Your body needs
What is in
The most common ingredients in
Carbohydrates are essential for energy. Carbs are your body's primary source of energy. When you're exercising, your body will use the carbohydrates your body has stored (glycogen), so it's recommended that you have carbs readily available to increase energy availability and athletic performance.
Like carbohydrates, you're probably very familiar with caffeine. For those of you living under a rock, caffeine is a stimulant that provides you with a powerful energy boost and alertness. Studies have shown that caffeine can have a positive impact on your athletic performance by making activity feel less strenuous. Caffeine helps muscles burn fat for energy instead of glycogen, which provides you with more energy than without. Additionally, caffeine improves your ability to produce power.
Beetroot juice is probably something you're less familiar with than the previous two but yields importance. Beetroot juice helps increase blow flow and decreases stress on your heart during exercise.
Lastly, creatine monohydrate is often found in
What are the side effects of
Potential side effects for many dietary supplements are easily found on popular medical and health websites. As with any stimulant, it is important to do the appropriate research and consume dosages appropriate for your workout goals.
Generally speaking, creatine is well known to lead to stomach irritation, so you could end up ruining your workout before you even get started. Likewise, too much caffeine can lead to increased heart rate, blood pressure, and a higher chance of cardiac arrest. Studies also suggest that the combination of high levels of caffeine with certain amino acids, like taurine, can lead to unintended consequences like cardiac death and myocardial infarction.
When should you take
Caffeine usually reaches it's peak 45 minutes after consuming. With most
Are there pre workout drinks without caffeine?
Yes, there are
Are there pre-workout drinks without creatine?
Yes, there are plenty of
Is there an FDA regulated natural
The FDA regulates many ingredients that are often found in
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