When I first put music into my Apple library of music on my iPhone, the first thing I did with my collection of songs was craft a series of playlists. I created a playlist for music to fall asleep to and I generated music that consisted of my favorite songs to listen to while I study.
But before all of this, I designed a playlist that would be able to provide the soundtrack to my workouts.
When I go for runs or I do some strength building exercises, I enjoy having music playing in my ear that is geared toward being exercise-specific music because it motivates me and it helps keep me from getting too bored while conducting a workout that might tend to get tedious or repetitive at times.
Of course, in this day and age, there are so many different ways to listen to music that Apple Music might actually be one of the lesser listened to mediums for music.
Now, music is gravitating more towards the streaming world (just as movies and television are) and platforms like Spotify and Pandora have only gained in popularity in recent years.
Naturally, this does not mean that making playlists is a perk that is specific only to Apple devices because Spotify also has the capacity to craft a killer workout mix. On the other hand, this does not necessarily solve the problem of what you should bring with you for a workout in terms of technology.
It can be very uncomfortable to carry around a phone or a music player that is forced to be handheld. That is why Mighty is so good.
Mighty is a music device that can hold a wide array of songs and it can be clipped to any piece of clothing that is easiest for you to workout with, without being inhibited.