Can I Gain Weight Without Eating More?
Yes. You can gain weight simply by reducing the amount of exercise you take.
For example, if you normally walk for 30 minutes/day – which burns about 150 calories – but then quit without reducing your calorie intake, you will be using about 1050 fewer calories a week.
This will lead to a weight gain of about 1 pound per month or 12 pounds during the year.