If you’re looking for that little extra from your workout then here at CSN we provide a wide range of products to help you get the most out of your training. Whether you need a boost in energy, mental focus or are chasing that elusive pump in the gym, we have everything you could ever ask for and more!
We stock top quality pre-workout supplements from the world’s leading brands that are jam-packed with your favourite performance-boosting ingredients including caffeine, beta alanine and nitric oxide boosters such as l-citrulline.
We also have a range of stimulant-free pre-workouts which help support mental focus, energy and pump for those who may be caffeine sensitive, alongside specialist carbohydrate sources that increase energy rapidly to support strength, endurance and muscle building.
However, if you need a bit more information before you make your final choice take a look at the below articles.
There are hundreds of pre-workout ingredients, some are known and have proven benefits and some don't. CSN has taken their years of pre-workout experience and given you a list of ingredients you should look out for.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a pre-workout or performance boosting product that doesn’t contain Citrulline Malate. That's because of its amazing performance benefits. Check out this quick read on why you should be looking out for the impressive amino acid in your next pre-workout.
The aim of this article series is to give you some insight as to what would typically be key ingredients you would find in pre-workouts, so hopefully, you can figure out what is working for you and what is not. This first article will start by looking at Beta-Alanine.
Nitric Oxide is produced in skeletal muscle and is an important signalling molecule within the muscle cell that is involved in many complex biological reactions including increased blood flow. Increasing blood flow into the muscle is important for the delivery of nutrients and hormones that are essential for muscle growth.
Due to increasing restrictions on ingredients the stimulant effect in most pre-workouts is due primarily to caffeine; however, they may also contain other compounds that are proposed to be stimulants that positively improve mental focus and energy.