In your interview in Ian King’s Get Buffed newsletter, you said that aerobic and resistance training both increase insulin sensitivity through “some different and some similar” mechanisms. I do (in addition to lifting weights) a high intensity interval training program on an exercise bike… which is an aneorbic activity. Would I get more benefit if I mixed in some aerobic activities like jogging, so I can further reduce my insulin sensitivity? In other words, by only doing anerobic work am I neglecting benefits of aerobic training with regards to insulin sensitivity? Thanks.
Yeah, I think adding some aerobics would help more than just anaerobic work alone.