YES.. aerobic/cardio/oxidative promotes fat storage and release of insulin/glucocorticoids.
glucocorticoids-inhibits or retards amino acid incorporation into proteins,maintains normal blood sugar level, conserves glucose and promotes fat storage.
You want to train in the glycogen-anaerboic and anaerobic atp-cp energy systems.
This is why cardio freaks never lose fat ,yes they do lose weight from water and muscle but not from fat.
Muscle consumes the most amount of calories therefore the body goes after them first when doing cardio/oxidative workouts.
atp-cp/anaerobic lasts about 10 seconds then the glycogen/anaerobic system kicks in and lasts about 30-50 secs.
same concept for doing high reps low weight to get ripped. (also a myth!!!) cause it will work you into the glycogen/aerobic system which is greater than 2 mins of time.
I've been talking about this for quite sometime on here but people still insist that ''cardio'' burns fat ..again which is a myth
hope this helps