Our expert says:
Given the 9 months, you probably should expect to have lost some weight. Often, people don't lose weight int he first two or three months, but then start after that, so the time is not a consideraiton here.
It's a difficult one though, because the elements of your training programme are in place and so on paper, you should be seeing results.
The question is - are you getting fitter? Are you lifting heavier weights, or doing more reps and sets now than you were nine months ago? Are you running or cycling further and faster than in November last year? If not, then that's your problem - you're actually not adapting to the training, and you need to relook at it, probably with some assistance from a biokineticist, because the problem lies in the details, not the principles.
If you are getting fitter, then look at the diet, because that's crucial and eating sensibly is great, but is it possible that little things, like details such as timing of meals, ratios of foods, is causing your problem?
That would be my guess, actually, and so I'd suggest seeing a dietician about it. But fitness, and diet, are always key guides, and unfortunately, the problem often lies in the details.
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