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Pre-Workout Articles: Pre-Workout powders are supplements designed specifically to support your training performance, muscular endurance, mental focus and sometimes physical strength. In todays market there are basically two types of pre-workout: High Energy or Muscle Volumizing!

  Pre-Workout Usage Nutritional Tips!

8x Mr. Olympia Lee Haney

In todays world of working out when people hear the term pre-workout they almost immediately go to some form of powdered supplement. Hey having a pre-workout drink is very much okay but pre-workout mean way more than just have a pre-workout drink. Pre-workout also means what the hell are you eating 90-60 minutes before your training session. One of the best a least expensive pre-workout meals you can have you probably had as a child - PB&J sandwich! Yup a peanut butter & jelly sandwich! A couple PB&J's have fueled many a heavy leg session throughout bodybuilding history!

When it comes to pre-workout powders you gonna have to be specific in what your training goals are, muscle mass or leaning out. If you going for a cut look you lean more toward the higher energy pre-workouts that get you amped to the gills and keeps you their for hours. If that isn't your goals and you're looking for steady energy and maximum muscle energy you'll be better with some thing less caffeinated and more toward cell volumizing. Top 5 Pre-Workout Meals:
  1. PBJ sandwich
  2. A peanut butter and banana sandwich.
  3. Greek yogurt with berries / fruit
  4. Oatmeal with low-fat milk and fruit
  5. Apple and peanut or almond butter
  6. Low Calorie Whey protein shake
5 Bets Pre-Workout Powders:
  1. Jacked Factory NITROSURGE SHRED
  2. Cellucor C4 Ultimate
  3. Evlution Nutrition ENGN
  4. Cellucor C4
  5. Jacked Factory NITROSURGE

Pre-Workout Nutritional Hints:

  • More Caffeine is NOT always better: Withe the sky rocketing amounts of caffeine being poured into some of the pre-workout powders on the market it is not a good thing. Caffeine is NOT to be played with as it can be hazardous to you health and cause allot of adverse problems, so if your not a energy junky - micro dose before using a full dose to judge you own tolerance!
  • Pump the Nitric Oxide: If your just looking to get a little energy but more a muscle push stick to pre-workout supplement the have a greater emphasis on muscle cell volumization and pair that with an amino acid intra-workout drink to keep the pump going throughout your workout!


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