“Do not wait; the time will never be ‘just right.’ Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along,” ~ George Herbert
Approximately 50% of people who begin exercising will quit within the first 6 weeks. Fortunately, there are several techniques you can use to not only get you motivated to start working out, but some techniques to stay motivated as well.
Get Your Motor Revin’ With Caffeine
Caffeine has been shown to improve physical performance. Pretty much every effective pre-workout drink is packed with the substance. It improves power, endurance, and increases the percentage of calories expended from fat reserves instead of carbohydrates.
With all the proven benefits to exercise caffeine should already be a staple in your supplement arsenal. If you need some quick energy, consume about 200mg of caffeine and see what that does for your ability to get out the door! Recent studies have shown that up to 200 mg of caffeine/ day does not dehydrate you but we still urge you to drink lots of water when working out!