What's in Pre-Workout and the Benefits

What's in Pre-Workout and the Benefits

What's up guys Caleb here, and I'm going to be telling you a little bit about my favorite pre flavor, what's inside and what each thing does. I personally love the Watermelon flavor but the tropical sunrise is a close second. What's inside? There is a list of ingredients inside our pre at Silverbak but, I promise that doesn't mean its junk.

B1 (Thiamine): Important for energy metabolism, particularly in converting carbohydrates into energy.

B2 (Riboflavin): Plays a role in energy production, cellular function, and acts as an antioxidant.

B3 (Niacin): Essential for energy metabolism, DNA repair, and plays a role in maintaining skin health.

B6 (Pyridoxine): Important for amino acid metabolism, neurotransmitter synthesis, and hemoglobin formation.

B12 (Cobalamin): Crucial for DNA synthesis, red blood cell formation, and neurological function.

Folic acid: A synthetic form of vitamin B9, which is a part of the B-vitamin complex. Responsible for DNA synthesis, red blood cell formation, neural tube development and Amino acid metabolism

Beta-Alanine: Beta-alanine is a naturally occurring amino acid that is often included in pre-workout supplements due to its potential benefits for exercise performance. When consumed, beta-alanine is converted into carnosine, a compound that plays a role in buffering acid in muscles, particularly during high-intensity exercise.

Most pre-workouts have a focus matrix to improve concentration during working as well as caffeine to give you that wired energy to get the best results out of a workout. 


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