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Why You WANT Infinergy in Your Pre-Workout!🚀

Posted February 21, 2023

Caffeine is the world’s most consumed drug. In this day and age, we see it utilized anywhere that requires a little extra ‘oomph’, such as a performance enhancer for exercise or just in our daily wake-up routine. Caffeine is a natural substance found in over 60 plants, and the good news is that the supplement industry has found even better ways to enjoy caffeine, especially for exercise performance.

The positive effects of caffeine are well known and documented, ranging from improved mental alertness, increased power output, raised metabolic rates, and increased anaerobic efficiency. It is a substance that needs to be appropriately dosed in order to lower the risk of the “jitters”, nausea, and the dreaded crash. If we exercise regularly and want to enjoy the benefits of caffeine to elevate our workouts, one specific supplement - Infinergy - can help us reap benefits without many of the side effects.

Infinergy (Di-Caffeine Malate) is a patented ingredient developed by an innovative supplement ingredient supplier called Creative Compounds. It’s a precise combination of caffeine and malic acid, fused together using an ionic bond. The malic acid works to “buffer” the salts in caffeine, allowing for easier digestion and effective replenishment of energy, minimizing any potential crash. Infinergy contains approximately 75% caffeine and 25% malic acid by molecular weight and is a milder form of caffeine. This means a longer-lasting stimulatory effect is available while mitigating any feeling of the jitters.

The fact that Infinergy is a buffered version of caffeine allows for the same stimulatory effects but without the stomach discomfort that some of us experience. Malic acid works to improve the stomach’s digestive functions while also playing an important role in the Krebs cycle - the intracellular process of energy production.

Infinergy helps to reduce fatigue, improve concentration, increase physical performance and boost thermogenesis. In particular, it reduces sedation and relaxation by inhibiting the production of adenosine, a chemical we often hear associated with sleep. This results in an increase in wakefulness, focus, body coordination and performance in cardiovascular and anaerobic exercise.

For those of us who are acquainted with caffeine and consume it regularly, the recommended dosage is about 300-400mg. As mentioned earlier, Infinergy contains only 75% caffeine, so the malic acid helps to balance out the intensity. For those sensitive to caffeine, lower doses of 100-175mg will offer a mild stimulative effect, but with minimal chances of adverse side effects. Infinergy starts working as soon as it enters the bloodstream, which is typically 15-30 minutes after consumption, and we can expect to experience an increase in mental alertness, concentration, mental focus and physical energy within this timeframe. Consistent use in conjunction with a sensible diet and workout regimen will offer the full performance enhancing effects of Infinergy within the first 2 weeks of use.

To take advantage of the anti-fatigue and performance enhancing properties of Infinergy, it is best taken first thing in the morning or 15-30 minutes before exercise. Pre-workout supplements containing Infinergy should be taken with water before exercise, and a great option is Vedge Pre-workout. Not only does it offer the benefits of Infinergy, but it also contains another unique ingredient called elevATP®. This compound was designed to support mitochondrial energy-producing processes to stimulate cellular energy production in the form of ATP. Having extra ATP increases our cellular function, upregulates health, and boosts performance. This supplement can completely change how effective a workout is and allow us to get the most out of each and every session.

By Vedge Nutrition

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