Share your Ramp Test playlists!

Eases into it, gets progressively harder, and then once Fred Durst tells me “you know what time it is”, I do indeed know what time it is, and I’ve got 30 - 90 seconds to HTFU or disappoint everyone I’ve ever known.

Sour patch kids or something similar for the cool down spin.

I’m gonna check out some of these suggestions.
Here’s my latest list, it may sound a bit clichéd but it keeps my mind off the suffering until the not so beautiful burnout…I will never make it past 20 mins
If you’ve never heard the first track its a great motivator.
https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLps-cTgbtKM_nS-JxniIvU1rI8Fe_Rt8Y

for whoever mentioned General Levy in previous posts…

https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=kZeluQiGoXo&feature=share

My old man old skool hip hop playlist

https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLps-cTgbtKM96BcnEF7dOc28AOY_d2ciU

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Thanks! Used this yesterday and added 9 to my FTP!

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FEARLESS – PINK FLOYD
THE ANALOG KID – RUSH
ROUNDUP – NFL FILMS
WHERE EAGLES DARE – IRON MAIDEN
QUEST FOR FIRE – IRON MAIDEN
THE MARCH FROM 1941 – John Adams

Worked perfect, Quest for Fire took me to my end and then when I saw the +4.5% then the 1941 March came on with glorious triumphalism!

I don’t like minimalism when training! I tried to listen to John Adams’s Chairman Dances (a piece I love) and had to turn it off. I am listening to the link now and like the work, but it would not do for me during a ramp test.

Worked on mine for a while think I finally have the perfect playlist.

  1. Steady as she Goes - The Raconteurs
  2. Revolution - The Score
  3. No Good - KALEO
  4. Bleed it Out - Linkin Park
  5. Sleep Now in the Fire - Rage Against the Machine
  6. Party Hard - Andrew W.K
  7. Good as Hell - Lizzo

The goal is get to Party Hard and just Party as Hard for as Long as you can.

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So, I could share my racenoace aylist, but it’s not optimized for ramp tests. Just general race mix.
But I just decided to add several Hatebreed songs. I never gave two thoughts to this band until liquid metal on SiriusXM played them today on the devil’s dozen. Their lyrics are like motivational speaker meets personal mantra. It’s nuts! Angry sounds saying “change your situation to change your world”. What? Ok.
I’ll focus on the lyrics next time I’m 350 feet into a 15% grade climb.