It is commonly known that exercise accelerates a diet’s progress.
If you are eating a lot of very concentrated calories from sugar based foods, exercise immediately after can burn off the calories so they don't get stored on your body.
The pitfall is that large amounts of exercise can cause the muscles to develop and become larger. Once the diet has succeeded, and the dieter wishes to resume their normal lifestyle, these larger muscles may turn to fat when the same level of exercise is not continued.
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