do you take a protein shake after you do cardio?

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  1. Rellik

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    yes because i do cardio after weights
     
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    no but sometimes I take a shit
     
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    I've never taken one before. Seems like it could get messy.

    But I have been known to drink them. Well, technically protein smoothies. But no, not after cardio, unless I'm cutting and trying to maintain muscle mass.
     
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    my cardio consist of playing 3 hours of soccer twice a week and no shake
     
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    I normally drink a shake when I do cardio in the morning.
     
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    I try to gulp down a glass of milk at least. It's hard to want to take in protein after a good cardio session though.
     
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