Dude, it's counterproductive to not take a rest. And, you're in Brooklyn
Google "overtraining". There's a few good articles on bodybuilding dot com.
If you have weight goals like I do, I strongly recommendHydrostatic body comp testing when starting out and to check your progress.
In a tank of warm water, they can deduct the weight of your body, which sinks against your dry weight. Fat floats. My wet weight was 6.94lbs. They are able to calculate that I am carrying 47.85lbs of fat. 21%.
Youtube search for videos of the actual process.
You will burn fat faster if you build muscle mass. But, you have to anticipate the typical bathroom scale is ill equipped to accurately measure body composition.
I get really motivated sometimes and help someone move or run a 10K on a weekend. I won't see the fruits of that labor for at least two or three days on the scale.
I definitely don't step on the scale unless I've done a #1 and #2 on the toilet after a cup of coffee and right after I wake in the morning.
Last, diet makes the difference. It sucks. But, it does.