercise. It also shows that relaxing music can lower the level of stress hormone cortisol."
Previous studies have shown that proper catharsis keeps blood pressure at a lower level and less stress hormone cortisol secretion. If a person is in fear or depression, it will secrete more stress hormones.
Lewis said: "The choice of music is very personal. It may come from a movie you like, or remind you of a happy holiday with friends. Studies have shown that when listening to music, brain movement The anterior cortex becomes active and this area is related to exercise planning."
Lewis said: "The vibrant but fast-paced classical music is the ideal background music for the gym... I recommend Beethoven's fourth symphony fourth movement."
The fourth symphony was created by Beethoven in 1806 during the creation of the Fifth Symphony, the Symphony of Destiny . This B- flat major symphony is bright and cheerful, full of vitality and vitality, romance and poetry. The fourth symphony is divided into four movements. The fourth movement fully demonstrates the vitality of youth in the fast playing and flying melody.
Lewis also recommends using rhythm and heartbeat matching or slightly faster background music during exercise. For example, he said that the late American pop star Michael Jackson's "Dancing with You" is suitable for heartbeat at 116 times per minute . This level is the heartbeat when you just warmed up. Beethoven's fourth symphony fourth movement is more appropriate when the heart rate reaches about 140 per minute . When the exercise reaches full speed, that is, the heart rate reaches about 180 per minute , the British rapper Tini Tampa's "fainting" may give you more power.

T01a1fd343a0d7f8486.jpg At the end of the workout, the late American country singer Johnny Cash's "Beautiful Mind" can help you calm down.
Lewis said: "Classical music is very interesting and exists more than any other kind of music. Hundreds of outstanding composers create different emotions in the hearts of the audience."
Previous studies have shown that music can reduce stress, enhance the motor function of people with neurological damage, and increase people's tolerance to pain. Italian scientists have found that classical music can affect a person's cardiovascular system. The researchers selected 24 healthy volunteers to play five classical music and monitor their blood pressure, cerebral arterial flow, respiration and subcutaneous vasoconstriction as they listened to music. The results showed that the gradual increase of the music was exhilarating, leading to subcutaneous vasoconstriction, blood pressure rise, heart rate and respiratory acceleration, and the degree of change was proportional to the degree of gradual increase; after the music was suspended, their heartbeat and breathing slowed down and blood pressure decreased. Sometimes it is even lower than the original level; while the weakening part of the sound is relaxing and the heartbeat slows down.
Researchers hope that music can play a role in the rehabilitation of patients with heart disease and stroke.

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