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Exercising Too Much Will Stall Your Weight Loss and Even Make You Gain Weight - Here's How

Have you heard of adrenal fatigue? It happens when you work out too much - and it can seriously hinder your physical goals, as well as your health itself. "Exercising at a high intensity for an extended period of time, especially in addition to the stress of work, life, relationships, and body image, can throw you into adrenal fatigue," warned personal trainer and injury-prevention specialist Liz Letchford, MS, ATC.
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