Our expert says:
Fatty tissue can be distributed all over the body and collect in the so-called fat depots, like the stomach, hips, etc. Doing aerobic exercise should cause weight loss by using up some of the fat so that you should see a decrease in cm. However, if you are doing muscle building exercises, they could make your muscles increase in size and even cause bulging like often happens with extreme body builders. However, I doubt that 3 weeks of training could have such an effect. Take your measurements and check them once a week to see if you are actually reducing. If not, then discuss this with your trainer (that is after all what trainers are for) and possibly change over to aerobic fat-burning exercises. You also say that you have been eating correctly, but if your energy intake has been increased by using large quantities of high-energy body building supplements, then you may be gaining weight, not losing it.
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