I wouldn't recommend slow sad music as it can slow you down and make you feel less able to exercise.
For you, I would recommend it be music that relaxes you. For some people, classical piano or orchestral music, but for others this would put them on edge.
Personally, I love relaxing and exercising to chilled out Lo-fi electro vibes, but sometimes I switch it up with other choices depending on my mood.
You may love up beat pop hits to find your happy place, or bring back nostalgic memories with heavier rock from your teen years. Perhaps some crooner or smooth jazz will hit the spot.
Trust your ear and keep moving the musical dial with your tastes and moods.
Point is, great art ties us together in unity of purpose.
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