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Caffeine is a natural stimulant that is commonly found in pre-workout supplements and can be found in coffee, tea, and cocoa beans. It is known to enhance athletic performance by reducing fatigue, improving endurance, and increasing alertness. However, while caffeine can be beneficial for some people, it can also pose some concerns for others. While many enjoy a cup of coffee throughout the day, it is important that before taking my pre-workout you check with your doctor.

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant, which means that it can increase alertness and reduce fatigue and works by blocking the action of adenosine, a neurotransmitter that is responsible for making us feel tired. When adenosine is blocked, our brain produces more dopamine and norepinephrine, which are responsible for enhancing our mood, increasing our heart rate, and boosting our metabolism.

One of the most significant benefits of caffeine is its ability to improve endurance. It has been shown to increase the time to exhaustion, which means that you can exercise for longer periods of time without feeling fatigued. This is particularly beneficial for endurance athletes, such as runners and cyclists, who need to maintain their energy levels for long periods.

Caffeine is also known to enhance cognitive function. It can improve focus, alertness, and reaction time, which can be particularly beneficial for athletes who need to be mentally sharp during their workouts. Additionally, caffeine can increase metabolism, which can help with weight loss.


Cautions Apply

While caffeine can be beneficial for some people, it can also pose some concerns as caffeine can cause anxiety, and insomnia especially in young children which is why it is not recommended for pregnant or women breastfeeding. Caffeine can cause dehydration which is why it is important to remain hydrated and drink plenty of water during exercise.

It takes 5 to 30 minutes after digesting to begin working and whilst being known as a performance enhancing drug it remains a legal supplement in all sports and not on the anti-doping register. While no limits on how much caffeine someone can ingest it is advised people should not consume more than 400mg per day.

We’re pushing the limits in our pre-workout and we’ve got a whopping 300mg of Caffeine so it isn’t recommended to be consumed late in the evening. We want you to experience the full benefits and performance enhancement, But tread lightly!

Check out our other core ingredients Citrulline, Creatine, Beta Alanine stay tuned for more of our core ingredients.

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