Our expert says:
Very difficult one. It's hard to say without even more detail on your training programme. it sounds pretty decent, and everything you've said is probably what I would say if i didn't know anything.
One thing is that it might be that three months of training has seen you increase your muscle mass, which means your weight won't go down, even though you've lost a lot of fat mass. That's a real possibility. The fact that you are feeling better and stronger is a great sign - if you continue to get fitter, and continue to enjoy the training, then the scale and all the other numbers will take care of themselves.
in terms of what you can still look at - consider the diet. I know you say you eat well, but how do you know that? Has it been checked out by a dietician, and are you keeping a food diary of what you eat during each day? It is difficult to believe, but often people who train eat a lot more than they realise.
So just keep at it, give it more time, considering it's those stubborn areas, and address the possibilities that it's diet, or related to an increase in muscle mass.
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