Our expert says:
It may help. I mean, the important thing is to get the training in, and adding weight will change the intensity but that may have a relatively small impact compared to the overall impact of doing the necessary training.
So keep doing what you are, and perhaps try the weights one or two days a week and see what it feels like. If you feel that they're adding to the workload and that you can manage it, then keep going, no harm. If it feels like it's not doing anything, then maybe practically it's best not to use them, but obviously there's not a lot to lose from adding them in!
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