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    Importance of physical fitness

    Regular exercise and physical activity promotes strong muscles and bones. It improves respiratory, cardiovascular health, and overall health. Staying active can also help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and reduce your risk for some cancers.

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    Absolutely. Exercise is extremely important.

    The toughest part about covid-19 is dealing with these lockdowns. I had a really solid routine for gym and this pandemic and the lockdowns in Canada have ruined it for me. It will take me a couple years to recover from this.
    Everyone has the right to be stupid. Some people abuse the privilege - Joseph Stallin.

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      #3
      Originally posted by yaasir View Post
      Absolutely. Exercise is extremely important.

      The toughest part about covid-19 is dealing with these lockdowns. I had a really solid routine for gym and this pandemic and the lockdowns in Canada have ruined it for me. It will take me a couple years to recover from this.
      Couple years to recover?

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        #4
        Originally posted by Sajalina View Post

        Couple years to recover?
        I gain weight really fast & lose weight very slowly. I will lose about 3-4 pounds very easily & then it takes a lot of effort & diet control for me to lose weight. My unhealthy eating habits & being a night owl doesn't help things .

        Having said that, after the first 3 months of lockdown in my city, it took me about 6 months to get back to my pre lockdown weight. This current lockdown is most probably going to last about 2 months... so I might have exaggerated a bit by saying a couple years.

        But then again, it also depends on the fact if I start working again. I was able to get back into prime shape in 6 months because I was not working & I was going to the gym 6 days a week & spending 2-3 hours at the gym for the last part of that 6 month period.

        Gladly, even though I have gained a few pounds in this current lockdown, I'm not obese or fat by any means. It's just that I'm used to being in good shape all my life & I started going to the gym regularly when I was 18 & I'm 34 now...so I've gotten used to that lifestyle.
        Everyone has the right to be stupid. Some people abuse the privilege - Joseph Stallin.

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          #5
          Originally posted by yaasir View Post

          I gain weight really fast & lose weight very slowly. I will lose about 3-4 pounds very easily & then it takes a lot of effort & diet control for me to lose weight. My unhealthy eating habits & being a night owl doesn't help things .

          Having said that, after the first 3 months of lockdown in my city, it took me about 6 months to get back to my pre lockdown weight. This current lockdown is most probably going to last about 2 months... so I might have exaggerated a bit by saying a couple years.

          But then again, it also depends on the fact if I start working again. I was able to get back into prime shape in 6 months because I was not working & I was going to the gym 6 days a week & spending 2-3 hours at the gym for the last part of that 6 month period.

          Gladly, even though I have gained a few pounds in this current lockdown, I'm not obese or fat by any means. It's just that I'm used to being in good shape all my life & I started going to the gym regularly when I was 18 & I'm 34 now...so I've gotten used to that lifestyle.

          lol, thanks for the detailed clarification and good luck, you got this!

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          • yaasir
            yaasir commented
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            Thank You

          #6
          I am glad that people have begun to understand the benefits of sports.

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