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Will I lose weight if I start exercising without changing my diet?

I don’t know if I can handle too many changes at once just yet. It seems logical that I’d lose weight just through exercise (I plan to make dietary changes in a few weeks). But will that work in practicality?

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11 Responses to “Will I lose weight if I start exercising without changing my diet?”

  1. Lost~ said :

    yes.. your body will start to tone up a bit:).

  2. Mad Spinach said :

    yes you can lose weight by exercise alone. You will probably find that you’ll drop some weight fast and then gain some weight back (no worries though, it’s all muscles) and then continue to burn fat.

  3. Alex said :

    in simple biology the quickest way to lose weight is to stop eating carbohydrate and suger. as this is what your body needs to make energy, when you dont eat any then your body uses a store of it in your liver, and when that runs dry, your body uses up all the fat. its so simple, just no pasta/bread/cereal.

  4. themanwithnoplan1515 said :

    Depending on what you’re eating yes or no. If the amount you exercise burns more than you take in – then yes, you will loose weight.

    It’s can’t get any simpler than that! 🙂

    There are websites to count calories and such.

  5. Down To The Point said :

    I am not sure what your diet is but exercising a bit can only help!

  6. Momperson said :

    The short answer is yes. Exercise burns calories. Calories are taken in by eating and drinking foods/drinks that are not calorie free (like water). We burn calories by exercise and simply by breathing, heart beating, etc. When we take in more calories than we burn off, we store the extra calories as fat. If your weight is stable right now, and you do more exercise than you have been doing and if don’t eat more food because the extra exercise makes you hungrier than usual, you will start burning the calories needed by using the stored fat. You will lose weight. If you do a lot of exercise your body will also start building muscle tissue. Muscle tissue weighs more than fat, so you will see the little arrow on your scale start to go up again. But your measurements should go down except around where you are building muscles. For instance, your pants may get too loose around the waist, but your shirt sleeves may get too tight all the while your scale may creep up a bit. You exercise, burn calories, lose weight, lose stored fat around your waist, build muscles in your biceps. Etc. Starting by a moderate, sustained increase in exercise but keeping your food intake the same should equal weight loss over time.

  7. odj_ldj said :

    Yes ut if you really want to lose some weiht take a look at the following reviews, I have lost up to today 60 lbs in 50 days:

  8. Lm said :

    Have clear motivations
    Write down your reasons for wanting to lose weight. Having clearly identified reasons helps your feeling of commitment. Try to include reasons that aren’t just about appearance, for example, ‘will help me feel fit enough to do more of the things of I want to do’ or ‘will help my back pain’. Looking back on them can also be a very useful motivator if the going gets tough.

  9. Nhv said :

    To refuel during and after exercise, add 5-10 grams of a special sugar called D-Ribose to your drinking water. It has a zero glycemic index (actually less than zero — it lowers sugar), increased energy an average of 45% in a study I recently published, and prevents post exercise soreness.

  10. SalvadorD said :

    Yes, you will probably lose some weight if you exercise, but a healthy diet is really the foundation of any workout plan. The reason is because you have to think of food as fuel for your body and just as you would put high quality fuel in an expensive sports car, you want to put the best food in your body. Nutritionally dense foods such as fruits and veggies will give your body what it needs to make your workouts better and your entire lifestyle better.

    And if you want to work on your abs and tone up your midsection abd learn more about eating a good diet, the video below has some good info:

  11. Mike said :

    Yeah, you can. If the exercise causes you to burn more calories than you need to maintain.

    The combination of diet + exercise will yield the best success.


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