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    Coffee after workout?

    I work out immediately after work and rush off to a meeting every night of the week immediately after working out. There is coffee at these meetings.

    Is it bad to drink coffee after working out?

    Perhaps there is a benefit from drinking coffee after working out?
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    I don't think it'll hurt u it will help cuz caffeine speeds up metabolism so drink away!
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    Originally Posted by c_hayhurst View Post
    I work out immediately after work and rush off to a meeting every night of the week immediately after working out. There is coffee at these meetings.

    Is it bad to drink coffee after working out?

    Perhaps there is a benefit from drinking coffee after working out?
    The only issue I could see, is if it starts toeffect your sleep.
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    I dont see the problem, just like the post above said unless it affects your sleep.
    Are you getting protein in after you workout?
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    I can't think of any benefits of drinking coffee post-workout other than it may help you be more alert for your meetings. As mentioned, only con would be if it is interfering with sleep.
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    I'm too lazy to go find the study, but there was one done by and it showed significantly increased glycogen and protein synthesis when caffeine was ingested with the post WO shake (I think like 25-40 grams whey and 40-50 grams carbohydrate) then with the same pro/cho mix without the caffeine. I can't remember what I thought about the legitimacy of the study, I think it had some merit though.

    It's worth trying to find the study though....
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    One of my favorite PWO:

    3/4 cup cold coffee
    1/4 cup espresso
    1/2 cup milk of your choice
    1 scoop of vanilla whey
    sweeten with honey to taste.
    Blend in blender and pour over ice.

    I drink this whenever i work out in afternoon time.
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    One of my favorite PWO:

    3/4 cup cold coffee
    1/4 cup espresso
    1/2 cup milk of your choice
    1 scoop of vanilla whey
    sweeten with honey to taste.
    Blend in blender and pour over ice.

    I drink this whenever i work out in afternoon time.
    cold coffee smoothies post workout rule

    I like cold coffee with some espresso powder, 5 or 6 ice cubes, chocolate whey, water, maybe a bit of cinnamon. Damn I might just go make one now for the hell of it.
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    I wondered the same thing. I was starting to think that since caffeine is a vasoconstrictor it would minimize the blood flow and in-turn the intake/uptake of nutrients. Maybe it would cut short a vital post work out process (of replenishment and recovery)? Possibly only minimal?
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    Originally Posted by dayton4112 View Post
    I wondered the same thing. I was starting to think that since caffeine is a vasoconstrictor it would minimize the blood flow and in-turn the intake/uptake of nutrients. Maybe it would cut short a vital post work out process (of replenishment and recovery)? Possibly only minimal?
    It does not act as a vasoconstrictor during exercise
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    Originally Posted by dayton4112 View Post
    I was starting to think that since caffeine is a vasoconstrictor it would minimize the blood flow and in-turn the intake/uptake of nutrients.
    While caffeine is a vasoconstrictor agent, effects however are completely blunted in usual coffee drinkers as a consequence of adaptation.
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    Originally Posted by dayton4112 View Post
    I wondered the same thing. I was starting to think that since caffeine is a vasoconstrictor it would minimize the blood flow and in-turn the intake/uptake of nutrients. Maybe it would cut short a vital post work out process (of replenishment and recovery)? Possibly only minimal?
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    Originally Posted by desslok View Post
    One of my favorite PWO:

    3/4 cup cold coffee
    1/4 cup espresso
    1/2 cup milk of your choice
    1 scoop of vanilla whey
    sweeten with honey to taste.
    Blend in blender and pour over ice.

    I drink this whenever i work out in afternoon time.
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    Originally Posted by MarkVI View Post
    I'm too lazy to go find the study, but there was one done by and it showed significantly increased glycogen and protein synthesis when caffeine was ingested with the post WO shake (I think like 25-40 grams whey and 40-50 grams carbohydrate) then with the same pro/cho mix without the caffeine. I can't remember what I thought about the legitimacy of the study, I think it had some merit though.

    It's worth trying to find the study though....
    Is this the one?

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18467543
    "High rates of muscle glycogen resynthesis after exhaustive exercise when carbohydrate is coingested with caffeine."

    Look at this crazy ****:
    On completion of this ride subjects consumed either CHO [4 g/kg body mass (BM)] or the same amount of CHO + Caff (8 mg/kg BM) during 4 h of passive recovery.
    8 mg/kg Caffeine?! Even over 4 hours that is still pretty substantial.
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    ^ Why would the average weightlifter care about the increase in postexercise muscle glycogen accumulation?

    FYI: PDF of the full-text of study.
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    ^ Why would the average weightlifter care about the increase in postexercise muscle glycogen accumulation?
    No idea. It seems much more applicable to people in multi-day exhaustive sporting events; even still though, they probably get enough time in between events to eat a few meals.
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    Originally Posted by drewbie57 View Post
    It seems much more applicable to people in multi-day exhaustive sporting events.
    Not really. It might have some application for multiple bouts of intraday exhaustive exercise, but not it exertion is gapped by 18+ hours.
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    Good point. I would guess it's even less applicable for the athlete that consumes considerable carbs before and during exercise.
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