Sport & music or just sport or just music?

  • 31 July 2021
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We do not need to clarify that the ladies and gentlemen in the community are music fans. Otherwise it would probably be a little empty here.

 

But: How sporty are the community users?

And if so, do you do it with or without music?

 

Therefore, I would be very interested to know how you handle it now. I made a small survey for that.

Maybe you would like to write something in addition? Then please leave a few comments. :slight_smile:

 

And please show your (sports) device. :grin:

 

 

Music for sport or pure sport? How do you do it?


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Well, then I'll comment directly.

I love listening to music while doing sports. When jogging, walking or indoor biking → music is a must.

My music shouldn't be missing for my rowing units either. Flow to row… :joy:

And here is my device, an ‘Original WaterRower’:

 

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I was 95 and overweight year ago, and now 80. Barely fit anymore Medium stuff.

I was Large user of clothing. The Medium shorts dropping etc.

I used to walk daily 10 000 steps Deezer listening.

Nowadays I do not walk or bike that often, but when I do, music is with me.

I optimised my diet so I no more gain weight even if I do not walk that much.

My favourite walking playlist is happy hardcore… I usually listen it 80% loud on my smartphone with waterproof Sony earphones Bluetooth in HQ and my mobile plan keeps sure of music.

It has unlimited 4G for 9,90 euros a month only with voice and sms packages.

Sometimes I’ll get lost in woods with music walking from 10 to 30 kilometers a day.

Thanks.

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Well, then I'll comment directly.

I love listening to music while doing sports. When jogging, walking or indoor biking → music is a must.

My music shouldn't be missing for my rowing units either. Flow to row… :joy:

And here is my device, an ‘Original WaterRower’:

 

What a posh person you are, Mr @dee_dirk :grin:

But I have to agree, music with sports is a must - music with work is a must. Music with cooking, music with everything.

I wear that cliché on my t-shirt. I find music a great instrument to motivate me to go beyond my limits when exercising. If you really "feel" the lyrics, the instruments, the atmosphere, your body just reacts to it and boom! :sparkles:

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