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10 Brazilian pop songs to train according to your heart rate

10 Brazilian pop songs to train according to your heart rate

The playlist you hear while working out, jogging or walking affects, and much, your performance. Therefore, it should be set up taking into consideration which exercise you will perform and the bpm (beat per minute) of each song.

This is because the songs are able to readjust the brain electrical activity, allowing the decrease of muscular fatigue. In summary, music can improve performance during physical activity.

Check the My Life list with 10 songs to train yourself according to your heart rate:

Iza - Pesadão (Part Marcelo Falcão) [75 bpm]

75 bpm

Supercombo - Magaiver [98 bpm]

98 bpm

Karol Conka - Tombei feat. 100 bpm] <100 bpm] <100 bpm

Vitor Kley - The Sun (VINNE, Double Z Remix) [124 bpm]

124 bpm

Ludmilla - I reached [130 bpm]

130 bpm < Anitta - Paradinha [180 bpm] [154 bpm] <154 bpm <154 bpm

Anitta - Paradinha [180 bpm] <154 bpm]

180 bpm

Nego Borel - Contatinho ft. 180 bpm]

180 BPM

BRAZA - Follow the Dance [180 bpm]

180 bp m


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