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How out of shape are you going to get if you stop working out for a few days? Maybe you’re traveling, it’s Christmas, there’s a lot going on and you can’t get your regular workouts in. It’s so common for us to think, “Man, I missed a full week workouts so now I’m so far behind and it’s going to be so much work to get it all back.” Instead of panicking and getting discouraged, let me tell you some of the myths and facts about what happens when you take a few days off.
I’m sure you want to take a few days off from your regular workouts, but you might also be afraid that you’ll lose what you’ve gained.
You basically want to know “how out of shape am I going to get if I stop working out for a few days.”
I want you to be confident and be at peace when you have a few off days (rather than that nasty thought in the back of your mind that “I’m losing everything I worked for”.) It’s so common for us to think, “Man, I missed a full week workouts so now I’m so far behind and it’s going to be so much work to get back.” Once again, your mind is playing tricks on you, and this is just not the case.
When you take time off from training and your body begins to lose ground, this is called Deconditioning.
When you stop working out, what are you going to lose? And what’s the order that you lose it?
The degree to which you get out of shape is totally dependent on a couple things:
My advice for you if you’re going to take a week off or even two:
Several times a year, I’ll take a full week or so off from my regular workouts - it’s usually for a family vacation.
The big takeaway that I want you to get from this is that it’s ok to take some time off. Don’t panic. You’re not going to lose that much and you’re definitely not going to go back to zero. That thinking is usually what makes that one week off turn into two, three, four… you start to think that you’ve lost so much, that you’ll have to start over. So you put off the starting over until the timing feels right.
Instead, enjoy your time off, stay moving, do some stuff that feels good for your body, and pick right back up where you left off when you can.
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