Do you even lift bro? Getting into a workout routine can be difficult. Working out after a night out with friends even tougher. At NextDay, we understand those challenges and designed a beverage to specifically assist you after a night out to feel better, but also delivers energy to actually improve your workout.
As we say at NextDay: Celebrate. Recover. Repeat.
To deliver fast recovery and a strong performance, in addition to hangover specific ingredients, we added caffeine and B12. Caffeine and vitamin B12 are both commonly used to enhance athletic performance, but their effects can vary depending on the type of exercise being performed.
Coffee only has caffeine, dehydrates, and doesn't give you B12.
Caffeine is a stimulant that can improve alertness, focus, and endurance, and it has been shown to enhance performance in both strength training and endurance exercise. In strength training, caffeine has been shown to increase muscle strength and power, as well as reduce fatigue, allowing for longer and more intense workouts. In endurance exercise, caffeine has been shown to improve time to exhaustion and increase overall work output.
Vitamin B12, on the other hand, plays an important role in energy metabolism and red blood cell production, which can impact both strength and endurance exercise. B12 deficiency can actually lead to fatigue and weakness, which can negatively affect performance.
Overall, both caffeine and B12 can have a positive impact on workout performance, but the effects can vary depending on the type of exercise being performed. Caffeine is more commonly used for endurance exercise, while B12 is important for overall energy production and can benefit both strength and endurance exercise. Additionally, the combined use of B12 and caffeine is synergistic for energy purposes. We'll talk more in another post about how B12 and caffeine impact adenosine receptors.
Just remember to grab a NextDay to get highly bioavailable caffeine and B12 to get yourself going... whatever happened last night :)