Our expert says:
It's difficult, if not impossible to say what it is for sure. It will require some investigative work on your part, because something has changed to cause weight gain. The plateau you reached is normal, that happens to most people, so it's quite normal. But to have then gained weight means that either you decreased your exercise or have begun to eat more than before.
The other thing that is not clear is whether you stopped for a while then started again, because then weight gain is quite normal, because you increase muscle mass. Also, it may be that your training is causing the problem because you are changing it around so much, and perhaps you have focused more on the weight training in the last few weeks? It's difficult to day. Another factor is your current weight - perhaps you actually don't have weight to lose anymore?
But I think that a talk with a consultant will help, and I'm curious to hear what is said. But my advice is that you should be aiming for cardio training and consistency is the key - you need to do that regularly and often, and just stick at it. But if you change things around a lot, then it can produce problems.
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