Walk and Talk Episode 06: Using Music to Enhance Performance

And we’re back, welcome to the Walk and Talk Podcast!

I recently sent out a survey to the Walk and Think mailing list(you can join on the sidebar) and one of the questions was, what kind of content would you like to seen more of? What do you want more of? Posts? Podcasts? Videos?

The survey is still open, and you can take it here. I’ll close it in a few days.

The highest response was: More Podcast Episodes.

So, here we go, we’re going to do a podcast tonight!

First thing to discuss, is the new All Post Archives Page. The list of posts was getting long, and navigating to the older posts was becoming difficult… Until, after user feedback, I created the Archive Page!

It is a scrolling list of all posts on the site, by month, in descending order. It is now located on the sidebar.

The All Post Archive Page.


Walk and Talk Episode 06 will be about: Using Music to Enhance Performance!

Listening to music can increase performance… and decrease it.

We cover why you should listen to aggressive music while cycling and lifting. And why you should not listen to music while running and exploring.

We also talk about how podcasts and audio-books can save time, for learning, the time otherwise burned in commuting.

Listen to the full episode above or here.

The Distance and Discipline series, or my research on Distance running can be read here:

D&D Part 01 – D&D Part 02 –  D&D Part 03

Until Next Time, and

All the Best.

-A


P.S. Check out this Walk and Think Army Urban Exploration Video: Bishop’s Castle in 2014. Operative A and Operative T Explore the castle in detail.

Read all about the Castle here.

Jim Bishop’s Official Site.

2 thoughts on “Walk and Talk Episode 06: Using Music to Enhance Performance”

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    – Audio out – aka ability to use as a bluetooth receiver and hook into a high quality non bluetooth speaker system.
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    1. That is 6 times cheaper than my current one. Damn. I have the Bose SoundLink Color. After that dies, I’ll buy the one you linked. And maybe that mini cam recommendation you sent me earlier as well.

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