3 BIG MISTAKES WITH YOUR PRE-WORKOUT

 Pre-Workout, as the name suggests is consumed before you start on your workout schedule. But are we just consuming it the way we want or the way it actually has to be taken?

Pre-Workouts when clubbed with proteins and burners, give best results. When these days everyone is ready to go for shortcuts, supplements are a good pack.

But, what mistakes are you making for this supplement intake as it is not showing you desired results?

1. CONSUMING THE SUPPLEMENT ON AN EMPTY STOMACH:

Never consume your pre-workout supplement on an empty stomach.

Be it the first thing in the morning or staying hungry for more than 4 hours in the evening. Instead of having positive effects on your workout this might make things worse if not taken timely.

Even if you normally consume caffeine on an empty stomach you might feel a little light-headed or perhaps nauseous. Similarly, when you drink a pre-workout supplement with about 300 milligrams of caffeine on an empty stomach you will pretty much feel exactly the same way.

Not a very good plan before you start a good workout is it. So to be on the safer side it is always better to have eaten a small meal 30-60 minutes before hitting the gym.

Those extra nutrients will help you push through your workout and keep your energy up. 

Keep in Mind: You should not start your gyming while empty stomach. Make sure you’ve had a fruit at least 30 mins prior to the workout or a proper meal at least 1 hour prior. While you consume your pre-workout, make sure you’re not letting it affect your health by taking it on an empty stomach for long.

 

2. WRONG TIMING OF PRE WORKOUT INTAKE:

It is often observed that people are walking into the gym, drinking their pre-workout supplements.

Whereas, researchers prove that many ingredients in your pre-workout take 30-60 minutes to get fully activated in your blood.

If you decide to consume your supplements while you are in the gym or right before you start to workout, you must be ready to see no such effects of it. With slow activation of some ingredients and early activation of some, you might see partial results and not the desired ones.

Consumption of your pre-workout supplement later in the evening might cause insomnia too. It should be a matter of concern for you to not to consume it too late to avoid such issues.

Keep in mind: To maximize the effects of your pre-workout supplement, take them about half an hour prior to your workout. What this does is that the ingredients get time to enter your bloodstream.

 

3. DOES YOUR PRE-WORKOUT SUPPLEMENT HAS ALL THE INGREDIENTS?

A pre-Workout supplement has a lot many ingredients which are difficult for you to count on fingers. There is a wide range of products available in the market these days, some of them are actually very good and some of them are below the line.

Looking for all the ingredients in one box will not be a good idea but instead, you can definitely choose one which has below-mentioned ingredients as mains.

Caffeine: To kick away the fatigue and get more energy for another set of your exercise, Caffeine in the supplement should be there.


Citrulline Malate: Your muscles require ample amount of oxygen and extra energy to work hard. This ingredient in your supplement will provide more energy to boost your performance.


Creatine Monohydrate: Creatine helps in improving muscle mass and gaining strength. It can be consumed at any time of the day but should definitely be there in you Pre-workout supplement.

Keep in mind: It is not necessary for your supplement to have all the ingredients. But it should be important that it doesn’t put any side effect and should have basic ingredients required to boost your metabolism and increase your stamina.

 

CONCLUSION: While you are focussed on your gyming schedules, you must look on to good pre-workout supplements which help you in a good manner. 

 

Do let us know if any of the tips helped you and drop your comments and share the article to help others too. 



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