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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet


Caffeine is perhaps the most widely used stimulant in the world. As many as 90 percent of Americans
consume 2 cups of coffee, which is about 350 milligrams of
caffeine per day. We all are aware about that effects that caffeine has on one’s energy level and its ability to kick us out of the groggy morning and keep us awake during long days of work. But what does caffeine do when it comes to exercise? As well as being a well-known brain stimulant caffeine is known to have an ergogenic, perfomance enhancing effect. During exercise, caffeine stimulates the release of hormones, most notably the hormones epinephrine, also known as adrenaline. With increased levels of adrenaline in the bloodstream, more stored fat is broken into fatty acids. This allows the body to utilize more fat
as an energy resource as well as having a sparing effect on other energy resources such as glycogen. By sparing glycogen for future use, an individual can perform physically for
a longer time before fatigue sets in. This is great news for people
who exercise for long durations, such as long distance runners and
cyclists. In fact, studies have shown that an hour after
ingesting 330 milligrams of caffeine cyclists were able to travel twenty
percent further compared to ingesting no caffeine at all. Unfortunately, for short term,
high-intensity exercises such as weightlifting and sprinting, an
average individual have shown little to no improvement in performance. This is different for elite athletes,
particularly ones that do not consume caffeine very often,
as studies did show improved performances in their respective high-intensity sports. If you’re interested in using caffeine
to improve your performance, it’s best used for your exercises
involving long durations with low to moderate intensity. It may
not be useful if you’re trying to pack on more muscle through resistance training. Also, staying under 500 milligrams of
caffeine is ideal to avoid certain side effects,
such as increased urination increase blood pressure, and even developing a physical dependence of caffeine Since a cup of coffee has between 100 to 150 milligrams of caffeine, consuming no more than three to four
cups of coffee will keep you safe from such side effects. If you enjoyed watching,please click the like button. And for more future pictures videos,
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100 thoughts on “Caffeine and Weight Loss – How Does Caffeine Help You Lose Weight?

  1. I suggest theacrine as really helpful for weights workouts or anything where more stamina and power is required imo. I used some the other day and it made quite a difference. It is chemically related to caffeine and they go great together

  2. Caffeine not good for bodybuilding? Ha! What kind of BS study is that? Then why do pre-workouts exist? I have caffeine before every workout and it always helps.

  3. You should say 90% of adult Americans. Over 10% of the population is under 10 years old. I doubt they drink 2 cups of coffee a day.

  4. "caffine is not good for weight lifting" yet almost every pre workout has caffine in it. lol. I have been working out for 4 years and find i preform WAAAAY better with a preworkout. THESE BROSCIENCE VIDS ARE NOT SCIENCE BASED

  5. im prety sure the reason is simply because your body doesnt use as much energy cuz of the caffeine… thus better workout

  6. This person clearly has no idea what she is talking about and is reading from a script. What the heck is "Andrenaline". Go back to the other guy thanks.

  7. OK WAIT she said coffee doesn't work for short intense workouts? I do short cardio workouts. before when I WAS NOT drinking coffee before cardio, I wouldn't last very long. NOW when I drink a nice cup of dark coffee no sugar before cardio, I noticed that I last longer

  8. 90 percent of Americans? sounds like bullshit to me…so you are telling me, I am one of only 10% who doesn't drink coffee….hmmm source please?

  9. At Picturefit. It would be great if you showed your references too:)

    Caffeine has methylxanthine chemical which activates glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis pathways. Both for increasing your blood sugars. But its only draw back is in gluconeogensis, your amino acids are broken down to make sugar rather than synthesis(making) muscles for athletes. So its not an ANOBLIC STATE, rather Catabolic.

    Besides increasing epinephrine it also increases your cortisol levels. All stress hormones.

    In a nutshell. I wouldnt consume this daily. But occasionally if i really need it(example during exams lol)

  10. Two cups of coffee makes you cycle 20% farther? That's not even possible.
    I just lost some of my trust in this channel.

  11. i take caffeine to lift and yes i am makeing more muscle so yes i does work for me not everybody is the same

  12. I really love this channel. I don't like looking at people's faces when they talk. this channel explains with drawing and it's fun to watch and listen.

  13. Will caffeine prevent muscle loss/breakdown during fasted cardio?
    Love your videos and the way you explain stuff 😉

  14. Q: I'm drinking coffee
    Coffee
    Sugar
    Creamer.
    I've noticed that I'm gaining weight. And then I stopped drinking coffee, then now I lose some pounds. Is coffee can make me fat?
    Picturefit please answer my Q. 🙁

  15. Wait what the fuck, 2 cups of coffee 350 mg. My instant coffee is 100 mg per tea spoon. So two coffees are 200mg. These coffee shops are making addicts out of people, with the high amounts of caffeine per drink. Also I have maximum 300 mg per day, one caffeine pill(200mg) the morning and one coffee(100 mg) in late afternoon. No more than that; I recommend caffeine pill than coffee, no NEVER go no more than 2 a day. You don't want to become an addict. It says 5 on the bottle is alright but I recommend never go more than 2.

  16. LOVE The absurd notion that Caffeine produces energy that comes from starlight and rainbows , flowing freely forever, and just by consuming this magical elixer one can increase energy levels and live happily ever after . First , Caffeine robs tomorrows energy for today , its a duretic , it releases Cortisol , the stress hormone to activate and tricks the Adrenals to release its tiny store of supersonic energy ( usually reserved for life or death situations ) activating the Adrenals over and over until finally they weaken causing a cascade of hormonal failure. All 20 years olds think caffeine is the shit , but I assure you after a decade or two of flooding the body with Cortisol and wringing out the Adrenals , you are gonna CRASH, and recoverly will blow ass !

  17. Guys! I want to loss fat and gain muscle is caffeine and whey good for me, plz give me your valuable suggestions and ideas

  18. Haha😂 my dad always drinks Coffee before he goes to sleep and he can sleep quicker then you can snap your fingers no joke😂

  19. Caffine in the not so good part is incorrect guys. Its fine before any type of excercise. Make sure your content is correct for begginers or go workout yourself. Or learn from real athletes

  20. Big fan from Brazil here. Your videos are just amazing. Congratulations.
    Could you do one on energy drinks, safe levels of consuption and their potential harmful side effects?

  21. What if I have a big tollerance on caffeine? Is it more dangerous to me to consume an amount of caffeine that has the same effect on me as the 330 mg on an average person? For example, if 700 mg have the same effect on me as 330 mg to an average person, would it be more dangerous to drink it for me as 330 mg is for an average person?

  22. I’m sorry but 2 cups of coffee is not 350 mg of caffeine unless you’re drinking pints of coffee.

  23. I exercise every day and have no caffeine in my diet, which makes me curious to try an experiment. Then again, I’m not sure I want to start, especially as I hate coffee.

  24. Guys please i need advise i just started today to take fat burners pills called liporush xt can anyone give me any advise on the product and also i am trying to gain more muscle mass but loose the body fat is it good for me?

    Thank you!

  25. How caffeinw helps you lose weight? Drink all day coffe eat oats with milk and cocoa powder an shit all day. That is how you lose weight like a legend

  26. I feel like all the bad rep coffee is because of thots drinking Starbucks coffee which is 96% sugar, cream and milk. Black coffee, no sugar, no milk is the best.

  27. There are at least 3 untruths in this video.
    1. Caffeine does help weightlifting (talked about in a later video)
    2. 400mg for an adult is considered the safe max, not 500
    3. The average 8oz cup of coffee has about 95mg of caffeine, not 150.
    This video is crap. Which is probably a first, fortunately.

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