"Working Out" the Science on Energy Drinks

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I have to admit, I’m not someone who regularly reaches for caffeine in the morning to get me going – but I certainly do use some to boost my training for endurance runs and triathlons. It definitely helps me focus better, swim/bike/run faster, and feel better during and after my workout. And I’m not alone. Marathon season is upon us, and I know many of my friends who are runners rely on small doses of caffeine to boost their performance.

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  • caffeine
  • dehydration
  • energy drinks

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  • Melissa Joy Dobbins

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