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Question:  “I always have a massive come down after my pre-workout wears off.  It makes me avoid them altogether.  Any suggestions on what I can do to better fuel my 5am Tabata sessions?”

Taylor

Come downs or “crashes” following caffeine consumption aren’t fun.  Let’s start by first establishing what causes the crash.  Then we’ll look at how to better fuel your session and avoid it (within reason).

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By Alexander Perkins

The ever increasing financial benefit of enhancing performance in elite level sports, has correlated in a similarly increasing investment in sports science research.  A lot of this research has looked at the potential of certain ingredients to directly increase performance following ingestion, which soon end up in one of the highest selling supplement categories on the market: pre-workouts.  But how do you sort between what works and what doesn’t?  To give a clear platform on where to start, we’ve outlined three of the top pre-workout ingredients that have a high level of evidence supporting their benefits to performance. 

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by Alexander Perkins

I wouldn’t hesitate to guess that the vast majority of you reading this have struggled to shift body fat at some point in your life.  There’s good reason for this.  Your body simply doesn’t want to burn fat.  It is programmed to survive.  For example, we know that when body fat starts to drop, circulating levels of hormones involved in homeostatic regulation of body weight start to change [1, 2].  This may be one of the primary reasons behind the high chance of weight regain following diet-induced weight-loss.  It’s also party responsible for the ridiculous cravings that come with any calorie restricted diet. 

The barriers don’t end there.  There are several factors that can hinder fat loss, or alter your mind state and reduce your ability to stick to your diet.  Here are six of them:  

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A superfoods powder can bring about many benefits, other than providing a convenient source of vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients, and amino acids that can improve the nutritional density of a diet. Using common ingredients like wheat grass, barley grass, spirulina and chlorella amongst a litany of other potential ingredients including algae’s, vegetables, fruits, herbs and spices. These may come in individual powders or blended formulas. When talking to a customer about greens powders and superfoods alike, a very common question that I hear is:

“But… how does it taste? I can’t drink anything that tastes like grass!”

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5/05/2017 2:45 pm By Alexander Perkins superfoods, capsules, super foods, powders, barley grass, Health and Wellness,

 

Post-workout nutrition need not be as complex as one might think. There are three key ingredients that every individual should be looking for in their post-workout supplement or shake; protein, carbohydrate and creatine. Whilst the quantity of each may differ depending on one’s goal, their use is independent of whether you’re trying to build muscle, burn fat, or aid recovery and performance.

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