If you do cardio, do you expend less calories in the rest of your day to compensate?

People use cardio as a means of losing weight or lowering body fat but if you do cardio does it actually make you eat more to compensate?

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Online Physiotherapy

Put simply this is Physio done via either telephone or video over the internet. Skype and facetime are examples of this.

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