it is generally recommended to fuel the body with carbohydrates before an activity like running. Eating that much protein could completely backfire on your intentions because the body and the brain need glucose for energy and may even break down muscle in an emergency process to get it.
There is a protein recommendation for the general public of .8 grams per kilogram of body weight. Even though it has been argues that this is too low, the general consensus is that 1.5 grams for an active exerciser is sufficient.
As Natalie said, there needs to be more information provided. But unless you’re a competitive bodybuilder or hard core strength athlete, protein supplements are generally not necessary, especially if your daily dietary intake includes meat, fish and dairy products. I’m still trying to figure out how you can go for a run & do ab exercises after that meal!