How To Make A Pre Workout

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How To Make A Pre Workout

Pre workouts come in all different shapes, sizes, colors, and potentices. So finding the right one for you usually means guinea-pigging through the vast number of popular products. Or. You skip the hassle and learn how to make a pre workout at home. Making your own pre workouts does involve some guinea-pigging as well, but at least now you can save time and money to just readjust your dosages.Pre workouts often contain a bunch of ingredients that most people can’t properly pronounce. The pre workout stack were going to go over is simple, clean, and most important, effective.

The Stack

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Caffeine:

First and foremost, consider when you workout. If you tend to train later in the evening cut back on caffeine or stimulants as to not interfere with your sleep schedule. Normally we would recommend you take it as a pill/tablet but if you wanted to crush it up and add it to you drink, you can. However this may result in a slightly bitter taste. If you are new to caffeine supplements, start with a 100mg dose. A dose from 200mg to 400mg will be sufficient for individuals more familiar with stimulants.

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Citrulline:

Citrulline supplementation can help reduce fatigue and improve endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic prolonged exercise. For this we recommend Citrulline Malate 2:1, at a dosage somewhere between 5-8 grams. Or you can take less if you wanted to ease into.

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Beta Alanine:

Beta-alanine has been shown to enhance muscular endurance. Its going to help buffer away lactic acid build open. Meaning less of that burning sensation and more reps. We recommend taking between 2-5 grams of Beta Alanine. But consumer be ware, Beta Alanine does may result in a, harmless, tingling feeling called paresthesia.

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Creatine:

Firstly, timing doesn’t matter for creatine. Whether you take it as soon as you wake up or right before the gym, will not alter it’s effectiveness. Creatine is one of the best supplements for improving strength and high-intensity exercise performance. It works by increasing your capacity to produce ATP energy. Many people do a “loading phase” where they take 20 grams per day for 5–7 days. This is not necessary. We recommend taking 5 grams a day. Stomach cramping can occur when creatine is supplemented without sufficient water.

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Tyrosine:

Tyrosine is a precursor to norepinephrine. Stress reduces norepinephrine levels in the brain. Elevated levels of tyrosine increases production of these neurotransmitters when our bodies need more of them. So during a stressful situation, (i.e. exercise), Tyrosine can help with our performance. We recommend taking between 500mg to 2000mg of L-Tyrosine. If you’re using higher doses and you have digestive issues, you can split the doses into two doses separated by at least a half an hour.

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BCAA:

For people with low dietary protein intake/who are fasted when working out, BCAA supplementation can promote muscle protein synthesis and increase muscle growth over time. Supplementation can also be used to prevent fatigue. We recommend using a flavored BCAA to also give the rest of the mix a better taste. But if you prefer to go unflavored, you can always try adding in crystal light or a different water flavor enhancer.

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