By MaleProstateHealth • February 14, 2016 • Comments Off on MusclePharm Assault Black review
MusclePharm Assault Black is a pre-workout supplement designed to help provide a pre-training advantage by increasing mental focus, muscle performance, endurance and blood flow. This creates an environment optimal for increasing muscle mass and losing body fat.
MusclePharm Assault Black is definitely formulated with some impressive ingredients. The flavor is good, and each bottle retails for $50 and provides 30 servings. Considering the expansive profile, the price seems affordable.
However, my main gripe is that there is too much caffeine per serving. If caffeine doesn’t affect you as much, MusclePharm Assault Black is worth checking out. If you don’t respond well to caffeine, you may want to take less than a full scoop or maybe try a different product.
One of the most popular ergogenic aids consumed in the world is caffeine. Caffeine can be found in coffee, tea, coca, soft drinks, and energy drinks. And it may surprise you to know this substance also is an ingredient in many other over the counter products. Body builders often use caffeine to help give them an extra boost before heading into the gym to lift weights.
Caffeine is a CNS stimulant acting on adenosine receptors in the brain; its sympathomimetic effects are similar to amphetamines but not as strong. The reason why so many body builders and weight lifters consume caffeine on a regular basis is because it gives the body builder more energy during a workout. A lifter may feel more energized once they consume coffee, energy drinks, or over-the-counter supplements that contain caffeine.
Athletes, including body builders, generally report feeling stronger and more competitive after ingesting a caffeine product, like coffee, because they have more energy during vigorous exercise. And caffeine is known to have metabolic effects on adipose tissue and skeletal muscle as well as on the CNS. Some research suggests it can increase the mobilization and use of free fatty acids, thus sparing muscle glycogen and prolonging endurance activity.
Research studies have proven that caffeine increases concentration, mood, mental alertness, and many others in high-intensity team sports. Caffeine is beneficial for athletes who participate in endurance sports such as: running, cycling and cross country skiing, swimming, rowing, soccer and field hockey. This helps them enhance their work production, accuracy, and speed while competing in competitions.
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