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Have you ever had a situation where you stop going to the gym at once and gain back all that weight you’ve lost??
Well, not necessary. There are several factors to be considered in this scenario.
Firstly, let me tell you the basics of gaining weight.
Look, there is a mechanism called Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) in your body. We all need to understand that our body requires energy for its internal processes such as digestion, breathing, blood circulation, muscle contraction, brain and nerve activities, etc.
Thereby, your body is consuming calories while you rest. Interesting Right?!
Therefore if the amount of calories if you consume is more than the amount of calories that is used by the body ie, your RMR+ The energy spend on your daily activities, then you are likely to put on weight and vice versa. Got it?
Whereas if you concentrate on controlling your calories while not working out, you will not gain weight.
Weight loss is not a rocket science people!
But I would like to focus your attention into several other factors.
Studies show that there is an average reduction in VO2 levels to 11.3% if you stop your workouts.
Bottom line: According to fitness experts, taking a break for 3-4 days maximum is completely fine. That is your necessary recovery. You have complete right to it. We are human beings and not any supernatural force! We need a break. C’mon everyone deserve a vacation. But extending your vacation might prove to be disastrous. So, don’t be lazy for too long. Gain all your strength and motivation and hit your workout sessions with all your might and soul.
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