In many of your latest youtube videos posted, you have touched quite a bit on HIIT and how it is much better that LISS.
Among the things that I seem to notice, the one challenge is both muscle loss, and also interference.
After having looked at a few studies( Unfortunately, I don't have the links for them), it seemed to me that most of what was being studied was basically endurance athletes. Most of the time I think of LISS, I am thinking of basically a brisk walk to walking on a slight incline while I am watching a movie on netflix or something, still able to maintain a convo, HR around 130, and I am getting the picture that the studies were NOT done on that type of cardio, rather something closer to MISS, like going for a jog.
It seems to me that IN ADDITION to HIIT, it should be fine to do plenty of this kind of calorie burning, as it helps increase metabolic capacity?, and I can eat more food while dieting.
I am not calling you out, man, just looking for some clarification. This, of course, is open to anyone else that may be able to help me out with this dilemma.