Tag pre-workout

Do Pre-Workout Supplements Break Your Fast?

Pre-workout supplements are one of the most popular supplement categories out there. They’re hip, they’re cool, they come in delicious flavors and they power you through your workouts. Intermittent fasting, or periods of not eating, is also becoming more and… Continue Reading →

Agmatine Sulfate for Bodybuilding, Performance, and Pain

Agmatine Sulfate has been on the rise as a popular supplement for a host of reasons in last few years. In this article, we’ll be talking specifically about its role as a typical bodybuilding supplement. In other words, agmatine’s role… Continue Reading →

Can You (Or Should You) Take Pre-Workout on An Empty Stomach

Some of our other articles on pre-workouts like, where the pre-workout ‘itch’ comes, 3 simple pre-workout strategies, and the experimental pre-workout supplement, prompted some great follow-up questions. One that came up is… Whether you can take pre-workout on an empty… Continue Reading →

Why Does Pre-Workout Make You Itchy?

Pre-workout is one of the most popular supplement categories. While the name “pre-workout” implies a whole host of products, ingredients, and formulas, the term has come to refer to a specific category of products. These products have a few ingredients… Continue Reading →

How to Use Kratom as a Pre-Workout Safely and Effectively: Benefits, Risks, and The Best Kratom for Your Workout

Kratom (mitragyna speciosa) comes from the kratom tree native to Southeast Asia. We’ve written about it at length, so for a primer you can check out this article. Because of its stimulating effects, kratom has been used as a work… Continue Reading →

3 Simple Pre-Workout Strategies to Have Your Best Workout of The Month

Most advice telling you what to do before training involves advice that isn’t wrong, but it’s not useful. We all know that getting a good night’s sleep and eating well and having consistent routines are important to have a good… Continue Reading →

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