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If you have been running about 15 miles a week for one week is it common to gain some weight at first but eventually start losing weight?

11/29 13:14:26

If you have been running about 15 miles a week for one week is it common to gain some weight at first but eventually start losing weight?


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
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