If you are an electronic music fan, we know how difficult it can be to curate a workout track list that lasts you at least one complete hour. I had to face a dearth situation and all I could think upon was to repeat the tracks after a couple of them are down. This way at least I am working out with the ones that I like and not those that resemble electronic music but are flat and a combination of house music strung together with bits that sound like electro music.
Keto and workout:
I began seriously working outpost a keto diet. I used to have an issue in my leg which made it difficult for me to maintain my commitment with the gym floor. I knew that I had to pull down a few tens of pounds in order to be able to continue with the workout routine.
I was into a Canadian keto brand and all I needed was motivation in the form of only twenty workout tracks of proper electro music because I felt they worked out for me!
Here is the list:
Gallant is; their soundtrack Pillow Fight is a great track to begin the workout. It has the right kind of beats for a warm-up I almost always have this one first in my loop.
Bruno Mars featuring Cardi B and Finesse Pink Panda is yet another of the true electro music that you will love to start on even though I prefer Pillow fight better over this one.
One Republic’s Kids; I personally feel the club version is better than the regular one;
Life in Letters from Last Island;
Walk the Moon by One Foot; again the club version is really better;
Crazy by Mr. Belt;
Good Grief by Don Diablo;
Roses by Zaxx
Jackpot by Jocelyn Alice
Millionaire soundtrack featuring Cash Cash Rem
Two Friends by K.A.C
LYD from William Harrison
Hook N Sling by False Alarm
OWSLA by DJ Snake
My House by Flo RIda
R3HAB the song by the Chainsmokers and Halsey
The Ready Set by Michael Burn
Audien featuring Lady Antebellum
Another soundtrack from the Last Island this time featuring Pierce Fulton
Young adults have a lot to deal with in the most crucial years of their lives –immense academic pressure, the tribulations of relationships and their rapidly changing bodies and hormones. This is a tech-savvy generation who are obsessed with their gadgets.
Technology which is a boon to many has become a bane to this group of people who find more pleasure glued to their seats and lost in the virtual world completely oblivious to the real world around. This attitude has led to an alarming rise in the incidence of obesity and diabetes in young adults. Researchers state that it is not just the lack of exercise but also the lifestyle, poor eating and sleeping habits coupled with the societal stress that adds to weight gain in young adults.
Being completely sure about themselves these kids refuse to seek help for weight loss and related issues. Some of them rely on diet pills advertised on sites like movomovo.
The impact of social media
To add salt to their wounds, the social media which is the reality of their existence does more harm to them than good. They are constantly bombarded with body image messages on their social media accounts which shatters their self-esteem. A recent survey showed that social media has led to an increase in anxiety and depression in this age group.
Troubled by body-shaming these young kids often stick to fad diets only to realize too late that they are worse than when they began.
Technology as a friend
But this group probably has the most advantage over their predecessors because they have access to a wide variety of exercise routines and techniques that focus exclusively on problem areas. They have the aid of several weight loss apps or they can rely on any of the umpteen YouTube videos to help them deal with their weight goals.
Thus, we see that these young adults can use technology to not only bind them to their chairs and video games but also to get them moving and shed the extra pounds because they are a tech-savvy generation who have the power in their gadgets.…