posted on Aug, 21 2014 @ 02:23 PM
I don't know what your metabolism is like but if it was like mine was back in my college days, it may be having trouble adjusting to your new
training regime, too.
When I was a freshman athlete in college, I started training for track and field as a multi-event/middle distance/sprint athlete. My body did not
adjust well. By the time I was in the spring competition season, I still weighed in just under 120 lbs with a body fat of just above 5 BMI (which is
way, way low for women) at height of 5' 8". I was devouring, no joke, as many as three or more heaped plates of food at lunch and dinner with second
helpings of dessert on top of them, and I was still losing weight and hungry all the time.
Like I said - my metabolism did not adjust well that first year.
So, I'd keep an eye on things, and if you don't find an equilibrium soon, especially if you really start losing weight on top of eating what seems
like an unreasonable amount to keep it on, I'd think about getting it checked out.