VO2 Max Podcast

Episode 18: The Effects of Music on Performance

February 01, 2021 Ryan Eckert, MS, CSCS
VO2 Max Podcast
Episode 18: The Effects of Music on Performance
Show Notes

In this episode, I discuss the effects of listening to music on performance, including listening to music during exercise and before exercise as these are both relevant to endurance athletes.

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The Effects of Music on Performance Written Post:

1.  Ballmann, C. G., Maynard, D. J., Lafoon, Z. N., Marshall, M. R., Williams, T. D., & Rogers, R. R. (2019). Effects of listening to preferred versus non-preferred music on repeated wingate anaerobic test performance. Sports (Basel), 7(8), E185.
2.  Ballmann, C. G., McCullum, M. J., Rogers, R. R., Marshall, M. M., & Williams, T. D. (2018). Effects of preferred vs. nonpreferred music on resistance exercise performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1519/JSC.0000000000002981
3.  Karow MC, Rogers RR, Pederson JA, Williams TD, Marshall MR, Ballmann CG. Effects of Preferred and Nonpreferred Warm-Up Music on Exercise Performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 2020 Jun 3:0031512520928244.
4.  Lingham, J., & Theorell, T. (2009). Self-selected “favourite” stimulative and sedative music listening–How does familiar and preferred music listening affect the body? Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 18(2), 150–166.
5.  Nakamura, P. M., Pereira, G., Papini, C. B., Nakamura, F. Y., & Kokubun, E. (2010). Effects of preferred and nonpreferred music on continuous cycling exercise performance. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 110(1), 257–264

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