Some people hate to exercise while others push themselves too hard and work out every single day. Too much physical training can take a toll on your physical and mental health, so if you happen to notice one of these signs maybe it’s time to take a short break from exercising.
Prolonged Muscle Soreness
Constant soreness usually means that you’re not giving your muscles enough time to recover in between your trainings. So if your muscles are sore for more than three days, make sure to rest for two or three days until they recover.
Taking a short break from exercising is not the end of the world. If you don’t feel motivated to work out, it’s better to take some time off than to force yourself and ultimately grow to hate it.
You’re Tired or Moody
You remember how a good workout is supposed to make you feel great. If this is not the case and you feel tired and nervous after training, then you’re probably pushing yourself too hard.
Exercising Every Day
Your body needs time to recover in between trainings and if you don’t give it any time to rest, that will inevitably reflect on your mood, health, and performance. So unless you’re a professional athlete, there’s no need to exercise every single day.