Our expert says:
How long have you been doing it for? It does sometimes take a while, because there's a "barrier" to fitness that first must be overcome, and then you gain muscle mass and lose fat mass and sometimes don't see progress.
I'm not sure what you're doing in the training, but if you are just doing cardio, then you're doing the right kinds of things, so I suspect it just needs more time.
On the note of diet, that's a big factor. Skipping meals rarely helps, and eating less doesn't help either. So you might well look at your diet, and means to eat MORE during the day, but in smaller portions. I'd see a dietician about this if possible.
Otherwise, it's just time and continued effort, because you're on the right track, you just need time now.
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