March 29, 2019
Using caffeine as a preworkout prep and during-exercise booster is quite common, and can offer some real performance benefits, as we’ve reported before. But, a new study throws a wrench its way, finding that the habit may be linked to higher chances of forming blood clots—which can lead to life-threatening effects in some people.
June 2, 2016
Many longtime runners find that, despite regularly using, they’re nonetheless losing, at least when it comes to their leg muscles. Scott Trappe, director of Ball State’s Human Performance Lab is quoted.