It is muscle gains, if exercise is new to you. The leg muscles are some of the biggest in the body, and can offset weight loss temporarily. Do measurements, but as long as you know the diet is the same as it was when you were losing before, just be patient. In a few weeks, the muscle will have adapted to the extra exercise, and stop growing when you do the same amount of exercise. Then you will continue losing fat, because of your calorie deficit, and it will show up on the scale.
The only thing I have to wonder is if you were already losing steadily on your diet, or if you started both at the same time. Sometimes we do 2 things, and when we get no results, have no idea which one is a problem. It could be the diet if you weren't losing beforehand.
Exercise is a poor instrument for weight loss, most often just causes temporary weight loss due to sweating ( water weight loss ), which disappears later when you either drink more, or eat because you are hungry from working out.
So keep exercising, which is never a bad thing, but do that for muscle gains, and cardiovascular benefit, and not weight loss.
If you continue to see no weight loss, or can't see a reduction in measurements, then you need to look at your diet, since that is how you lose weight. Give it a few more weeks though. Hopefully, it is just muscle gains, which happens whenever we start exercising
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