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    Protein Shake After Cardio??

    I always drink a protein shake after my lifting workouts, but I typically don't bother after a cardio workout. I usually jog or use the elliptical. I know we have a nice window of increased protein absorption after a workout, but does it apply to post cardio as well? An educated response would be much appreciated.
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    Obviously your approach will depend on the session parameters - time, duration, intensity, LISS vs. HIIT, etc.. as well as your goals and nutritonal factors surrounding the session. After could be anything & anywhere from nothing, to a small meal, to just continuing to eat at your normal times.

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    If I simply do 45 min low intensity cardio such as; jog or eliptical and burn about 450-500 calories will I still get the same protein absorbtion window as I would with high intensity weight lifting.
    I really want to know if its worth me using my Pro Complex powder post cardio that has 60 grams of protein or if I should use a lower grade lower protein content powder post cardio because I will not have the same absorbtion window. I am under the asumption the body can only absorb so much protein on a regular basis, but post weight training we have a capacity to absorb much more. I want to know if the window would be there after one of my typical cardio workouts?
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    I've wondered the same thing. I play a lot of racquetball but don't usually drink a shake afterward. I wonder if I should since I do use my leg muscles a lot and it is a somewhat anaerobic activity. Granted it wouldn't be bad to drink a shake (is it ever?), but would it be as beneficial as drinking one after a lifting session?
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    imho, a hard session of cardio is as tough on the muscles as a lifting session, so the same treatment should be given to both... post w/o carbs and protein

    if you're running/biking/swimming to your max, you don't think you're tearing muscle fibers?
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    IMO it will not matter for your body composition.
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    Originally Posted by dbarry14 View Post
    I've wondered the same thing. I play a lot of racquetball but don't usually drink a shake afterward. I wonder if I should since I do use my leg muscles a lot and it is a somewhat anaerobic activity. Granted it wouldn't be bad to drink a shake (is it ever?), but would it be as beneficial as drinking one after a lifting session?
    Protein and carbs will DEFINITELY aid in recovery if you are exercising long enough - be it a drink or meal.

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    If I simply do 45 min low intensity cardio such as; jog or eliptical and burn about 450-500 calories will I still get the same protein absorbtion window as I would with high intensity weight lifting.
    I really want to know if its worth me using my Pro Complex powder post cardio that has 60 grams of protein or if I should use a lower grade lower protein content powder post cardio because I will not have the same absorbtion window. I am under the asumption the body can only absorb so much protein on a regular basis, but post weight training we have a capacity to absorb much more. I want to know if the window would be there after one of my typical cardio workouts?
    This is lazy cardio we're talking about here. Eat a meal or drink it. You don't need to dump 60 grams of protein down your throat.

    It's really sad how everyone on this site is so lax. If you want to tell people nothing matters, go to Mens Fitness brosefs.
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    Originally Posted by rhizome View Post
    It's really sad how everyone on this site is so lax. If you want to tell people nothing matters, go to Mens Fitness brosefs.
    Mens Fitness will tell you exactly what to take and when. Different people, different experience.
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    Originally Posted by rhizome View Post
    Protein and carbs will DEFINITELY aid in recovery if you are exercising long enough - be it a drink or meal.



    This is lazy cardio we're talking about here. Eat a meal or drink it. You don't need to dump 60 grams of protein down your throat.

    It's really sad how everyone on this site is so lax. If you want to tell people nothing matters, go to Mens Fitness brosefs.
    Good post. I plan on doing 30-40 minutes of LISS tonight. I will probably have a meal 30 minutes afterward.
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    Exclamation rhizome

    The post says an educated response...does it not? I wanted to know if my cardio session would benifit from a high protein shake. Instead you read post and tell me my cardio is wack. Forgive me if between weight days I do cardio at a low intensity. Fu cK bag. Maybe you should troll somewhere else.
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    Always drink your protein following cardio or weight lifting.
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    Agree

    Originally Posted by Ethan Carr View Post
    Always drink your protein following cardio or weight lifting.
    I agree about taking the protein afterwards as well. I don't think I would use the ON Pro Complex for it unless maybe you just used one scoop instead of two. I think the whole 60 gram serving would not reap extra benefit. 30g would be decent or maybe use there 100% whey product and save yourself some money
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    meal timing may not affect body comp but in my experience it helps with recovery.
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    Originally Posted by Skuggs View Post
    I agree about taking the protein afterwards as well. I don't think I would use the ON Pro Complex for it unless maybe you just used one scoop instead of two. I think the whole 60 gram serving would not reap extra benefit. 30g would be decent or maybe use there 100% whey product and save yourself some money
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    Originally Posted by kdog1189 View Post
    Welcome to the forum.

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    strong bump and yes i do dis
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    Originally Posted by GrayWindTheWolf View Post
    strong bump and yes i do dis

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    Originally Posted by GrayWindTheWolf View Post
    strong bump and yes i do dis
    You don't need to. And no one cares.
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    Originally Posted by GrayWindTheWolf View Post
    strong bump and yes i do dis
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    Originally Posted by Ryanast View Post
    meal timing may not affect body comp but in my experience it helps with recovery.
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    aay ur supersain pic is raww as fuk lol
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