Frequently Asked Questions

Is Coffee bad for you?

If you're the type of person who regularly enjoys a cup of coffee in the morning or afternoon, you might be aware of the brain benefits it provides—such as increased cognitive function, productivity levels, memory function and even a decreased risk of Alzheimer's disease—but did you know that caffeine can also improve your physical performance? 

*The key here is moderation—consuming too much caffeine can make you feel jittery and cause restlessness at night. For optimum performance, stick to about two cups of coffee per day. 

Here are the top five reasons to drink coffee before a workout and give you one more reason to thank your caffeine addiction!