yes the extra weight you gained is just muscle...
your legs are burning fat and gaining muscle. you'll lose size in your thighs and whatnot, but the "weight" you're gaining is muscle (which weighs much more than fat). try not to judge your body by the number displayed on the scale. try measuring your thighs once a month or something. i promise they'll get smaller, and then they might actually grow in size a little but they will be toned and firm
Running and swimming.
Are you running enough? If not, I recommend you start running, that will help you loose weight.
Any aerobic exercise combined with a sensible diet can help lose weight.
Running will produce faster weight loss than sit ups. Cardio is the best option for burning calories and losing weight, this is why running is better.
Impossible, actually. Once you're anorexic you are going to keep losing weight, until you are the most anorexic you can be, and then you'll eventually die. Why would you want to be anorexic without losing weight? Isn't that the whole POINT of anorexia?
You get stronger leg muscles along with slowly losing weight.
They are in common because when you have lots of protein in your body it gives you the energy to exercise which helps you lose weight.
not nessessarily. You can be losing weight and gaining muscle. :) :) :) :) :)
There is no patron saint of losing weight.
how is respiration important in losing weight
Losing weight and sweating can be symptoms of a larger issue, but no, losing weight will not automatically cause sweating.
As a matter of fact, swimming may be better than running because it has less impact on joints and more of the body is used for swimming than running.