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Impact of Caffeine on Workout Performance
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Caffeine can have a positive or negative impact on workout performance depending on whether or not a person is regularly consuming it. If someone drinks caffeine regularly, it can enhance performance but if not, consuming it as a performance-enhancing tool may not be effective.

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