A 1997 study done by British researchers (and similar other studies) demonstrated that exercise was found to curb hunger cravings.
However, folks tend to still eat more after exercising, sometimes as much as two or three times the amount.
Researchers have suggested that by counting the calories that exercise has burned up has an opposite effect, and the weight loss benefits disappear.
It appears folks subconsciously allow calories burned as an avenue to allow them more food choices.
Perhaps, a better method to aid in losing weight is to calculate calories on a weekly level or not at all.
When exercising, the focus should be thought of as a fun activity versus an opportunity to count calories.
Also, use strength training if focusing on weight loss.
The trainers at Michael’s Body Scenes can help create an individual program for you.