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What happens to your body when you stop exercising?


when you stop exercising your body
starts to lose the benefits you’ve gained through training very very
quickly this effect is known as De- training every major system within your
body is effective with exercise and likewise are impacted significantly when
you stop training these are some of the effects you will experience within three
to four weeks of D-training your brain might start to change exercise improves
the blood flow going to the hippocampus hippocampus is the part of the brain
associated with memory and emotion with the lack of exercise you may experience
mood swings of brain fog and even depression at least 150 minutes of
moderate-intensity exercise a week or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity exercise a
week is recommended to maintain health and prevent depression you may gain fat
all else being equal meaning you’ve made no other changes to your diet or
lifestyle with a cessation of exercise you are bound to gain some weight your body now has a surplus of calories
that used to burn through your workout and these extra calories will be
converted into fat and as a result you may experience some weight gain endurance takes a nosedive within two to
four weeks your vo2 max level can drop up to 20% which means your body’s
ability to utilize oxygen during intense workout drops significantly you will
find yourself out of breath when climbing a flight of stairs or if you
were able to run 5k in 20 minutes you will now need an additional four to five
minutes or even longer to finish the same run blood pressure and glucose
individuals on early stages of hypertension and diabetes and who are
diagnosed with these conditions may experience significant changes in their
blood pressure and glucose levels I study found that a mere two weeks of
exercise hiatus was enough to wipe out about half the insulin benefits gained
through eight months long aerobics and resistance training program muscle and
strength within three to four weeks you will experience a decrease in muscle
strength and tissue as your muscle cells become smaller you will find it
difficult to perform the same number of reps with the weights you used to so
don’t just quit altogether have your rest days but then make an effort to go
back quitting is simply not an option

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