SNR #257: Andrew Jagim, PhD – Pre-Workout Supplementation: Current Evidence & Recommendations

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SNR #257: Andrew Jagim, PhD – Pre-Workout Supplementation: Current Evidence & Recommendations

Guest Bio

Andrew Jagim, PhD

Andrew is currently an Assistant Professor of Exercise Science in the Exercise & Performance Nutrition Laboratory at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. In the near future, Andrew will be changing jobs as he will soon be serving as the Director of Sport Medicine Research for a satellite health system of Mayo Clinic in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Andrew earned his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Exercise Science at the University of North Dakota. He went on to complete a Master’s degree in Human Performance at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. He later completed his PhD in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Physiology at Texas A&M University, working under Dr. Richard Kreider in the Exercise and Sport Nutrition Lab. His primary research area focuses on the use of different nutritional and training strategies to improve measures of performance and health which has led to several publications in peer reviewed journals and has presented at multiple national conference events. He currently is investigating the prevalence of use and supplementation habits of pre-workout supplement users in addition to monitoring changes in energy availability and body composition throughout a season in several team sport athletes. Andrew is also a co-host for the podcast Clinically Pressed.

In This Episode We Discuss

  • Caffeine
  • Beta-alanine
  • Sodium bicarbonate
  • Citrulline
  • Beetroot juice
  • Making sure no banned substances found in your supplement
  • Which compounds are likely to benefit each type of sport
  • What steps to take to get the best quality product

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