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How to Use Pre-Workout Supplements

Just like how people have unique fitness goals, pre-workout formulas can be designed for specific goals. Pre-workouts can be specifically formulated for different fitness goals and for different experience levels, from beginners to advanced. There are various types of pre-workout supplements that vary based on one’s fitness goals, delivery format (powder or pill), and dosage amounts.

Pre-Workout for Muscle Gain: are pre-workouts formulated with ingredients that support increased muscle size and strength. These formulas feature ingredients like creatine and beta-alanine, ingredients that can support increased absolute strength and muscular endurance so that people can lift more and do more reps. An example of pre-workouts formulated for muscle gain are C4 Original and C4 Ultimate.

Pre-Workout for Weight Loss: are pre-workouts formulated to support increased fat burning. These pre-workouts are popular with people looking to cut weight and get shredded. These formulas feature ingredients that support increased thermogenesis. Thermogenesis is a process where our bodies produce heat which can contribute to increased calories being burned. An example of pre-workouts formulated for muscle gain are C4 Ripped and C4 Ultimate Shred.

Pre-Workout Formulas Developed for Your Goals

Pre-workouts are multi-ingredient supplements designed to prime our body for performance. Pre-workouts are formulated to support increased energy, endurance, strength, and focus. Whether you like to go outside for light jogs or prefer pushing major weight in the gym, the right type of pre-workout can help give you a boost.

Pre-workouts contain stimulants like caffeine for increased energy and alertness, beta-alanine for increased muscular endurance, nitric oxide boosters to support increased blood flow and muscle pumps, creatine for increased strength and size. The many benefits of pre workout supplements include: increased energy, increased endurance, increased muscle pumps and strength, as well as, increased focus during your exercise.

Frequently Asked Questions

When to Take Pre-Workout?

Follow the suggested directions on the product label. In general, pre-workouts are taken 20-60 minutes before a workout.

How Long Does It Take for Pre-workout to Kick In?

Two of the most common ingredients in most pre-workouts, caffeine and beta-alanine, are also two of the ingredients that have the most noticeable sensory experiences. Caffeine levels tend to peak within an hour of ingesting it, with some people metabolizing it faster or slower than others. While beta-alanine levels tend to peak within 30 minutes of ingestion.

How Long Does Pre-Workout Last?

In general, the energy from pre workout supplements will last a few hours. The length of time that the sensory experiences from pre-workout will last will vary based on the ingredients in the formula, the dosages, and individual metabolization of these ingredients. An ingredient like caffeine has a half-life of about 5 hours, meaning that it takes about 5 hours for the body to excrete half the dosage of caffeine you ingested. While the harmless tingling sensation that’s associated with beta-alanine tend to subside about an hour after ingestion.

Can You Stack Pre-Workouts?

Yes, you can stack other sports nutrition products like nitric oxide boosters, non-caffeinated amino acid formulas, and creatine with your pre-workout. However, it is not recommended that you stack pre-workouts with other products that contain stimulants like caffeine.

How Much Caffeine is In Pre Workouts? 

It’s important to be mindful of your individual caffeine tolerance levels and the caffeine content found in pre-workouts when you’re considering a product. If you’re someone who frequently consumes caffeine a pre-workout that has a higher caffeine content may suit your preferences while someone that rarely consumes caffeine would likely prefer a pre-workout with a lower caffeine content.