Muscle Nerd Video Teacher - Fixing The 3 Most Common Exercise Mistakes!

The Muscle Nerd is here for you in your battle to lose fat and gain muscle. Listen in and watch right here... This week's show covers details about three common exercise mistakes and offers some solutions!

Welcome to Muscle Nerd University! Jeff Anderson, "The Muscle Nerd," is here for you in your battle to lose fat and gain muscle. Listen in and watch right here.

In this episode, learn about three common exercise mistakes such as attempting too much, inadequate energy, and lack of recording. Watch and learn some ways of fixing these problems!

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Problems occur when taking over 200 mg of caffeine:

Caffeine can increase blood pressure in non-habitual consumers.[20] High blood pressure is associated with an increase in strokes, and cerebral vascular disease, which in turn increase the risk of multi-infarct dementia.[20]
Caffeine may reduce control of fine motor movements (e.g., producing shaky hands)[11]
Caffeine can stimulate urination.[11]
Caffeine can increase cortisol secretion, some tolerance is developed.[21]
Caffeine can contribute to increased insomnia and sleep latency.[11]
Caffeine is addictive.[11] Caffeine withdrawal can produce headache, fatigue and decreased alertness.
High doses of caffeine (300 mg or higher) can cause anxiety.[11]
High caffeine consumption has been linked to an increase in the likelihood of experiencing auditory hallucinations.[22]
High caffeine consumption accelerates bone loss at the spine in elderly postmenopausal women.[23]

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