No, no, no.
This topic comes up every few days.
Cardio is essential to good health, staying lean, and your ability to train with intensity. Steady state cardio (like running for hours) is hard on you (impacts) and will simply burn too many calories and setups the chemical processes that will limit sarcoplasmic hypertrophy. DO HIIT, instead. You MUST do cardio for good health. HIIT preserves more LBM, increases cardiac threshold / trains your heart, and causes more fat loss. PROVEN.
There are a gazillion articles in magazines, articles, here and bodybuilding.com, etc, ad nauseam, at your fingertips.
Small meals often with moderate protein, moderate carbs, and moderate to low fats are how you do it.
You don't over train.
You eat more calories than you consume.
That's all there is to it.
You have to learn to research this on your own. Your body isn't like mine. E.g., I've been training 39 years, and my recovery is excellent. I do lots of volume; I eat like a pig.