Ultimately, if you gain weight, it means you take in more calories than your burn off. It could be that what you consider exercise is not be rigorous enough to burn fat (sweating doesn't mean you are burning fat) or that your workouts are too short to burn fat (20 minute minimum on the treadmill, for example), or maybe you eat/drink too much of the wrong things at the wrong times...etc.
Well, everyone has a diet. If you don't, that means you're not eating at all. But if you mean can you lose weight by only adding exercise and not changing your dietary habits, then yes, you can. To lose weight, you must burn more calories than you consume. If previously, you were not gaining weight, and you increase your calories burned through exercise and don't change your diet to compensate, then you will lose weight. Often, people will add exercise when they didn't previously, but still not lose weight because without noticing, they have also begun to eat more because they feel hungrier due to the exercise. By monitoring both your caloric intake and your exercise, by holding the intake constant while increasing exercise, you will lose weight.
If you mean "weight", eat less calories and exercise.
high metabolism or low-calorie diet accompanied by exercise - could also be a serious thyroid condition
well any exercise will cause a muscle to grow stronger but if you mean to gain volume then you want to do anaerobic exercise (less reps more weight)
what do you mean by getting thicker? you mean putting on weight,if it is , yes one can , provide they take proper diet, and regular exercise.
You're gaining weight... so if you do not like it exercise, or eat healthier.
what the term exercise mean
It depends what you mean by side effects. However a balanced diet and proper exercise is the best way for a normal person to gain weight
Depends how tall you are and how big your bones are.
Whether a person regains weight lost through surgery depends on a number of factors, but if there is no significant change in diet and exercise habits then, yes, over time the person is much more likely to regain the weight they had lost.
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exercise book mean exercice du livre