I’ve been running five miles a day, six days a week. Why am I gaining weight? The answer may be simpler that you thought according to this review of multiple weight-loss studies. You could be both the problem and solution to your own battle of the bulge. Find out what to change to avoid this issue here.
- sedentary people who start exercising lose far less weight than would be expected, given how many calories they burn while working out.
- exercise makes us want to eat. simultaneously, many of us move less on days when we exercise, studies show. eat more move less
- exercise and restrict their calorie intake, they drop pounds — and in fact often lose more weight than by dieting alone.
“A surprisingly large number of people who begin an exercise program subsequently pack on extra pounds.”