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We know that regular exercise is essential to a healthy life.

And the key phrase here is regular.

And the other word to put with regular is moderate.

Most experts generally agree optimal health comes from a balanced diet and 60 minutes of moderate daily exercise/activity.

Being healthy doesn’t mean bingeing on exercise.

Just like bingeing on anything else, taking exercise to the extreme can bring serious health issues.

Yes – something that sounds good for you is actually bad for you!

Binge exercising means working out to the point of extreme fatigue or lifting weights that aren’t suitable for your strength/power and here are the negative effects of doing so:

1. You Are at Risk of Injury

Binge exercise can lead to an increased risk of injury compared to normal periods of moderate physical activity.

Even if you want to continue to push yourself physically, you need to listen to your body and respect that it needs rest to be able to perform to its best ability.

Pushing too hard when you have not had time to recover can lead to muscle tears, stress fractures and overall fatigue.

Binge Exercising Can Cause Binge Eating