What happens to our bodies if we don't exercise

Jaipur, India
September 13, 2017 3:19am CST
We are all taught since our childhood that exercise is very good for our health. But if we all actually doing it? As a result, these people end up screwing up their health and only take to exercising when a doctor warns them. But have you ever thought what happens when we you do not exercise? The lesser the activity, the slower the metabolism, increase in fat mass,Sluggish brain response and weaker muscles and bones.
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@resukill22 (3249)
13 Sep
I think our body will become weak.
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@jstory07 (57646)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Sep
Very weak.
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13 Sep
@just4him (82348)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
13 Sep
Yes, that is definitely what happens when you don't exercise.
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@jstory07 (57646)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Sep
You become lazy and are unable to move around like you should. You need to exercise to stay physically fit.
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@jaiho2009 (39084)
• Philippines
13 Sep
I agree, without exercise our health will be compromised. I am a gym person but I keep myself moving all the time by doing household chores and also a home exercise like watching Zumba on YouTube thrice or twice a week.
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• India
23 Sep
When we don't do exercise, we become more fat and lethargic...
@velvet53 (15042)
• Palisade, Colorado
15 Sep
I used to exercise all the time then I quit. I am paying for it now.
@prashu228 (18848)
• India
13 Sep
We become weak, ..and all sorts of diseases attack
@Athinker (1445)
13 Sep
If we eating and not exercising then we become fatty or weak
@Abbey8 (13)
13 Sep
It is very tiring to exercise but I always walk and I guess walking is also another type of exercise so maybe that's enough or should I do more?
@YrNemo (4185)
13 Sep
I pointed this out to some male teenagers, and they told me, 'haven't you noticed that all nerds tend to be taller than the ones who exercise like mad?' I give up!
@ilocosboy (25547)
• Philippines
13 Sep
Then you feel like rusted like metal
@yanzalong (5918)
• Indonesia
13 Sep
Especially your heart muscle will experience atrophy, thus the ability to pump blood is weaker. This is shown by the higher beat of your heart when walking or moving. Other bodily organs will also be weaker more fat accumulation which will finally block the artery.
@acelawrites (9989)
• Philippines
13 Sep
We really need to exercise daily; make a lot of movements instead of always sitting or lying down.