What is Pre-Workout?
Pre-workout supplements, also known as "pre-workouts," are designed to provide you with energy before you exercise. Preworkout supplements are some of the most popular and talked about products in the supplement market. Most people now take a Pre-workout before they exercise. There's a massive choice out there from high stim, to pump only, to fat-burning preworkouts that make you sweat! Our preworkout is designed to be an all-rounder. It will give you energy and focus, it will help with pumps, and it may help with encouraging the use of fat as energy.
Benefits of Pre-Workout supplement (Summer sessions).
Citrulline malate: Increases nitric oxide synthesis which leads to better pumps. Helps delay muscle fatigue by promoting increased aerobic energy.
Beta alanine: Important in the production of carnosine. Carnosine regulates acid build up in muscles. Neutralises free radicals and reduces oxidative stress. Increases time to exhaustion.
Tyrosine: Increases levels of neurotransmitters such as dopamine, adrenaline and norepinephrine.
Taurine: Maintains hydration and electrolyte balance. Helps with removal of waste products from muscles.
Choline Bitartrate: choline supports the nervous system that sends signals to exercising muscles. Specifically, choline is part of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine—the signal that stimulates muscle contraction, which supports muscle movement and performance. Supports lipid metabolism.
Caffeine: A cns stimulant that gives you more energy, focus and alertness. It can increase fat oxidisation and increase exercise intensity. Thermogenic.
Green tea extract: Works synergistically with caffeine. Improves glucose and lipid metabolism. Increases antioxidant protection against oxidative damage caused by exercise. This translates to better exercise performance and recovery.
When to take Pre-Workout
Take the pre-workout (summer sessions) 30 minutes before you exercise. This gives the supplements time to kick in.
What is Post-Workout?
The meal you eat after exercising helps replenish the nutrients your body uses during exercise. Eating after a strength-training session is especially important because your body needs to repair the damage you've done to your muscles. To put your gym efforts to good use, it is critical that you fuel up after a workout to replenish energy stores and aid muscle recovery.
Benefits of Post-Workout Meal
- It hydrates your body
- Helps grow muscle
- its Replenishes Glycogen Storage
- Reduces muscle soreness
“The key is to have a shake like our Slender Blend or our Whey Protein Concentrate mixed with the milk of your choice would be an ideal post-workout nutrutional strategy”