The Neuromuscular Research Laboratory/Warrior Human Performance Research Center was awarded an externally funded research grant from Isagenix International LLC. This study will examine the effects of two different pre-workout supplements on physical, cardiovascular, and cognitive performance outcomes in both men and women. University of Pittsburgh Co-PIs Drs. Brad Nindl and Brian Martin and Co-Is Drs. Shawn Flanagan, Matt Darnell, Kim Beals, Alexis Pihoker, and Meaghan Beckner have partnered with Dr. Paul Arciero from Skidmore College to rigorously assess the efficacy of these two pre-workout supplements on muscular strength, power, and agility, as well as aerobic fitness and cognitive performance in resistance-trained men and women. “The opportunity to collaborate with the premier neuromuscular research laboratory here at the University of Pittsburgh and the world-leading health and wellness company Isagenix International on this cutting-edge research study is a thrill for me because we will be contributing novel and groundbreaking research in the field of human performance optimization” says Co-Investigator and Isagenix scientific advisor Dr. Paul Arciero FACSM, FTOS, FISSN.