Realistically, it is very difficult to adhere to exercising as it requires will and dedication. On the other hand, it is very easy to stop your routine workout and continue your life like the majority of people. Sudden stopping your exercise routine has negative changes besides the beginning of weight gain.
DECREASE Of STRENGTH RATE AND MUSCLES SHRINKAGE:
When a person stop the regular workout, the body begins to lose strength and muscles especially if the workout included weight lifting and a routine schedule. A2010 study published by a body training magazine showed that those who train at a high level lose small percentage of body strength if they stop their workout for 5 weeks and it continues to decline if the workout interruption continues.
Positively, one does not have to start workout from the beginning if you stop your exercises for a long or short period.
Studies showed that when beginners start body building, their strength increased 46./. In the first 2 months. Then after stopping for 2 months their strength loss was only 23./. Which is 50./. Of the gain.
DECREASE OF BODY SHAPE
Stopping workout results in decreasing resistance, energy and total body strength. Studies showed that 5-10./. Of body shape is lost within 4 weeks of workout stopping.
WEIGHT GAIN RELATED TO STOPPING WORKOUT:
Most people start a workout routine to lose weight and build muscles. Thus, it is to be expected the reverse to happen when workout stops without diet adjustment. A2010 study showed that athletes on high training routine increased their fat ratio after stopping their workout 5 weeks.
Therefore, one should evaluate their caloric intake when stopping the workout as less will be needed by the body.
ELEVATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE.4
It is well known that exercising helps in lowering blood pressure. Thus, it is not unusual for the blood pressure to rise when stopping Exercising.
Flowerer, we are not starting that one will have blood pressure elevation if you stop exercising but that other factors such as smoking and alcohol may leads to elevate the blood pressure.