Not to sound like Captain Obvious, but if you’re going hard in the gym every day, your body is going to need more calories. And it’s possible you’re burning more than you think—even if you’re doing strength training without any cardio. When you add mass, that muscle forces your body to burn more calories—even while you’re not actively working out, explains Nolan.
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