Steve Spurrier shows off innovative new workout

Steve Spurrier shows off innovative new workout

Submitted by a2_electricboogaloo on December 18th, 2013 at 9:32 PM

In case you ever wondered what made the SEC so much better than the Big Ten, it's clearly the strength and conditioning.

 

Edit: The Vine Embed isn't working in the original post so heres the link (https://vine.co/v/htnhvV1ZZ0X) I'll embed the video in the comments. 

OT - Workout advice

OT - Workout advice

Submitted by MaizeNBlue on April 14th, 2010 at 1:12 AM

So, on week days I try to run and lift during the same hour each day. Usually, I run 3-4 miles, which I'm pretty used to running. Lately I've been trying to add significant upper body strength and I was wondering if it was better to run before lifting, or vice versa. I Google-searched some results, but most of them were mixed 50-50.

I have noticed that when I lift first, I'm capable of lifting better and I can run just as well when tired (logically). The problem is, I don't want to lose everything I gain lifting if I decide to run afterwards. It'd also be very preferable if both could be done in the same workout. Any advice would be much appreciated!

EDIT: the main reason I decided to post this here is because I know there are a couple Kinese people out there who probably know better than random internet Joe