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Since muscle weighs more than fat, you could maintain or even gain weight while still slimming down. However, since you noted that you "started" working out, it is probably way too soon to be obsessing over your weight. Weight fluctuates up and down on a daily basis, even hourly. If it hasn't even been a month since you started working out then it is definitely way too soon to be worrying about the number on the scale.Long distance running is infamous for reducing muscle so if you are really that concerned, then add long distance running to your exercise routine.
You're probably gaining muscles.
if you want to lose muscle then do on like 1 hour steady paced runs/jogs for the same amount or more days you lift weights.muscles are heavier than fat, if you lift weights you need to stop relying on the scales and build your body visually by looking at yourself in the mirror
Muscles weigh more than fat. You may even gain weight as you replace fat with muscles. You shouldn't stop.
if you stop working out your muscle will become fat... best to look more closely at your diet and keep up the exercise i think. also drinking coffee before a workout can triple your calorie burn rate
The purpose of lifting weights is to gain muscle.If you wanna lose fat then start dieting and running.
Muscles are more dense than fat, it's normal to gain weight. Don't worry.
You eat back what you're burning
muscles weigh more than fat...
no keep it up :)
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