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Old 04-17-2010, 08:05 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by sneezingstardust View Post
Thing is, I usually don't weight train until about 8-9 hours after my HIIT session, so I have plenty of time to rest up/take a nap/drink some coffee, and my weights aren't really affected.

I could try experimenting, but for example yesterday I trained hamstrings pretty hard...and this morning I'm sore as an ulcer, and I can't imagine doing any HIIT today.
Since weights aren't affected, I think muscle will remain unless you're on a crazy low-cal diet. But, you never know. Each of us is different.
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