Music can help motivate you during your battle ropes workouts, so we compiled a list of the best workouts songs to listen to while your burn fat and build muscle with our battle ropes.
“Eye of The Tiger” by Survivor
There’s a reason “Eye of the Tiger” played during Rocky Balboa’s famous workout. It’s a great song to listen to for quick workouts, and the catchy chorus helps you through those extra reps.
“Kashmir” by Led Zeppelin
Considered by Led Zeppelin as one of their greatest musical achievements, “Kashmir” uses Eastern influences to build a complex song filled rich textures and an amazing guitar riff. And at 8:28, it is one of Led Zeppelin’s longest songs, so you can do an entire battle ropes circuit.
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana
Inject a little Grunge into your workout with “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Nirvana’s most well-known hit. The drums helps push your through your battle ropes workout, and the famous chorus will be stuck in your head well past your workout.
“Just What I Needed” by The Cars
The debut single from their self-titled album, “Just What I Needed” continue to be The Cars most popular hit to date. It’s ‘70s pop done right with a catchy keyboard riff.
“Sexyback” by Justin Timberlake ft. Timbaland
Timbaland lends his backing vocals to this 2006 hit that features Justin Timberlake’s distorted voice on top of a catchy beat . “Sexyback” is a great song to listen to during short, intense battle rope workout.
“Can’t Stop” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
The guitar riff paired with Flea’s bass playing makes this an excellent battle ropes workout song, and what better lyrics than “Can’t Stop”?
“Mama Said Knock You Out” by LL Cool J
It’s the epitome of a comeback song, and “Mama Said Knock You Out” is a great song for aggressive battle ropes workouts.
“Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin
The only band with two songs on our list, “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin is a true rock song featuring amazing riffs and Robert Plant’s wailing vocals. Your battle ropes workouts will never be the same again.
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