So, this is not bad the the muscle mass to eat 30/45 minutes after the wake-up ? (I ask that because I read that the first thing to do, right after the wake-up, is to eat, in order to stop the catabolism) [/quote]
If you have a MAG-10 pulse upon waking up you will prevent any possible catabolism, MAG-10 actually creates an anabolic response because it elevated the blood amino acid level super fast.
If you don’t have it and just go fasted, yeah, you might suffer a small amount of catabolism.
Can we do 3 conditioning sessions and 4 sessions/week of walking (https://www.T-Nation.com/training/get-ripped-get-walking) ? [/quote]
Walking causes zero stress on the body, so I wouldn’t expect it to hurt in any way or form. As for 3 conditioning sessions per week, that is normally doable by most people but obviously it depends on the severity of those session, on the rest of your training volume and your level of dietary intake. I’d start at two for 2 weeks to see how your body respond then go from there.
If I want to do my abs, it’s better to do then after the walking day or the condition day (or it doesn’t matter)[/quote]
It doesn’t matter.
To finish, there is no one problem to perform conditioning 2/3 times a week, regarding the cortisol production, which can disturb the muscle recovery ?
Cortisol is not an evil hormone. Cortisol that stays elevated throughout the day is a problem, but acute elevation due to training aren’t an issue. If 2-3 conditioning sessions a week were a problem, every single high level athlete would have no muscle.