Hi. I have a question about the G-Flux article...I mean what it says makes sense...the more you workout and eat the better your body comp gets. But should one train through soreness in the beggining?
I'm usually a bit sore the day after a leg workout, so should I just push through and do some HITT or something anyway? Or what about on a day when a do a morning workout...will I be compromising mass if I do HITT or some other aerobics in the afternoon?
Is it okay to be perpetually sore...will you still be gaining mass or does that mean that you're overtrainig? I've recently switched to 4 days a week lifting, 3 off. That would make for only about 3 hours of lifting a week plus maybe one 30 min session of HITT...that falls way short of the minimal 6-7 hours Berardi recommends.
Should I cut out some weights in favor of more aerobics? My friend recently gained 20 lbs just running an hour 6 days a week and doing a light full-body workout 2 times per week and she didn't even go up one waist size...she is incredibly lean. I on the other hand also gained about 20 lbs but I went up from a 25 in waist to 27 or 28. (I'm female) Should I reconsider and cut out so much weights and cross over to more aerobics or should I keep the weights, add the aerobics and just always be sore?