RESTORE MENTAL ALERTNESS & ENERGIZE YOUR WORKOUTS
Particular supplements are the cornerstone of any successful training and nutrition program, and caffeine is definitely a must-have for anyone with serious fitness goals. It is not only great for quick energy, but it’s also a popular fat loss support supplement and workout performance booster. It is included in many thermogenic fat burners and pre-workout supplements.
- Improve Strength
- Improve Mental Clarity
- Increase Focus
The benefits of supplementing with Caffeine are numerous, including improved strength and mental clarity, an increase in focus, improved energy levels and the promotion of fatty acid oxidation. There is 200 mg of caffeine in one tablet of ALLMAX caffeine, about as much as in a large, strong cup of coffee.
THE THERMOGENIC BENEFIT OF CAFFEINE
When it enters the body, it induces a fat-releasing effect called lipolysis, in which fat molecules within fat stores are cleaved into free fatty acids (FFAs) and glycerol. As a result, you have a bunch of liberated FFAs shooting around in your body that can be used to fuel your workout. Combining caffeine supplementation with a good training session, increases fatty acid oxidation and promotes fat burning!
IMPROVES YOUR ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
Caffeine is a very popular ingredient in many pre-workouts, and with good reason. It not only raises adrenaline it also stimulates the Central Nervous System (CNS), allowing you to push even harder and delaying your time to exhaustion. Simply put, caffeine increases your pain threshold, making lifts feel easier, lowering your perceived level of effort, and can help you lift heavier and smash some pretty decent PRs!
IMPROVE MENTAL CLARITY & INCREASE FOCUS
Numerous studies point to the positive effect of caffeine on tasks related to alertness. There are also significant results related to vigilance and reaction time. One study demonstrated the effect of increased physical performance of run times and obstacle course completion times when caffeine was consumed prior to activity.
WHY NOT JUST DRINK A CUP OF COFFEE?
Simply, the cost of supplementing with pills is more affordable in comparison to a cup of java. It’s also easier to get in your caffeine intake anywhere, just throw a bottle in your gym bag and you will always have it for your next big training session!
ALLMAX Caffeine is available in a 100 Tablet size.
|Serving Size:||1 tablet|
|Servings Per Container:||100|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Caffeine (as Caffeine Anhydrous)||200 mg||†|
|Other Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Croscarmellose Sodium.|
* Percent daily values are based on a 2000 calorie diet
† Daily Value not established
Caffeine is an alkoid and is found in guarana, kola nuts, coffee, tea and cocoa beans. It is the most popular drug in the world and is a powerful stimulant to the central nervous system. After caffeine is consumed, it is absorbed into the bloodstream and other body tissues. It takes about half an hour to experience peak concentration in the body.
Caffeine has been found to be safe in several research studies, as long as it is consumed in moderation. The FDA deemed normal caffeine intake as safe and said that it posed no increased health risk.
Caffeine can help temporarily restore mental awareness or wakefulness when experiencing fatigue or drowsiness.
No, caffeine intake should never replace sleep. Caffeine can help to restore wakefulness if you haven’t experienced enough sleep, but should never be used as a substitute for actual sleep.
Not everyone tolerates caffeine well. You’ll need to experiment to determine the amount that you can handle best. Some possible side effects include nervousness, tremors, irritability, insomnia, mood swings and depression. As caffeine is a drug, you may build up a dependence on it and find it difficult to function without it. But remember that everyone is different and reactions to caffeine consumption vary.
Many studies have been conducted on Caffeine’s role in the gym. It has been found to have a positive effect on improving athletic performance. Specifically, during endurance exercise supplementing with 3-9 mg of caffeine has been shown to delay fatigue and improve endurance performance. The studies conducted on caffeine’s effects during shorter term exercises such as strength training have also proved to be positive in the ability to help increase work output.
Caffeine has a thermogenic response on the body. It helps to increase the rate of lipolysis and can increase the metabolism. Caffeine has also been found to help suppress the appetite.
Take 1 tablet no more than every 3 to 4 hours up to a maximum of 1000 mg (5 tablets) in 24 hours.
No, if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding you should not take caffeine supplements. You should also try to limit your caffeine consumption during your pregnancy.
There is 200 mg of caffeine in one tablet of ALLMAX caffeine, about as much as in a large, strong cup of coffee.