Most adults begin an exercise program for one main reason: to lose weight. However, this is not always what happens once they start working out consistently. In fact, I would go as far as to say that adults who lose weight after they start exercising are in the minority. Most people remain stagnant, or even gain weight!
Has this happened to you? What’s the reason for this? Is the exercise itself causing weight gain? If it is, then there’s the question of whether it is “bad” weight or “good” weight.
But first, let’s get to the bottom of this and figure out why people who take specific action to lose weight are experiencing the opposite results.
To learn the answer, check out the video below!