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20 Apr 16
I’m doing ADF and last week I did Cardio HIIT on one of my fast days and it was all good. Today I did Resistance HIIT and I’m STARVING. I’ve also got light headed a few times. I’m not sure what the difference is that’s causing more hunger with Resistance but I won’t be doing that again.
6 Jun 17
Interesting. I am the other way round. I can use the weights when fasting but run out of steam when doing cardio.
8 Jun 17
I don’t notice much, if any, difference doing either HIIT or regular cardio/weight training on FDs vs NFDs. Hydration may be an issue if you feel faint – BP drop?
I can do either in a fasted state but recovery after weights is much better if I have a high protein meal after working out
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