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Caffeine is a methylxanthine. Other common methylxanthines include theobromine and theophylline, which are found in cocoa and teas. Methylxanthines act as adenosine receptor blockers and phosphodiesterase inhibitors.
If you have no idea what we just said, here’s some further explanation.
Adenosine acts as the “brakes” in the central nervous system. So when its effects are blocked (by caffeine), stimulation occurs.
Phosphodiesterase is an enzyme necessary for the breakdown of the 2nd messenger protein cAMP within cells. As its “messenger” moniker implies, cAMP helps transfer signals within cells. If this messenger protein is not being broken down (caffeine prevents this breakdown), it will have a better opportunity to cause its stimulatory effects.
In other words, caffeine prevents the body from slowing things down at a cellular level.

How Caffeine can burn fat?

Chlorogenic acids (CGAs) found in coffee inhibit intestinal glucose uptake. In studies feeding rats CGA, the plasma glucose dependent insulinotropic peptide (GIP) response was blunted and had a lower peak blood glucose concentration 180 minutes after a meal. GIP is glucagonotropic, meaning it encourages the production of glucagon – a hormone that promotes the breakdown of glycogen and conversion to glucose. This is beneficial for people trying to get ripped because glucagon initiates a neural signalling to your brain that contributes to satiety.

How Caffeine can be used as a pre workout?

During the later stages of most fat-loss diets, the hypocaloric effect tends to cause fatigue and a feeling of slight weakness when training. Caffeine ingestion leads to increased rates of lipolysis which is glycogen sparring, allowing you to improve your time before exhaustion.
It also promotes catecholamine release which help you cope with the stress created from exercise. Well-trained individuals have a higher capacity for catecholamine release than untrained individuals in response to physical exercise across intensity levels, which partly accounts for their higher levels of physical performance during tests.
Even if you’re not yet a well-trained athlete, increased catecholamine release from caffeine will allow you to train at a higher level than you would otherwise.

Summary and recommendations

3-5 mg of caffeine per kilogram of bodyweight can provide a performance effect without health risks. At 3 mg/kg, an 80 kg person would need 240 mg of caffeine.
If using caffeine to increase performance, try consuming it 30 to 60 minutes before the event/exercise. Blood levels of caffeine are maximized about 60 minutes after consumption, but effects are noticed by 30 minutes.
Try to use caffeine when you actually “need it.” Repeated caffeine consumption can create a tolerance and lessen the benefit.
Take caution if you plan on mixing caffeine with other supplements. Using multiple stimulants (e.g., synephrine, ephedra, forskolin, yohimbe, etc.) can put one at risk for sudden arrhythmic death.

Stay Strong!!!

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  1. Niraj Mishra
    Niraj Mishra 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    which vitamin we should take if I m doing workout

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  2. Kunal Khurana
    Kunal Khurana 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    i am very weak in maths and i totally agree with you on this fact that black coffee has a weight loss properties.
    i am 90 kg and 6 ft tall how much quantity of coffee shall i consum..
    right now i am consuming one cup of coffee which i make from bru one rupee sachet…

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  3. Sushil Kumar Sharma Study
    Sushil Kumar Sharma Study 27 February, 2017, 19:26

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  4. Vishal Rathi
    Vishal Rathi 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    bhai at tyms i take 400mg plus but i take my intake to 5liter of water is that safe ?

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  5. Manoj Rawat
    Manoj Rawat 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    nice sir ji

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  6. Manjeet Singh
    Manjeet Singh 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    Very good my bro

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  7. Sheetal Chavan
    Sheetal Chavan 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    u r dam smart

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  8. CaffeineAddictTV
    CaffeineAddictTV 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    Great video 😀

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  9. Aakash Mahapatra
    Aakash Mahapatra 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    sir l arginine ke doses ke bare me kuch batayen as a pre workout drink.

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  10. Vinay kumar
    Vinay kumar 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    good sir

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  11. kiran jadhav
    kiran jadhav 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    compound workout ky he

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  12. Ravi Rajput
    Ravi Rajput 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    morning me hi coffee le ta hu

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  13. Ravi Rajput
    Ravi Rajput 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    coffee ke sat me creatine le sak te hai

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  14. Akash Gautam
    Akash Gautam 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    Bhai mey ney aapki pre workout supplement video dekhi thi or mujhey Black coffee suggest kiya tha or mey ney use kiya Hai bro but mujhey apni workout ko next level par ley jana Hai cirtullen malate safe Hai or kaisey leyna Hai please bhai Help karo

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    Sandeep Samra 27 February, 2017, 19:26

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    Sandeep Samra 27 February, 2017, 19:26

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    Mohd Fam 27 February, 2017, 19:26

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  18. Samriddha Dam
    Samriddha Dam 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    very informative…please make a video about vuscularity

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    Mustafa 27 February, 2017, 19:26

    Please Do a video on full day of eating and shopping to build muscle!

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    kapil kumar 27 February, 2017, 19:26

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