After run...some strength/conditioning/mobility etc:
12mins OTM (on the minute) alternating:
6 x TGU's (turkish get-ups) (35lbs)
6 burpee box jumps (up & over)
(worked out to a 30-35sec work, 25-30sec rest ratio)
Burpees are a good exercise for runners but they are a tough exercise and tend to suck the juice out of your legs. Through trial and error, I've feel they are best done as far away as possible from more challenging running workouts. Consequently, the best time to do them is after the harder running workouts...or at least the same day...even though you may not feel like it. This way...you have the maximum amount of time between the burpees and a harder running effort. Going to the gym and doing burpees the evening before a hard running workout does not work so well...at least for me.
The burpee is one of the best full-body exercises there is. I can not think of an athlete who would not benefit by including them in their fitness regime.
Here is good video explaining how to do burpees...very thorough.
One note: Burpees are challenging. If you are introducing them into your program...take it slow.