How Many Days Can You Miss Exercise
Consistency is key when it comes to exercise and fitness progress.
Missing just one or two workouts can lead to a decrease in strength and endurance.
After two weeks of no exercise, you may start to experience a decline in cardiovascular fitness.
Muscle mass can start to decrease after three weeks of no exercise.
The longer you go without exercise, the harder it becomes to get back into a routine.
It's important to listen to your body and take rest days when needed, but try not to go more than two days in a row without exercise.
If you do need to take a break from exercise, focus on maintaining a healthy diet and staying active in other ways.