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Quote from Archie Marks on February 5, 2020, 7:03 amMany people think that nootropics are only used for enhancing cognitive performance but in fact, there are some ingredients that cross the threshold of being effective for both cognitive and physical performance.
Tailoring your nootropic stack for exercise will give you much more of a boost in your training than you will get from the caffeine-rich, bulk formulas that you find in the majority of ‘pre-workout’ supplements on the market today.
However, you might notice ingredients that you recognize from your nootropic stacks appearing in some physical enhancing supplements as well.
Noopept, for example, is a great nootropic for cognitive and physical performance. It stimulates the dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain – firing you up for work and exercise.
Macuna Pruriens is another that has benefits for physical exercise. Macuna Pruriens is composed of the precursor to dopamine (L-dopa) and stimulates natural growth hormones. Thus, it has the ability to elevate your mood for work and exercise whilst contributing to building lean muscle mass.
These are just two examples of nootropics that work well for enhancing physical exercise.
Please tell us what has worked for you at your desk and in the gym by adding to this forum post with details of your own experience.
We will get the ball rolling with the first nootropic ingredient that can be used for athletic performance in response to this introduction.