Matcha is truly an excellent pre workout drink and has been used throughout history. It has been traditionally used in Japan by Samurai Warriors before battle for hundreds of years to boost energy, concentration and overall wellness. The best thing about it, is that it is a completely natural supplement to take your workout to the next level.
A natural supplement
Ceremonial Grade Matcha is completely natural. It contains L-theanine, which is naturally sweet, and contains small amounts of caffeine. The two molecules combined will balance the effect of caffeine while still allowing you to feel mentally alert. The effects are that it increases focus, energy and metabolism which is perfect to assist athletes get the best out of their training sessions.
Why wouldn’t you want to use a natural supplement to take your workouts to the next level?
EGCG & BCAAs
Matcha green tea has 137 times the amount of antioxidants of regular green tea. The antioxidant EGCG found in matcha increases the energy available for muscles during exercise. The natural amino acid content of our ceremonial grade matcha means that you can enjoy natural branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) pre workout. The added benefit is that it is natural and healthy.
How to use matcha to reach your fitness goals?
For muscle gain
Try adding one teaspoon of ceremonial grade matcha to a pre-workout protein shake. Drink this half an hour before your workout.
This shake will help fuel your body to perform at its best and assist in muscle gain.
For Fat Loss
Try adding one teaspoon of ceremonial grade matcha to a bottle of coconut water for a refreshing pre-workout drink. Add together and shake. Sip on this half an hour before your workout or during your workout itself. This will increase your stamina and boost your metabolism.
Make yourself a matcha latte half an hour before your workout. Mix one teaspoon of ceremonial grade matcha to your favourite warm frothed milk and enjoy. This will boost your energy levels and enhance your performance during a workout.
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