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Most athletes use music to get pumped for a big game or an intense workout. Research shows that music can help boost performance during a workout, motivating you to knock out a few extra reps even when you’re almost wiped out. Music genres are seemingly endless, with options to suit the taste of any athlete. Learn about new releases and what elite athletes tune in to get psyched up.
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