The purpose of this study was to compare the blood lactate (BL) removal during the recovery, using two methods, active resting (AR) and whole body vibration combined with active rest (WBVR), after an exhaustive activity in male students was a footballer. For this purpose the number of 14 students from the universal football team (age 24/2±4/1 years, height 1/75 ± 0/13 m, weight 68/35± 3/50 kg, BMI 22/33 ± 2/11 kg/m2, Vo2max 40/80 ± 1/52 ml/kg) were selected on a voluntary basis. In first stage resting BL was monitored and then those 10 minutes running to warm up and then paid on the revised Astrand test. At the end of the test subject’s BL was measured. Then, the subjects did 15 minutes active recovery (on treadmill with zero slope and speed of 5 km/h). At the end of recovery BL level was monitored. The second stage of research that distance was about 1 week, was similar to first stage, except it includes the combined 1 minute vibration in a position with knees bent on the WBV machine (frequency 12/5 Hz and amplitude 10 mm) with 1 minute running on a treadmill with zero slope percent and 5 km/h rate, the time of this stage was 15 minutes. For comparison of the data related T-test (p> 0/05) was used. Our result indicates that between the AR and WBVR no significant difference, although more effective AR on BL was excreted.