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    Creatine. This is widely researched with results as being safe. Creatine essentially draws water into muscle cells, providing the person with greater strength.
    Arginine. This is the precursor to nitric oxide which is a vasodilator. Essentially it permits more blood to reach skeletal muscle and therefore let the user perform a harder workout.
    Ephedrine
    β-Alanine
    1,3-Dimethylamylamine. This one is similar to ephedrine but has some controversy. The FDA is keeping a close eye on this stuff because, apparently some guy in the Army died after doing a long run while using Jack3d. Still, it is hard to prove direct causation and Jack3d is still on shelves last I checked (July 2012).

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    Quote Originally Posted by shown mikel View Post
    Pre workout is taken to enhance exercise performance. It helps you to lift more, and helps to delay the time taken to fatigue.

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    Pre-workout supplements typically include the following:
    Caffeine. I won't get into caffeine as most of us are familiar with the effects.
    Creatine. This is widely researched with results as being safe. Creatine essentially draws water into muscle cells, providing the person with greater strength.
    Arginine. This is the precursor to nitric oxide which is a vasodilator. Essentially it permits more blood to reach skeletal muscle and therefore let the user perform a harder workout.
    Ephedrine
    β-Alanine
    1,3-Dimethylamylamine. This one is similar to ephedrine but has some controversy. The FDA is keeping a close eye on this stuff because, apparently some guy in the Army died after doing a long run while using Jack3d. Still, it is hard to prove direct causation and Jack3d is still on shelves last I checked (July 2012)
    I think the FDA banned it a few years ago after those soldiers died. It's been banned in the UK & Ireland for a few years now.
    All Jack3d products no longer contain it as an ingredient. Scary that a stimulant the World Anti-Doping Agency had on its banned list for years was briefly allowed onto the market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adampower View Post
    ... Scary that a stimulant the World Anti-Doping Agency had on its banned list for years was briefly allowed onto the market.
    To be fair things moved fairly quickly on this one (DMAA) once a number of deaths were thought to possibly be linked to its use (including one in my country, New Zealand). I think it only made WADA's banned list in about 2009 and not because of any health risk. At least in NZ that was actually about the same time that it started rising to prominence as a common ingredient in many pre-workouts. By 2012 it was being banned for sale in many countries because of health concerns.

    In defence of WADA they're not in the business of banning harmful substances. They ban substances that they suspect may be capable of enhancing athletic performance or because they may interfere with the results of testing for performance enhancing substances (i.e. act as masking agents). Many, if not most, of the substances on WADA's lists can have beneficial effects under appropriate controls and circumstances. The WADA ban on DMAA only applies 'in-competition'; they're not interested if you have it coursing through your system more than (from memory) 24 hours either side of the competition.

    That said, I often wondered why marijuana was on the list. I'm darned sure it wouldn't assist my performance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Rippon View Post
    To be fair things moved fairly quickly on this one (DMAA) once a number of deaths were thought to possibly be linked to its use (including one in my country, New Zealand). I think it only made WADA's banned list in about 2009 and not because of any health risk. At least in NZ that was actually about the same time that it started rising to prominence as a common ingredient in many pre-workouts. By 2012 it was being banned for sale in many countries because of health concerns.

    In defence of WADA they're not in the business of banning harmful substances. They ban substances that they suspect may be capable of enhancing athletic performance or because they may interfere with the results of testing for performance enhancing substances (i.e. act as masking agents). Many, if not most, of the substances on WADA's lists can have beneficial effects under appropriate controls and circumstances. The WADA ban on DMAA only applies 'in-competition'; they're not interested if you have it coursing through your system more than (from memory) 24 hours either side of the competition.

    That said, I often wondered why marijuana was on the list. I'm darned sure it wouldn't assist my performance!
    "The only way marijuana is performance enhancing is if there's a big ****ing Hersey bar at the end of the track" - Robin Williams
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