Hey people, I'm starting a new cutting up cycle, currently @ 15% BF, weight around 185 lbs, hoping to get down to 11% in a couple of months. Here come the questions: First off, last time around I burned myself out by doing HIIT cardio first thing in the morning. If I were to do lower intensity cardio for 30 minutes around 4 times a week, would it produce the same results as intense, short sessions of HIIT 3 times a week? Another cardio question: if you eat most (if not all) of your daily carbs during the first two meals of the day, and do your HST workout in between them, would you reap at least some of the benefits of empty glycogen cardio if you did your cardio on the same day, later in the evening once your muscles aren't as saturated with glycogen any longer? And also, is the muscle loss that accompanies low intesity cardio really as pronounced as it's cracked up to be, or is it an exaggeration? Second, another mistake I made during my last cutting up phase was that I took in too many calories from bad carbs during my once a week refeed days, only to discover that they aren't necessary at all unless your BF is extremely low. However, would it still be beneficial to take in, say a few hundred extra cals from good carbs once a week later in the cycle if you plan on cutting the carbs more aggressively? Third, should you consume less post workout carbs when cutting up? I'm assuming it is a double edged sword, since it can lead to impaired insulin sensitivity (which is what will happen to some degree anyway since you're cutting down on the carbs). Thanks in advance for any input.