Get Better Pumps From Your Pre-Workout Instantly With This Trick
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Hey what’s up, I’m Thomas DeLauer and I’m a nutrition specialist with Six Pack Shortcuts. Today we’re going to talk about a pre-workout cocktail to help you absorb more nutrients, which will give you more energy and improve the effects of your pre-workout.
0:34 – The components are as follows: Spring water that you trust, and you know isn’t tap water.
0:45 – A little bit of honey – organic, if you can so you can get some instant energy from the fructose.
1:00 – Then we’ve got a little bit of cinnamon which will help you metabolize carbohydrates, which will help the honey be more effective. It’ll also make sure you utilize the carbohydrates so they don’t get stored as fat.
1:16 – If you drink this pre-workout, it makes sure that you’re going to get the carbs where you need them so you have the strength you need in the gym.
1:23 – Then, of course, we need apple cider vinegar. I talk a lot about this stuff, and that’s because it helps regulate your digestive system, get your pH balance inline.
1:38 – We’ve also got some stevia which is optional – you can use this to enhance the taste and get rid of some of the citrusy, bitterness that you’ll taste in the drink.
1:46 – Lastly of course, we’ve got a lime, or you can use a lemon. We’re using citrus because it helps a lot with inflammation. It draws uric acid out of the joints, which can help alleviate joint pain when you’re in the gym. This can happen if you’re young or old – you’re causing stress on the joints when you’re lifting and working out, so it’s important to keep those joints healthy.
2:16 – Now the overall purpose of this drink is to help you absorb more nutrients because at the need of the day if you’re eating 4 oz of protein, but you’re only absorbing 2oz – then you’re wasting those other 2 oz and we all know how hard it can be to get in all the correct amounts of food you need day in and day out.
2:38 – FIrst thing we need to do is take one to two limes or lemons. Try to get one with a thin skin, which will likely have more juice. Use a little juicer to juice the lime/lemon. Lime and lemon are also shown to help boost seratonin levels.
3:36 – Next thing you’ll do is take a splash of apple cider vinegar to regulate pH and stimulate stomach acid. Add about 2 tablespoons.
4:07 – Now the cinammon. You’ll only need about a quarter teaspoon of that.
4:18 – Then add the honey – about a tablespoon – but you can add more if you have a heavy day that requires more energy. Just know that there are about 16 grams of carbs per tablespoon.
4:37 – Now I’m going to add my spring water. I just eyeball it – whatever you need to dilute it and get the right taste. You can put a lid on and stir it or shake it up a bit, and there you go.
4:54 – It takes a little bit of getting used to, and it’s not the most amazing tasting thing in the world, but what it does from a physiological/digestive standpoint makes it completely worthwhile.
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