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Old 11-05-2009, 10:05 AM
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Default Your #1 song in the rack

I'm sure most of us would agree that the squat is the single toughest exercise we can do. It's us against gravity basically... when you're ready to hit the heaviest set of squats, what is the one song you need to push you through the last grueling reps?
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Old 11-05-2009, 05:39 PM
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Last time I squatted I hit 495 x 3 and I was listening to Til I colapse by Eminem.

Usually listen to some kind of hard rap.
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^^^x2 on till i collapse, EASILY the most pump-up song I have.

2nd place goes to "the pretender" by the foo fighters and maybe "the messenjah" by POD.
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^^^x2 on till i collapse, EASILY the most pump-up song I have.

2nd place goes to "the pretender" by the foo fighters and maybe "the messenjah" by POD.
Till I Collapse has been the song i listen to before every work out. I dont listen to music during my workout because i get caught up in my headphones .
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I generally rely on my own grunting and random throat noises to get me pumped up. haha

However, if I do listen to music to get pumped up it has to be *really really* heavy. Like some screamy death metal or something. (Which I would never listen to on a regular basis btw... lol)

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I go with Clutch-Come on Mother******.Helps me throw it up.
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I listen to Demon Hunter "Through the Black". When the chorus hits and the lead singer/screamer drops to a gruff voice and says, "I'll be waiting" it fires me up. I don't know why it works, I just know it works.
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