For the last 2 months I've been going to the gym a lot and running a lot too. I've been eating healthy too (or so it seems). I've been trying to lean down and lose ten pounds while being muscular at the same time (I'm not fat I'd just rather be skinny/muscular built). But I haven't been able to lose weight at all and I'm at almost 20 pounds more than I was just like 7 months ago. Now I definitely have added a lot of muscle mass and slimmed down a little but at the same time I'm just like...bulky as fuck and it's bothering me. I've been drinking large protein shakes and after I workout I feel that I need more and more protein. Now I'm starting to think maybe I've been lacking in carbs after my workouts and it's not the lack of protein that's making me feel fatigued and maybe it's the carbs? And maybe drinking so many protein shakes has made me bulky and added fat along with the muscle too that it's suppose to add. Today I tried eating more carbs and less protein after my workout and I feel good. Do you think that this is definitely my problem and if I continue to do this I'll be able to get rid of that weight that I want to lose? I mean it doesn't even seem like I'm eating too much. Like I'll run like 7 miles a week, walk 15 miles a week and workout at the gym 3 times a week, while doing ab workouts and maybe pushups 2 other days a week and not even eat a ridiculous amount in terms of calories and fat calories and I still don't lose any weight at all. It's frustrating because I was 20 pounds less when I was already full grown not too long ago. So you think I've found my problem? Like idk it might seem obvious but I just wanna run the ideas by some other people before I conclude that this is completely my problem. Thanks.