It is a common mistake to overestimate calories burned during exercise and overcompensate by eating too much.
Unfortunately, this makes it easier for the back and neck to overcompensate during abdominal exercise.
Many people estimate high and overcompensate by eating more food than the calories burned in exercise.
While exercise can play a key role in weight loss, it is important to note that many people overestimate exercise's role in weight loss and overcompensate by eating too much.
People often tend to grossly overestimate the calories burned during exercise and overcompensate by eating more calories because they think that they can.
Exercise helps burn more calories, but don't overcompensate by eating more.
In many cases, they will overcompensate for a weak abdominal region.