don’t need to let this get in the way of your motivation to exercise. Simply mix up a drink of your favourite pre-workout and you’ll be good to.
There exists a pretty wide variety of pre workouts on the market. Not just in flavour but also in strength and intended effect. For example, one of the more popular types of preworkout are nitrous oxide pre workouts. These pre workouts work to increase the flow of oxygen around your blood.
This can result in you getting a better pump and being able to exert your muscles slightly more.
Some pre workouts even have amino acids integrated through them. This can help with muscular repair and recovery and result in quicker recovery times and less DOMs further down the line.
There’s a variety of flavours available on the market too. It can be pretty tricky to cover up the taste of the many powerful stimulants present through these complexes. With that being said, though, plenty of brands out there do a pretty good job of doing exactly this.
Beta alanine is present throughout many of these products, also. This can produce a tingling sensation - it’s primarily used to give you a physical indication that you have begun to metabolize the ingredients present in the preworkout. If the workout has creatine through it this can be an indicator that you’re going to start feeling the strength benefits of the creatine.
Common flavours you can expect to see include orange, tropical, lemon sherbert and blue raspberry.