New Study Finds Exercising Could Make You Gain Weight

Researchers at ASU found that while some women lost weight after introducing aerobic exercise, others actually gained fat.
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A surprising new study about some people struggle to lose weight more than others. Some gain weight while exercising. It's in the New York times. Researchers at Arizona state university asked women to walk on treadmills and not to change their eating habits. And at the end of the experiment, they were fitter, but heavier, gaining fat, not mus. What? That's the surprising thing. Some continued to lose weight. The takeaway, if you don't notice change after four weeks, look at your diet. Exercise is essential, but you have to change your diet. 80% food, 20% exercise. That's how you change the number on the scale. Yeah. That's happened to me. If you don't change the diet. I put on weight last summer. I was like, what's happen. I was working out so much. And you are hungry, you want to eat more. And you think you can because you're working out. Yep. So -- Good tips.

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