Friday, August 14, 2009

If I Drink More Coffee, Does That Mean I Will Win More?

This interesting article mentions improved athletic performance resulting from consuming coffee. I had three tough rounds of sparring with Jeff on Sunday morning. Maybe I should be sipping coffee in my corner between rounds instead of water? Hmm.

Hat tip to fellow lawyer, Aaron, at Iced Coffee and a Bagel.

5 comments:

Nerd said...

Seems like everybody is touting caffeine these days. 5 years ago it was bad for you. Now if you do a quick web search you'll get a long list of health benefits.

These scientific flip flops always make me scratch my head. What will they say in 5 more years? In the mean time I'm going to grab a cup of coffee.

Steve Imparl said...

It is confusing, isn't it? I suppose that the old advice about moderation makes sense in situations like this.

KennethPettigrew said...

I tried e-mailing you about a week ago.

Eitherway, I have a strange question.

Would you, at any point, have time for an interview with a personal young-ish fan?

NerdOfSteel said...

Oddly enough the article you linked to includes a quote from the, "National Coffee Association." Having spent some time around publicists I know this means the article was done, at least in part, from a National Coffee Association press release.

If I didn't enjoy lattes so much I might be inclined to put on my tin foil hat and go check the other sources I had read previously...

newswire said...

The answer is possibley, YEAP!