The more you exercise, the more you need to eat to support that exercise.
Update your fitness goals today to reflect the amount of activity you're actually doing (estimated calorie burn per week is best) and SP will adjust your ranges accordingly if needed.
Our bodies don't work on 1 hour cycles. Work today must be paid for from the bank you built yesterday, and if you didn't eat enough to fuel today's workout, you're going to be hungry tomorrow. :)
Eat enough to support your activity level, includes lots of protein and fat (and complex carbs) and you'll do better.You don't have a Sparkpage, and so no shared trackers, so we can't comment on what you're actually eating, but it sounds to me like you haven't changed your eating plan even though you started working out more.
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