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There are a couple of things here that are worth looking at further. Firstly, obviously, you are very keen on working out. I am pleased to see that you are having a day off a week. However, if you have been working out day in, day out over a long period, it maybe that you need a few days off. Any decent training program will have hard easy weeks, and ...


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Fadi Hanna AL-Kass, You said you've been training for 4 years straight. Have you been performing the same routine or mixing them up? Many times, people get bored after performing the same routines for a very long time. So, if you notice that you've been performing the same routine for a while, that could be the reason for your lackluster energy. Go online, ...


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What effects, both positive and negative, will I see in the immediate short term once I stop consuming these drinks... Positive: You will probably lose weight. Two litres of soda is about 800 Calories. For context, government agencies suggest the average person requires about 2000 Calories per day. So you are drinking nearly half of your require ...


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I would pick one sugar or caffeine. It is much more likely that you will fail if you if try to quit both at the same time. To address the question of reducing the craving. Make a habit of drinking 1 cup of water first thing when you wake up in the morning (drink more water in general). Dehydration is a contributing factor to fatigue. Calorie ...


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There are pre-workout supplements that are non-stimulant (Magnum's Opus comes to mind). Most pre-workout formulations rely on trying to stave off CNS fatigue (which is not a thoroughly understood topic). CNS fatigue is prevented (in varying degrees) by: carbohydrates amphetamines caffeine I'd be a little wary of "I drank a cup of coffee before some ...



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