caffeine

Caffeine and carbs are both popular pre-workout aids. What happens if you put them together?
In my previous two articles, I covered some simple ways to improve performance. But now what happens when we tune up the body a bit with some premium fuel?
How effective is caffeine as an aid to performance? Does it have other benefits or disadvantages? Here are ten articles to answer these questions, and others.
The creators of the Amara sports drink wanted to make a healthier, unprocessed version of an athletic drink. A drink that was a traditional sports drink, energy drink, and superfood drink.
We all know caffeine provides an energy boost, but a new study reveals yet another perk you get from your cup of joe: decreased muscle soreness.
Most athletes use some kind of ergogenic aid to improve their performance. Are you using aids that really work or falling for a gimmick? A new review helps answer that question.
About Time's Auxiliary Energy Pre Workout Formula provides a good dose of aminos, herbal ingredients, vitamins, and of course, caffeine for a nice pre-workout energy boost.
A new study was inconclusive about the benefits of caffeine supplementation, but at closer look the study might not have been looking in the right places as caffeine can be quite beneficial.
Lots of supplements companies offer mixes of pre- and post-workout supplements. Are these mixes effective? One recent study looked at NO-Shotgun and NO-Synthesize and said yes.
There are rumors that caffeine can boost your testosterone, and there are those who say the opposite. Recently researchers took a look to determine the actual impact of coffee on testosterone.
You know you get a boost from caffeine, but are taurine and B-vitamins in your energy drink doing anything at all? Scientists tested Redbull to determine if those other ingredients help.
Recent studies show caffeine can increase the performance of aging muscles through improved muscle movement and breathing capacity.
There is no doubt that caffeine plays a role in increasing performance, but just how much does it really help? Recent research looked at different dosages and the scientifically measured benefits.
Caffeine is the most widely used drug in the world. It’s cheap, legal, and socially acceptable. But what are the effects of energy drinks on our health and performance? Good or bad?
The ergogenic effects of caffeine have been examined many times in recent years. New research in a full literature review confirms further that caffeine intake does enhance human performance.
New research examines effect of caffeine ingestion on sports performance in athletes.