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    Running after workout?

    I know running after a workout is detrimental to bodybuilding, but does this apply to sports (strength) too? I assume so, but hadn't seen anything about it.

    The reason I ask is my coach felt the need to start doing "plyometrics" (it's more just plain running) every day when the weight room closes.
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    ya bump i been wondering the samething. my team also runs after workouts.
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    We do too,

    but that doesnt help you any
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    I guess if everyone is doing it, it must be alright
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    I dunno, it seems logical that it wouldn't help. Obviously it doesn't affect a lot of people, but still...anyone know?
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    What sport are you playing? Remember lifting is not the be all end all of sports training. In highschool, speed is very important and is a valued commodity. I don't know what your program is, but generally you should do any sprint/plyo work before the weightroom. Also, I doubt it'll effect you negatively unless you're trying to get fat or have the worst program ever.
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    It's for football.
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    Originally posted by Odan
    It's for football.
    Well, unless you're a lineman (maybe even then) you need speed, so I don't think having you run is a bad idea.
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    Alright, then I have another question. If I'm taking creatine/protein shakes postworkout, should I drink them and then run, or wait untill after I'm done running?
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    Originally posted by Odan
    Alright, then I have another question. If I'm taking creatine/protein shakes postworkout, should I drink them and then run, or wait untill after I'm done running?
    you should have yor shake a quickly as you can right after your workout. if you have time do it b4 you run.
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    running

    well actually after a long day of running and working out the lactic acid is built up into the muscles...
    the final run at the end of the workout/drill work favors the body by helping flush the lactic acid buildup away and continuing the body's recovery cycle in rebuilding what was broken down by the intensity within the workset of the day...
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    Re: running

    Originally posted by Butter24cf
    well actually after a long day of running and working out the lactic acid is built up into the muscles...
    the final run at the end of the workout/drill work favors the body by helping flush the lactic acid buildup away and continuing the body's recovery cycle in rebuilding what was broken down by the intensity within the workset of the day...
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    Yea Run after you workout. Not before.. lol I found out teh hard way..
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    Originally posted by Sammo777
    Yea Run after you workout. Not before.. lol I found out teh hard way..
    Charlie Francis recommends speed work before.
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    I am training for football to, so take my advice run after workouts but wait about 4 hrs or plus later to do so.
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    Would it be better to run around 4 PM assuming I worked out in the morning 7 or 8ish? I'm trying to figure out my schedule for summer, and I know I need to run more then I have been. I don't think this would be overtraining? I mean, I'd refuel and possibly nap in between the two.
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    Originally posted by Odan
    Would it be better to run around 4 PM assuming I worked out in the morning 7 or 8ish? I'm trying to figure out my schedule for summer, and I know I need to run more then I have been. I don't think this would be overtraining? I mean, I'd refuel and possibly nap in between the two.
    That isn't a bad idea at all as you could be pretty fresh for both workouts.
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    I have college workout programs from Univ of Nebraska and NC state where the trainer that wrote the program has helped 40 kids from his program into the NFL in 12 years or suttin. THey both have sprinting type workouts and have you play dogeball or two hand touch after workin out depending on the position you play.
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