As the summer draws to a close, many people are opting to go for the high-intensity activity of swimming or swimming-based fitness.
In the past, the energy drinks have been a popular alternative to the usual gym workouts, and there’s even a number of new products out on the market aimed at helping you stay more fit and keep your energy levels high.
But what about when you want to take things to a more extreme?
We’ve compiled a list of the best energy drinks for intense workouts, with a focus on those that contain more than 3% of a liquid’s weight in caffeine, which has been shown to boost the body’s natural energy output and reduce fatigue and stress.
If you’ve ever wanted to get more active but haven’t had the motivation to actually take the plunge yet, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s a full list of popular energy drinks: The Kegel Exercise Kit – 5ml drink (10 calories)Energy drink contains 6 grams of sugar, 1.5 grams of fat and 2 grams of protein (1.3g protein per serving).