I have a small query..
I'm really not used to exercise :P I have a trampoline in my back garden and I do 15 minutes a day, but I find it easier to eat less than to exercise.
I have just re-joined weight watchers, and its only my first week, so I havent even weighed in twice yet :P
Today my nan asked if i'd like to go on a 'little walk'. We walked about 3 miles ... about 60 minutes, and near the end I was nearly collapsing with exhaustion!
I'm worried that my body will expect me to do this every week to lose weight, and if I dont do this every week, I wont lose weight.
It'll be hard to tell how the exercise has affected my weight loss because this is my first week, and I wont weigh in to see any difference from my start weight until Tuesday.
Does anybody know the facts on this, and whether or not your body can become dependant on exercise for losing weight? Will I still lose weight if I dont do tht much exercise again?
Or will this extra exercise just help me to lose more weight than I expect this week, and be back to wht is expected of just limited calories the next week I weigh in?
Thank you, I hope i've explained myself ok!