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glee12 glee12 13-15 9 Answers Jan 16, 2013 in Health

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It's not the weight that is the problem. It's the fat. If you exercise, you will gain muscle and bone mass. These are good things. If you also eat appropriately, you will also lose fat. The net change may be a gain in weight, especially because you are still growing, but you will like the results.

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muscle increases the amount of fat you can burn within a time frame. Activity increases the the number dramatically. SO,

a muscular person who has duff sat for a few years, has a metabolism below someone who jogs regularly, or does something high impact

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Muscle actually weighs more than fat. You have to drink plenty of water, eat sensibly and exercise to loose weight.

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Muscle weighs more than fat so it may seem like you are getting no where at first....measure your waist

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This is complex. If you gain muscle you may maintain weight as muscle will weight more than the fat, and replace it as it goes away.

Cardio, may not increase muscle but it will burn calories that decrease fat.

How ever you need to do at least a 20 minute cardio workout before you will even begin to burn any fat.

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not only that ^^ but muscle weighs more than fat...

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you gain muscle you gain weight

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