I'm currently doing a carb-cycling diet with the goal of losing about a lb a week. Just came back from a deployment and my bulking/cutting diet cycle timing is all outta wack so I started cutting early. Anyways I feel as though I'm making gains while leaning out...def getting stronger for sure. I want to increase my training frequency and right now I train twice a day at about 45min each...heavy/intense at the gym in the morning and pretty light in the afternoon with whatever weights/bands I have at home, 2 days on 1 day off for a 9-day split. I do HIIT on my off days.
Basically my question is this, I want to up my frequency further but I don't want to burn out. Is neural charging something you do everyday, does your body get "used" to it like it does caffeine - as dumb as that sounds? I really want to up my training to 6 days a week and do 2 intense sessions at the gym without worrying about burning out. Obv cuz of being on a low(er) caloric diet I risk burning out easily...so I don't want to just randomly do it without knowing before hand, and I'll prob be consuming close to 4k cals as opposed to 3000-3500 I do now.
I used to do a quick 3-5min barbell complex HIIT session to "charge"/wake me up back before I knew about neural charging or the CNS, the energy I had was ridiculous back then. But this was when I was bulking