Taking caffeine before a workout may seem counter intuitive to some, but science says otherwise. When you hit the gym, the benefit you see at the end of the session will often times be determined by the level of effort you exert during the workout (I say often because nutrition also plays a huge factor). Spending 45 minutes in the gym doing crappy workout takes the same amount of time to do a great workout. How you fuel yourself will ultimately determine if you spent that 45 minutes wisely or should have just stayed in bed. If caffeine is something you should take before a workout, what is it going to do and how much should you take?
If you lift weights, or if you plan to lift weights, then you should familiar with the soreness experienced the day (or days) following a good workout. Sometimes its just a moderate amount of discomfort. Other times you may have trouble sitting on the toilet for a couple days because of the muscle soreness after…
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