Originally Posted by MrEvilAK
lactic acid build up is the issue here. If you want to get rid of it i would suggest you juice veg's or eat fruits like avocados
Ummm...... sorry, but i must disagree. Lactic acid is a VERY temporary thing. Temporary, as in, you experience it during the workout itself, and it processes itself out of your muscles during the workout~ this is the basis for Lactic Acid Threshold Training. The training not only raises your threshold--> the intensity or pace at which lactic acid begins to build up (lactic acid being a by-product of anaerobic activity in your muscles) but also teaches your body to process OUT the lactic acid "on the fly", so that you can go further/faster/longer before it builds up fully and prevents your muslces from firing.
This is an overly simplified explanation.
Im unsure exactly what the OP's issue is....... one workout does not "overtraining" make, so to speak. You might be sore tomorrow? and what you eat afterwards has no bearing whatsoever on whether or not that happens. However, if you are new to working out, "overdoing" it in a single session can lead to injury, which i think is more of a concern given the OPs circumstances