Caffeine contributes to improve endurance ability and performance and to reduce the effort perception during endurance physical activity. Moreover, caffeine stimulates the central nervous system reducing fatigue but also blocking adenosine that has a calming effect on nerve cells, extending the alert threshold.
Caffeine improves muscle contraction and increases the heart rate and contraction force of the heart by stimulating adrenaline that is cardiotonic.
It can improve the use of fat to produce energy. Caffeine promotes the release of epinephrine that stimulates the release of the stored fat, and increases cyclic AMP that activates enzymes such as lipase. The best use of fat during physical exercise allows saving muscle glycogen that is limited and extremely connected to aerobic performance. It also has a thermogenic effect.
With exercise in warm environments, caffeine is not recommended because of its diuretic property. Caffeine inhibits the action of our vasopressin natriuretic hormone (ADH), promoting the loss of water in the urine and risking dehydration.
In cases of excessive intake or if used by non-routine users, it can cause irritability, anxiety, shaking, headaches, insomnia and high heart rate.
Take one tablet once a day with water or other favourite beverage, 30-45 minutes before workout. Do not chew the product.
Anhydrous caffeine, bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose; anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.