Post-Work Out Shake after Cardio?
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I lift for about 45mins then 15mins of high intensity cardio. After cardio I have my shake, and about 45mins - 1hour later I eat a normal meal
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04-19-2009, 02:17 AM
i dono how much glycogen is depleted during certain forms of cardio... depends on the cardio i would say
also if you had eaten fairly recently you might have more glucose in the blood
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04-19-2009, 02:38 PM
I think it depends on how your meals went that day. Let's say you had a few meals before you did your cardio then you should be fine to just eat a normal meal afterwards. On the other hand if you ate poorly that day you should get some nutrients in ASAP.
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04-19-2009, 03:13 PM
Is it empty stomach cardio? Also is your concern eating directly after in general or if it should be a whole food meal or shake?
Honestly its preference that should rule here in my opinion. I personally take in a whey shake with skim milk directly after fasted cardio with oatmeal since it is depleting glycogen stores to a further extent than fed lifting.
If you are worried about type (whole food vs whey) just go by convenience/preference. Some can't put down chicken/tuna after cardio, while some can. I like to have the whey shake and whole food meal about an hour directly after that (same protocol I use on lifting days)
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