From music’s effects on fatigue to its motivational properties, the right soundtrack is a powerful tool for improving your ability to run well
Everyone knows there’s a link between music and running. Barely a gym lets a cross-training machine go unaccompanied by hi-NRG dance tunes. There’s a great choice of running playlists on Spotify, some with millions of likes from users who’ve found that the right music can push them farther and faster. Bruce Springsteen has even written a whole album about being born to run. But if you want to use music to help improve your running, it’s important to get to grips with the science, and how it applies to your running style. Full story.
Alexi Duggins (The Guardian) / June 3, 2020