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Pre-workout incentives, also called pre-workout supplements, improve physical performance and strength during workouts. These stimulants have the ability to release the necessary amount of energy in the body, helping to properly prepare the body before a hard workout. Incentives can also be used by people who are not active in sports to increase their concentration and attention. Pre-workout incentives can be divided into complex incentives and single-component incentives. Complex pre-workout stimulants combine several active ingredients, and this combination offers all the benefits. Single-component pre-workout stimulants contain a single active substance, with many benefits for the body.

Pre-workout incentives and their effects:

  • Improve and maintain physical performance throughout training
  • It releases the necessary dose of energy into the body
  • They have the ability to stimulate the body, before and during training

Active substances in the list of ingredients of pre-training incentives:
Caffeine is a powerful stimulant that is used to improve physical performance and increase energy levels. It also increases the power of concentration and attention, but also has a positive effect on metabolism. Recent studies have shown that it can actively increase physical strength by increasing the mobilization of calcium in muscle cells. The optimal dose for performance improvement varies between 200 and 400 mg.

Citrulline malate is a combination of the amino acids L-citrulline and malate, meaning malic acid, which helps increase physical performance and accelerates the regeneration of muscle mass. The liver converts it into l-arginine, which effectively increases the level of arginine in the body. It increases the level of arginine naturally, and due to this the muscle is better vascularized, increases the level of strength and improves performance.

Green tea can be found in many forms. It is beneficial for bodybuilders and athletes because it helps protect the musculoskeletal system. Green tea is also an excellent fat burner and is often used during diets. It contains substances such as catechins that have antioxidant effects, but it also contains caffeine. Therefore, you should pay attention to what part of the day you are consuming. If you are sensitive to caffeine, it should not be consumed in the second half of the day or before bedtime.

Folic acid is actually vitamin B9, also known as vitamin M, folacin or folate. Folic acid is present in the formation of amino acids such as tryptophan, cystine or methionine. The intake of folic acid is very important for the human body, so you should take it from foods such as (spinach, lettuce, melon) or nutritional supplements.

Taurine is a non-essential stimulant and amino acid that promotes the activity of the nervous system. Improves physical and mental activity, reduces fatigue and exhaustion. The advantage is that it accelerates the recovery of muscle fibers after training and restores energy supply. Taking taurine during training accelerates the transfer of carbohydrates to muscle cells, which guarantees you greater strength and endurance that you can use for more repetitions.

Creatine is an organic acid composed of amino acids such as methionine, glycine and arginine. Creatine is found naturally in the human body and helps to supply energy to the muscles. This helps to increase muscle mass, endurance and muscle strength. The most popular form is creatine monohydrate. We also know other forms of creatine, such as ethyl ester (EEC), creatine Ph-X or complex creatine which are composed of several ingredients.

Tribulus Terrestris is a very powerful extract, obtained from a plant called Babes' Fangs that contains up to 95% saponins. It is an ideal stimulant for increasing endurance and physical performance, but it also helps to restore damaged muscle fiber during intensive workouts.

Lysine is an amino acid that plays an important role in increasing muscle mass, healing and regenerating the body. It also maintains a positive nitrogen balance, contributing to the formation of an anabolic environment in the body.

Glycine is the simplest amino acid, and in protein it occurs in a very small proportion, except for collagen and elastin. As an amino acid, it plays an important role in the synthesis of proteins, but especially of collagen. For the body, glycine is essential for the proper functioning of enzymes and the formation of hemoglobin. Glycine is known for its sweet taste and is therefore used as a taste and flavor enhancer for various dishes.

Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid that is beneficial for the physical and mental balance of the body. It has the ability to produce dopamine and norepinephrine. Tyrosine works against stress and can relieve fatigue or depression. Its deficiency can cause an increased appetite, which leads to weight gain. Tyrosine works well with caffeine.



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