If you are not a fan of exercise and training, lead a sedentary lifestyle, rarely take more than 500 steps a day, work mostly sitting down, use transport or a car, you should know that this approach to your he alth is not is no good.
The less you move, the higher your risk of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory disease and musculoskeletal problems. All of these affect overall he alth and reduce life expectancy.
What exactly happens in the body if you don't work out and do no exercise?
Lack of movement makes blood circulation difficult. Conversely, when you exercise regularly or do even small exercises, blood circulation improves. This supplies organs and tissues with oxygen and nutrients, reducing the risk of disease and gaining excess weight.
The more you move, the more calories you burn. This contributes to weight control. Lack of movement and enough exercise can lead to weight gain. If you exercise regularly and tighten your muscles, your body will burn more calories even in a relaxed state.
The processing and absorption of carbohydrates, their breakdown into sugars and glucose, depends to a large extent on lifestyle. The more you move, the better the body absorbs and breaks down sugars, using them for energy.If you lead a sedentary lifestyle, the risk of diabetes increases because of potentially impaired carbohydrate absorption.
Strength training, as well as cardio, strengthens bones and improves their density. This makes them less prone to breaks and fractures. Regular exercise makes bones stronger.
Lack of Endurance
Exercise and training develop endurance. This will help you not to get out of breath, have more energy, overcome distances and climb, long walking without getting tired so easily. The more often and regularly you exercise, the more you develop your endurance. This will help you in every activity of daily life.
Lack of flexibility
Most people don't place much importance on flexibility. They believe that it is important only for athletes, dancers, people who are engaged in professions related to body movements.This is not the case at all. The more developed the flexibility of the body, joints, tendons, muscles, the easier every movement becomes and the lower the risk of trauma and injury.