You are probably sick of hearing about how important it is for your long-term health to combine a healthy diet with a regular workout plan. This healthy lifestyle campaign to which we have been exposed in recent years (mainly through Instagram #fitness #gymlife #nopainnogain) motivated many people to buy a gym subscription and start taking care of their bodies.
And that’s a wonderful thing. Some even became kind of addicted to exercising and the visible results it had on their appearance and energy throughout the day. But exercising too much and in the wrong way may do you more harm than good.
We all have that friend that all of a sudden became a fitness expert after intensive 2-hour research on Google. They bought a kitchen scale to weigh all their food, they keep track of all calories in a cool fitness app, have a cabinet full of workout supplements, developed a workout plan (exercising twice a day), etc.
While all this may end up working great, there are a few dangers of over-exercising. Let’s see seven signs that may indicate that you need to lower your exercising frequency or intensity.