Pre-workout supplements are a popular choice for those looking to gain muscle mass. As body builders do not always expect to turn out to gym with 100% energy every day as pre-workouts help elevate energy levels which may have dropped due to lethargy and lack of motivation. It gets you pumped and ready to go.
They are designed to be consumed 15–45 minutes before your workout, however they do contain common stimulating ingredients like caffeine and others that allow you to work out harder and longer as their longer term effect are not really known.
Pre-workout is designed to help fight weakness, to help you keep going harder and for longer. So while the supplement can be taken in a variety of formats from meals, to shakes to pills and more they're all designed to boost energy levels and increase focus. Here are a few of them that help you work better to build muscle mass as they are included based on if it contains effective ingredients in proportional doses, if it has been tested and if ingredients and doses are rightly listed;
-Nutrex Research Outlift
-Citadel Tier 1
-Genius Brand Pre
-Transparent Stim Free
-Rari Nutrition Infinity
Some of these contain stimulants while others are stimulants free however choosing a high quality pre-workout can be tasking it is important to
-Look for stamps on the product from third-party organizations like Informed Choice or NSF. These organizations test products for quality and substances prohibited in sports.
-Be on the lookout for high quality patent ingredients like Creapure and CarnoSyn are high quality, pure forms of supplement ingredients. As they are often backed by clinical research.
-Avoid Blends which are specific mixture of ingredients in a product as one doesn't know how much of each ingredient the product contains.
Assessing ones preference as pre workout comes in additive flavors, it is also important to understand individual body tolerance as it causes stomach aches in some people.
Additionally, keep in mind that most of the immediate effects of pre-workout products come from their content of stimulants like caffeine or nitric oxide boosters like citrulline. While creatine and beta-alanine are present in many pre-workout supplements, they have no immediate effects. The muscle-gaining effects of these ingredients are only realized when you have consumed them for several weeks.
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