Our expert says:
I think diet is the crucial ingredient in weight loss, and as much as I believe exercise helps, when people are actually in the process of trying to lose weight, it's diet that makes the biggest impact.
So I would keep going with exercise, understand that you're on a long-term plan here. Your exercise plan so far is find - you're doing the right things, you're building up. Over time, you'll need to add days, maybe get up to 5 days a week, and maybe start doing some outdoor walking for an hour, 90 minutes on weekends. But that's all OK.
The biggest difference is going to come from matching your training to your diet, because you can train 3 hours a day an not lose weight until you change the diet in such a way as to consistently consume less than you burn.
So my advice is to see a dietician, and build on exercise while you follow an eating plan.
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