Synchronous music is described as the synchronization between tempo and human movement in terms responding to the rhythmical qualities of music.Motivational music is described as music with strong rhythms and are fast tempo (>120 bpm). Type of music has the ability to change arousal levels and may be used as a stimulant or sedative.Music may narrow bodies awareness of fatigue.Synchronous and Asynchronous music has been shown to have significant ergogenic effects on non-professional athletes.In a study by Karageorghis et al. (2009) the effects of motivational synchronous music, oudeterous synchronous music and a no-music control condition was examined for four dependent measures which included time to exhaustion, ratings of perceived exertion (RPE), in-task affect, and exercise-induced feelings. 100 sports science undergraduates participated in the study and went through a thorough music selection procedure where they were able to choose the type of music they wanted and testers were able to create a standardized motivational music track list which would be able to create the desired affects. The subjects then walked briskly on a treadmill at an appropriate velocity that would ensure an exercise intensity of 75% maximal heart rate reserve. Results showed both music conditions had a significant effect on time to exhaustion and in-task affect. However, there were no significant differences in exercise induced feelings or RPE.