I have a question and hope someone can help -- I am generally fit and in good health (by no means skinny). I use to jog daily. I stick to a low carb (lean protein/vegetables) diet. I am 5'7 and usually flex between 135-139 pounds. I recently started an intense cardio kickboxing class which I LOVE. I go 3-4 times per week. Its an hour long class and it is super intense and works me out unbelievably. Ive been going for about 5 weeks now. My quesiton is -- why why why am I not only *not* losing weight.. but I've gained 3 pounds! I did not join this class to lose weight -- I joined for the natural endorphins from exercise -- but I certainly dont want to gian weight.. My diet has not changed. The only difference is this class. Im discouraged and don't know if I should quit the class and go back to jogging or what.. But I do enjoy it.. so Im stuck. Does anyone know why this could happen??
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