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What do you look to when you need to get pumped up during warm-ups pregame or to lift weights?
The most effective option for many athletes is to play music.
Football, basketball, baseball, hockey, track and soccer—yes, even soccer—players, can harness the adrenaline rush they trigger listening to these songs to receive a physical edge during competition. There are three classifications of pump-up songs: First, there's the "inspirational" track.
The lyrics are the sole focus of this type of song.
There's no denying this music also helps to get the blood-pumping with some of music's most adrenaline-fueled songs.But then there are those fighters who put a lot of thought into the songs they choose and how the make their entrance.Some look to intimidate while others pick something that is reflective of their personality. Roy Nelson: Weird Al Yankovic – “Fat”" data-reactid="16"10.The punchiness of roaring distortion, cement-cracking bass, powerful lyrics and forceful drumming can serve as an much-needed jolt of energy and excitement when UFC's best step out across the arena and into the steel cage of the Octagon.Each fighter selects their own entrance theme, walking out to a song that will help prepare them mentally for furious rounds of punches, jabs, elbows, kicks, knees and submission holds against another one of the world's top fighters.