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10 Best Strains to Improve Your Workout

Having trouble getting to the gym? Well if you’re not a fan of overstimulating pre-workouts and expensive supplements in general, you may want to try smoking weed before the gym.

Top 10 Strains to Improve Your Work Out
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While smoking does have a somewhat unwarranted reputation for making its users lazy and tired, that’s not always the case.There are certain strains that can invigorate its users with a cerebral, energetic high that provides not only the perfect motivation to hit the gym, but gives you the energy needed for a killer workout. The best part about smoking weed before a workout—it’s all natural, unlike your standard over-the-shelf supplements. So, without further ado, here are the top 10 strains to improve your workout.

10. Sour Cheese

10 Best Strains to Improve Your Workout

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Sour Cheese is a hybrid that bestows its users with a nice balanced high—a perfect mix of high energy and a relaxed mental state. Being slightly sativa-dominant (around 60/40), it should provide the user with enough juice to get through a workout, without making you crash towards the end of it.

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Tim Kohut
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Hailing from New York. His hobbies include (but are not limited to) eating eggs, owning far too many cats, and watching Rob Schneider films. He’s a self-taught expert in the cannabis industry and hopes to share his vast knowledge with fellow weed-enthusiasts around the world.

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    Erik

    June 26, 2020 at 8:20 am

    You are right that weed is natural and can enhance your workout, but please don’t demonize supplements. Just as weed, if you consume them properly they’re completely safe. The only thing weed can replace are preworkouts. Protein and creatin aren’t meant to be consumed for the “I wanna lift” feeling, they’re for something entirely different. Also those over the shelf supplements aren’t necessarily non-natural. Whey protein is created by extracting it from whey – a leftover product you get when making dairy products. Creatine is in lot of food but you can’t get enough just by eating, unless you want to get really fat, so they extract it. I’ve been using creatine for over two years and there is nothing you could substitute it with (beside steroids).

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