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if you're athletic most of your life then suddenly you stop doing any kind of exercise, what happens?

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Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 00:31
The same thing happens that happens to non-athletic people that don't exercise - muscles atrophy. If his eating habits remain the same as they were when exercising then he will gain weight (fat). Muscle cells cannot turn into fat cells. . .
Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 01:34
Slowly become a fatso. You are the most athletic you'll ever be in your mid teens. Your heart and lungs are disproportionally large, it's like having a suped-up engine. You have a more efficient metabolism, more will and more capacity to learn than you'll ever have again in your life. Yet we tell them to sit down and shut up and they sit home and text, go into cubical jobs and die fat piles of death by age 35. If you stop running, death catches up.

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