Does caffeine help with lifting?

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant and is the worlds most widely consumed psychoactive substance. It is found naturally in coffee, tea and chocolate and is added to cola and energy drinks. Caffeine can also be bought as pills or powders.

Many people believe that caffeine can help to improve their physical performance when lifting weights. However, the research on this is mixed and there is no definitive answer.

One study found that caffeine increased muscle strength and power in a group of young men. However, another study found no significant effects of caffeine on measures of muscle strength or power in a group of young women.

It is possible that the effects of caffeine on lifting performance may vary depending on the persons caffeine intake, genetics and gender. If you are thinking of using caffeine to improve your lifting performance, it is important to experiment and see what works for you.

Caffeine is a stimulant and can therefore have side effects such as making you feel anxious, jittery or restless. It can also cause insomnia. If you are sensitive to caffeine, it is best to avoid it altogether.

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