No, not at all. Recovery is extremely important for muscle growth.
When you lift weights, you're essentially creating microscopic tears in your muscle fibers. During your rest periods, your brain sends a signal to repair those fibers and build your muscles to better handle the activity that caused the damage. Without food and rest, your body won't have the opportunity to repair itself and grow.
Strength training all week without a break is counterintuitive, even for professionals. Always incorporate at least 1-2 rest days during the week. Otherwise, muscle mass development becomes stagnant, and risk of injury increases.